Summit Trend in the News: Dying Well

How the Death Positive Movement Is Coming to LifeHealthline
From joining “coffin clubs” to downloading apps such as WeCroak, which pings you five times a day reminding you that you will die, more people are living their best life by embracing death. And this new death-positive mindset isn’t just some smiley face substitute for grief; it’s important.

Learn to Talk about Death over DinnerCalgary Herald
Death Over Dinner is a nonprofit that helps people host their own “death dinners” with family and friends to discuss their end-of-life wishes and to have open, meaningful conversations on the topic. Since launching, more than 100,000 death dinners have been held around the world.

Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? How Caitin Doughty Teaches Kids about DeathThe Guardian
Caitlin Doughty, the millennial death acceptance activist and educator, undertaker, and Internet star, most famous for her YouTube channel Ask a Mortician, has a new book answering kids’ questions about mortality and explains why we shouldn’t fear talking about it.

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