How can a conversation about mortality enrich your life?

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Even before the pandemic overturned what I thought of as “normal,” I took a class about death, and I found that it changed the way I viewed life. I took another class after that one, surprised by how the discussions about dying seemed to open so much about living. A few more trainings down the road, and here I am —excited to be working with all kinds of people through Best Life Best Death, which features: 

Read on, because the fascinating truth is, when we think about our mortality — we find out what matters most and that changes how we live.

Diane

“People who are willing to contemplate their aging, vulnerability, and mortality often live better lives in old age and illness, and experience better deaths, than those who don’t.”
—Katy Butler, The Art of Dying Well

Check out the latest podcast episodes here:

#107 This Conversation is for All of Us: Suicide - Cait Maddan, Death Doula/Educator with a Focus in Suicide Care and Conversations

#107 This Conversation is for All of Us: Suicide - Cait Maddan, Death Doula/Educator with a Focus in Suicide Care and Conversations

Starting with material from her digital workbook called “How to Live with Suicidal Ideations,” Cait and I discuss how to…
#106 Dignity Day: The Experience of Choosing Medical Aid in Dying for Individuals and Families — Gabby Jimenez — Hospice Nurse, Doula and End of Life Educator

#106 Dignity Day: The Experience of Choosing Medical Aid in Dying for Individuals and Families — Gabby Jimenez — Hospice Nurse, Doula and End of Life Educator

Hospice Nurse and dynamic educator, Gabby Jimenez shares thoughts from her latest book, “⁠Dignity Day: A guidebook for anyone searching…
#105 We Will All Be Called to Care for Someone at the End of Life - Suzanne O'Brien RN

#105 We Will All Be Called to Care for Someone at the End of Life - Suzanne O'Brien RN

Founder of of the Doulagivers Institute, one of the largest doula training institutes in the US, Suzanne O’Brien RN shares…

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