Death Cafe profile for EastKentPopUp
A lively discussion between 14 attendees at our first event. We talked about assisted dying; talking to children about death and the importance of clarity in the language we use; having a terminal illness and the comfort of having a friend who you can be really open with and talk to; we talked about the connection strangers can have after they've experienced a shared trauma; we talked about dying of a broken heart when couples die very quickly one after the other; we talked about the grieving experience after losing a parent and how it can change you as a person.
Some attendees said they were skeptical ...
With Susan Clinch, Deborah Nash & Rebekah Lamplough
Oct. 16, 2018, 7.30 p.m. - 9.00 p.m. (United Kingdom)
The East Kent Death Cafe Pop-Up hosts friendly and informal discussions on topics that are a natural part of the lifecycle - death, dying, bereavement and grief, some of our biggest ...