840 Willow Rd Ste M, Northbrook, IL
In a culture that doesn’t honor grief, here’s a chance to discuss the impact after a death.
Death Cafe - Now in Northbrook!
Monday April 28, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM CDT
Whole Foods, Northbrook, IL
At Death Cafes people come together in a relaxed, safe setting to discuss death, drink tea and eat yummy cake. We think this is a great way to spend some time and we're keen to support people to do it. Learn more at the international website.
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Death Café offers you the opportunity to explore topics like:
• What do you consider a “good” death?
• What’s on your “before I die” list?
• How do you open a discussion about final wishes with your family?
• Whose death affected you the most and why?
• How do you convince others to respect your grief?
• Does faith help or complicate your attitude towards death?
• What would you like your legacy to be?
• Can you plan a fun funeral?
“I loved hearing everyone's views and ideas about death - I heard a lot of things I never considered before."
"Really gets you thinking, which I think is really the point. Thank you!”
“Loved this! Sometimes I think it's easier to talk about this topic with complete strangers, which I think can help open the door to talk about it with family and friends.”
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.
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