Learn how The Death Deck helps people have important and necessary conversations about death and dying.
My guests today are the co-creators of The Death Deck, a card game to help inspire conversations about death, dying and grief. Lisa Pahl LCSW is a Hospice Social Worker and ER Crisis Interventionist. Lori LoCicero is a writer and entrepreneur and runs a website to help others travel their paths through difficulty. Together they will share why they decided to create The Death Deck, how it can be used, and why conversations about death matter. Learn more about The Death Deck at the website:
This episode includes:
- What The Death Deck offers and how it helps inspire conversations about death
- Why it’s important to talk about death, dying and grief
- How Lori feels she and her husband would have benefitted from talking about these issues before he became ill
- New version (The EOL Deck) coming soon to help people who are facing terminal illness or at the end of life
- Creative ideas for using The Death Deck in various situations
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