Grief Dialogues Partners
Speaking of Dying – This 30-minute film shines a gentle, bright light on dying and opens conversations about resources and planning. Screenings with presentation and Q & A are currently available throughout the Puget Sound area.
Speaking of Dying Workshops – Facilitated 4-session workshops engage participants in the challenges and resources necessary to plan for a peaceful and meaningful death. In the process they become comfortable speaking openly about their own wishes. More information to schedule a screening or workshop is available on our website. Call 206 985 0400 or email email@example.com a schedule of fees.
Charter for Compassion International provides an umbrella for people to engage in collaborative partnerships worldwide.
The Grief Dialogues is proud to be an Arts Partner of the Charter for Compassion.
We believe that a compassionate world is a peaceful world.
We believe that a compassionate world is possible when every man, woman and child treats others as they wish to be treated–with dignity, equity and respect.
We believe that all human beings are born with the capacity for compassion, and that it must be cultivated for human beings to survive and thrive.
Join to make compassion a clear, luminous and dynamic force in our polarized world. Embrace the compassion revolution.
Our mission is to gather family & friends to support each other after the death of a loved one. We make it easy for your community to support you. Set up a free obituary in 30 seconds. Quickly & easily share event details with everyone. Crowdfund for funeral expenses or charity. Create groups to coordinate logistics (food, ceremony, etc.).
Grief Dialogues is an educational and informational community and not meant to diagnose or act as medical treatment. Professional support services based on life and grief coaching practices for moving forward after loss may be offered. If you are experiencing serious suicidal thoughts that you cannot control, please stop now and telephone 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)