About this Death Cafe
Now more then ever we need to discuss ideas and experiences about life and death ...to ease the isolation,and fear that many people find when trying to talk about death
The Cafes provide a safe place to share,listen and explore in a friendly group ...you may want to talk,listen or both ....
The Cafe is not a bereavement or therapy group ( so may nof be suitable for newly bereaved ) but values everyone's ideas and experiences
It is not depressing and most people feel a sense of relief as they are able to articulate ideas and feelings that society sometimes struggles with
We also share " virtual cake " ...it's important ...everyone can bring a cuppa and a slice of cake!
About Mary and Adela
Mary has run the Bristol Death Cafe for 3 years and has worked with young children and now the elderly and is interested in palliative care after being a full time carer for a parent for 13 years .
Adela is an events co ordinator manager at central Bristol Victorian Cemetery,active in promoting,developing and encouraging events that explain and explore our cultural and historical attitudes to death and dying .
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