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Life Death Whatever

I follow @lifedeathwhat on instagram and below is what you’ll find on the website. Discussions around death.

#LifeDeathWhatever is an initiative to redesign the dialogue around death and dying, to open it up and to find new approaches to this important subject.

From the site Life Death Whatever

We believe:

  • Death is a normal part of life.  Acknowledging and accepting that one day we will die is key to living a full life.  It’s as simple and as complicated as that!
  • Death and dying isn’t a gloomy or taboo subject.  Talking about death and dying can be life-affirming and life-enhancing.
  • Death and dying belong to everyone.
  • It’s essential to create links between communities involved in end-of-life care.  Opportunities are currently being missed.
  • There is a way of approaching death and dying that can genuinely engage the public and transform society’s relationship with death.

 

Instagrammers who talk about death, grief, loss and trauma

instagram logoBarbara Hopkinson @onajourneytonormal abetterflysjourney.org

Ophelia Rigualt @coach_ophelia www.vopheliarigualt.com grief coach

@griefsupport graciegarcia0619.wordpress.com 

Wendy Clough @unintentional_survivor  wendycloughonline.com

@lifedeathwhat Life Death Whatever

Anna Lyons louise@lifedeathwhatever.com and anna@lifedeathwhatever.com

Louise Winter  Poetic Endings

@theydidntdie  Obituary Euphemisms for Died

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