Gloucester pop-up death café: Fear of dying, how you live is how you die, and the need for clear language by doctors

The tenth pop-up death café on Mystic Moon took place in sight of two magnificent tall ships currently being refurbished in Gloucester docks. Similar to all the previous pop-up death cafes, we spoke about a  variety of topics. So this is an overview of what we talked about. Our café started with one of the … More Gloucester pop-up death café: Fear of dying, how you live is how you die, and the need for clear language by doctors

Conversations with Parents, Romanticised Eulogies, and Talking About Stillbirth

This pop-up was requested by four psychotherapists, three of whom were about to enter their final year of training. What a delightfully enthusiastic group. The trainees came with paper and pen, ready to take notes, but these were soon cast aside as they opened up to their own personal experiences of death and dying. We … More Conversations with Parents, Romanticised Eulogies, and Talking About Stillbirth