Use These 3 Questions to Talk About Death
We should talk more about death.
Because it helps us better plan for it and do it with more dignity.
See more notes at Being Mortal by Atul Gawande.
One way to talk about death is with these ‘simple’ questions, preferably over dinner:
- Has anyone died in your family?
- How did that make you feel?
- How do you want to have your death experience to be?
PT231 – Dr. Hassan Tetteh – Human Care Over Health Care – Starting at 29min
- Conversation with perfect strangers, now still friends with the people
- Liked that it was with perfect strangers, being able to be open and have a deep conversation
What happens when death is what’s for dinner? – TEDMED talk
I Have Died Many Times – CGP Grey
Of people who want to die at home, only a third do (25% instead of 75%). Or 20-80% from here.
Another way of looking at death, looking at our history, is that we die many times. Our lives are ever evolving and we are not the person we were a few years ago. This will probably deserve its own page sometime.