WHAT: Unique conversations facilitated by Full Circle of Living and Dying, End-of-Life Doulas - Via Zoom.
WHEN: March 17, 2022 6:30pm -8:00 PM
Registration is now open via Eventbrite
This is a free event. Pre-Register here
A Zoom Link on event day:
This session limited to 20 participants.
Free event. Donations happily accepted!
Full Circle of Living and Dying
Nevada County’s local end of life non-profit 501(c)(3) organization is honored to present a Death Conversation to shift our cultural tendency from being death-phobic toward embracing death as a meaningful life transition.
These sessions will meet each 3rd Thursday of the month at 1:00 pm PST, for an open conversation. We will gather on zoom and reflect on a question or two about death in a safe and supportive zoom call guided by Living Room Conversations agreements and format. Facilitated by end-of-life doulas. Come to one session or every month!
This is not a grief group or therapy session.
This Month's topic:
Pregnancy Loss, Infant Death & Culture
Parents who experience pregnancy loss need nurture, connection and community and may find themselves alone at this most tender time. When we do not recognize this type of death and dismiss a woman’s loss and empty arms, her grief is disenfranchised and unsupported.
This March event (6:30 pm PST) will include guest speaker Jia Christopher’s sharing about her daughter Neve who died May 21, 2019 in the womb at 37 weeks and her family’s openness about the process which allowed their friends to more easily speak to them about the tragedy and help them through it.
There will be information about the Caring Cradle and Cuddle Cut now available in Nevada County. An informal discussion around assisting, supporting, and interacting with grieving families will follow. We will share tools to guide families as they make memories, grieve, and find remembrance and healing.