Understanding death and learning about what happens when you die is at the crux of our mission. Here are a few key resources for you to delve deeper into topics such as the dying process, the funeral industry, dealing with tragedy, hospice care, and more. We hope to help bring the death conversation back into everyday life in order to live fully.
TalkDeath.com features their 7 top death films.
While death in the 20th/21st centuries has often been relegated to the realm of our private lives, never meant for public display, cinema has acted as the mirror to the realities of our desire to make death known to us.
If you are trying to plan what will happen after your loved one dies, or you are simply interested in different ways to relate to bodies after death, take a look at these helpful reads:
- We often talk about normalizing death, but what about grief? This New Yorker article about our Western culture of grief helps us consider how grief can fit (or not) into our lives.
What do you say to someone when they have lost a loved one? Here are a few helpful hints when it comes to offering your support.