Death Dialogue

Death Dialogue

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Permission to be human

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Death is not a dirty word.

I'm TALKING ABOUT IT WITH MY LATEsT PROJECT
CALLED 'CONVERSATIONS I WISH I HAD'. JOIN ME?


WHAT people are saying about conversations i wish i had


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Podcast Interview:
Women on the Road

Morgan Brown currently lives in a vintage VW van, and she has a lot to say about death, dying, and loss. At the age of 22, her mom was killed in a car accident, and since then she’s been looking for ways to give people permission to share their hard stories. Because everyone has them. And because they matter.

 

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HEY, I'M MORGAN

 

I started Death Dialogue after my mom's sudden death as a place to talk about death and dying in a world that doesn’t.
 

Here we choose: community over isolation, messiness over numbness, expression over suppression, and dialogue over silence.

We approach this conversation with honesty and vulnerability-- no bullshit, no sugarcoating.
 

Here you have permission to be human in all of its glory and especially all of its mess--welcome.


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