Jan 24, 2018
Fellow grief millennial Morgan Brown was frustrated with people's responses to her grief over her mom's sudden death. She channeled her frustration into regular blog posts that became the foundation for Death Dialogue—her ongoing art installations, workshops, and conversations about death with people who are still living... and her encouragement of conversations on life with those who have died. We're talking about her popular touring phone booth project called "Conversations I Wish I Had" and how frustration with others' grief coping skills can be channeled into fuel to connect with others. Also this week, I'm talking about giving ourselves permission to miss someone no matter how long they've been gone, how long your relationship lasted, or the type of relationship you had.
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