How the Shock of Death Turned Into Something Entirely Different
Nearly a week now. I can’t believe he is actually DEAD. Can that really have happened to him? I’m so afraid of being on my own, rattling around in this house, terrified of the emptiness. Maybe that’s how Philip felt about death, terrified of the emptiness. He didn’t have a choice, he had to go into the emptiness. I have lots of choices, because I am still alive. So if he can do it, so can I.
What do you do at a Death Cafe? That’s often the first question folk ask when they hear about Death Cafes. See our natty ’10 Facts About a Death Cafe’ graphic that tells you in simple terms what you do at a Death Cafe.
Our Death Cafe for Dying Matters Awareness Week on 23 May 2015 is sold out… as reported (ish) in The Sun by Christine Lavelle.
If you want to engage others in thinking and talking about end of life planning, try a bit of Fling-O-Bingo to get the wheels oiled. We use this as a way of talking about key documents next of kin will need. We first used it at the Ideal Death Show in 2013. You can use it too […]
The Digital Death Survey 2014 asks questions about what happens to our online life after death.
Launched by DeadSocial at Dying Matters Awareness Week, the survey runs till 30 June 2014 then findings will published and be made available free.
A Diealog discussion event – part of Dying Matters Awareness Week.
A Diealog Death Cafe for Dying Matters Awareness Week.
How do you go on living after the sudden death of your partner? Caroline Brown generously shares her recent personal experience and shows us one way of coping.
A Diealog storytelling event for Dying Matters Awareness Week.
Westmill Woodland Burial Ground host this Death Cafe for Dying Matters Awareness Week in Swindon. Free but please book.
To mark Dying Matters Awareness Week with its #yodo theme (You Only Die Once), Final Fling urges you to Take 5. With a simple 5 minutes you can make big inroads into starting end of life plans. You might even find you enjoy it!