Death and Dying Meetups

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This is a group for people who want to spend more time in the glorious cemeteries in the Baltimore area. Depending on who wants to meet up---I can think of a million things we could do! We could take documentary pictures, arty pictures, look for part

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Foolish Mortals
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you dealing with difficult times? (And who isn't at times, that's called life!) You don't have to go through it alone! We offer peer to peer support groups for Grief, PTSD, Divorce and more. Whether it's talking about your situation with other partic

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It's not everyday that you hear about such a thing as a "Death Café."  So, what in the world is it? Well, I think, appropriately, the Death Cafe folks put it best.  On their website, they say, "At Death Cafés, people come together in a relaxed and sa

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1. The group and discussions are led by Arvind Agrawal (PhD, MBA) who is author of upcoming books (Happy Departures and Career Management in Knowledge Society) and MOOC. He is a Social Entrepreneur, Self-awareness Coach and Academician. 2. The Group

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addwit
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To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.

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The three most universal and prevalent questions worldwide are 1) what is the meaning of life? 2) what is my purpose? 3) what happens when we die? The last question causes the most fear. However, it's only because we know so little about it and, quit

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Wisdom lovers
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Here's an opportunity to engage informally in group discussions about death and dying.  There is no agenda.  According to standard protocol, sessions are held at venues where food (a dessert in this case) is available and consumed as part of the expe

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Death is one of life's major passages. Since few of us know when it will happen, this monthly meet-up is for all of us. Let's get together for lunch and discuss death. Sessions will include a variety of speakers, thought-inspiring activities, interac

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Smart Seniors
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Come and Join us on a journey of discovering new and unique ways to help cancer or hospice patients, mental illness, depression, and more. Learn about a new documentary being released soon. In the early ’70s, psilocybin and many other drugs known as

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Psilocybin Supporters
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At a Death Café people come together in a relaxed and safe setting to discuss death, drink tea and eat delicious cake. The objective of Death Café is “To increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.

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August 28, 2015

We are a group of long-time hospice volunteers who are interested in normalizing the conversation about death and dying. In service of this aspiration, we have been putting on Death Cafe's in the Eugene/Springfield area regularly for the last few yea

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Death Cafe participants
August 16, 2015

This is a Death Cafe group (see deathcafe.com): At the meeting we'll provide an open, respectful and confidential space for people to discuss death. Let's get together and discuss death comfortably and without expectations. There are no hierarchies.­

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August 7, 2015

There are two things we share without question as human beings; the cycles of birth & death. It is impossible for one to exist without the other. Embracing and preparing for our inevitable death no matter what stage of life we're in help diminish the

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Art of Dying
August 3, 2015

Those who are ready to start the conversation regarding "death". How to talk to family and friends and most of all children about death, and how you want to be remembered.

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July 27, 2015

This meet up is for curious explorers of death and grief. You maybe interested in your mortality, have experienced the death of a loved one or maybe you are just drawn to exploring this fundamental topic for us all. This group is for curious explorer

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July 21, 2015

"An unprocessed life is not worth living" was really meant to say "an unphotographed and uncelebrated life will be unnecessarily understated or overlooked "!  Take charge! Celebrate the YOU that only YOU know!  Boost your self-esteem for the rest of

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June 30, 2015

This group is for people who would like autonomy over how they die.  Our focus is to examine end of life issues and how persons in chronic pain and end of life stages can best achieve a peaceful exit from this life. We offer a supportive community in

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June 4, 2015

1. The group and discussions are led by Arvind Agrawal (PhD, MBA) who is author of upcoming books (Happy Departures and Career Management in Knowledge Society) and MOOC. He is a Social Entrepreneur, Self-awareness Coach and Academician. 2. The Group

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addwit
May 31, 2015

Texas Death With Dignity Group advocates for end of life options for the terminally ill in support of an aid in dying statute in Texas. Cindy Merrill and Penny Shelfer co-founded Texas Death With Dignity in 2013. They advocate in support of Death Wit

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May 19, 2015

www.goingwithgrace.com Lets get together to contemplate the reality of your body's inevitable death. In 2 hours, we will create a safe environment for you to explore your deepest attachments and significance. We will consider the dynamics of relation

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Brave Souls
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