From blogs, videos, podcasts and interviews, here you'll find resources that answer your questions about being an end-of-life doula.
We each have a very interesting place in our community. There are many strong, beautiful people that are the go-to person for their community who join me in my program. Most share with me that our program transforms them, enabling them to teach and guide more confidently in their tribe. Together, we are an unbeatable match.
My particular gift is empowering others to serve their communities better; that's why people study with me in our CareDoula School of Accompanying the Dying. We help them bring the best to their own circles of influence. Read part of Melissa’s story, in her own words below. You can read her full story here as published by The Elephant Journal: article, "When Death Came to Dinner & Taught Me How to Live."
.When Death came to dinner last February, I had no idea how we would dance together in a tango of give and take.I have given Death my attention, my devotion, and my respect. I have learned not to fear his arrival, but to prepare for it and welcome his embrace when my time comes as well.