About this Death Cafe
This is an LGBTQ-safe, pressure-free space for anyone who wants to come and listen/talk about death and dying. Talking about death has been taboo for too long. When we shy away from the conversation out of fear, we miss so much of value. Bring your favorite beverage and a snack if you like. Dogs, cats, other house pets, plants, spouses, pet rocks, and talismans are all welcome to join you in your camera space. (Bonus points if you have a guinea pig. I have a soft spot for those little squirts.)
If you are expecting a seance or something, you will be highly disappointed. If you'd like to share a favorite quotation or short poem about mortality, that would be lovely. Death Cafe is not a beareavement support group or grief counseling.
I hope you will join us to create a unique platform for deeper conversation about the one aspect of humanity we all share.
Register for the Death Cafe by copying and pasting the link below into your browser. On the Bookings page, select the date (September 16th) and click 7:00 pm, and fill out the form at the bottom.
Space is limited, so register soon!
About Mailey E. McLaughlin, M.Ed
I am The Pooch Professor in Atlanta, GA. I've been helping dogs with people problems for over 3 decades, and I've always had a desire to open up the conversation about death, as well. Dogs live in the moment, and I'm a firm believer that the present is a space we humans should seek to inhabit more often.
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