Talking about talking about death. A movement unto itself.

In 1969, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler- Ross’ groundbreaking book “On Death and Dying” was released amidst a flurry of praise garnished with gener- ous portion of harsh criticism. She felt the need to begin the dis- cussion of death that no one was having, and 40 years later, we find ourselves in that same position.

Michael Hebb, founder of “Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Death,” concurs. “It’s a myth that people don’t want to have a conversation about choices available to them at end of life. They simply may not know how to get the conversation started or may not have been given invitation,” he said.  Continue Reading USA TODAY Feature Here… 

October 4th, 2013