Talking about your own mortality or that of a loved one can feel intrusive, uncomfortable, and even a little superstitious. Yet, the avoidance of explicitly talking about death leaves us unprepared for the event itself. In this workshop, we'll explore why talking about death is talking about life —hopes, fears, uncertainty, imagination, legacy, connection, responsibility, love — and why it's a conversation that shouldn't be avoided.
I'll be discussing this month's newsletter: What Death Can Teach Us About Life
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