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As co-founder of The Death Doula Network of BC I am pleased to offer you access to membership. Our mission at DDNBC is to create a safe space to create a personal connection, get curious, explore and learn about death, dying and life, too. As well as gain the support you need to grow yourself, your business and the world.
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THE DEATH DECK - HAVE FUN WITH SOME TABOO TALK!
The Death Deck has everything you need for a fun and memorable night of lively conversations with friends or family.
You think you know your friends and family, right? But do you know their thoughts on the most universal yet rarely talked about topic of all?
Players of THE DEATH DECK partner up to guess answers to deep, funny and sometimes weird questions on the topic of Death.
7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death -
Our goal is to transform end-of-life planning into a rich opportunity for your personal growth and community connections. We want you to check things off your to-do list and we want you to learn, grow and even find joy in the process.
Getting clear and communicating your priorities and wishes about your health and personal care, your legacy and after-death care planning as well as how you’ll be remembered, will foster your peace of mind and go a long way toward reducing anxiety, regret, and conflict.
When you consciously contemplate and connect with others around the reality of your mortality, it will change how you die—and how you live, right here, right now, and for the rest of your life.
There’s a lot of talk these days about the importance of preparing for your someday, one-day inevitable death, while you’re still healthy enough to do that. Whether you’re thinking about your own end-of-life planning or the death of someone in your life, it really helps to talk about it first!
For guidance on how to have successful EOL planning conversations, use this 8-page, fillable tool to set your intention, identify your concerns, create context and explain the importance of your conversation and finally, reflect.
.There is a tremendous amount of fear and grief in our world right now—whether it's loss, illness, the trip you cancelled, the job you’re suddenly not working at, the outings and events you can no longer go to, or the loss of your previous ‘normal’ life. So what can you do? Trust that you're not alone, be with the scope of emotions, sensations and thoughts you are experiencing and connect with who and what matter most. Exploring the reality of your mortality and making sense of life and death is a concrete, conscious act of self-care. Your mortality is an opportunity in disguise. Promise.