Cafe setting helps people talk about a difficult issue

04/9/2013 | USA Today

Hospice social worker Lizzy Miles has brought to the U.S. the concept of "death cafes," a movement that began in England as a way for people to come together for discussions about issues including advance directives and funeral arrangements. The casual meetings at coffee shops or restaurants are hosted by clergy or social workers, and Miles says they are "a place to talk about the issues surrounding death while drinking tea and eating delicious cake."

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