There is a lot more to death than dying. There is grief, but also logistics and planning. How and where does one die? What do we do with our loved one's possessions? How do we put all of our finances in order, either through pre-planning, or after a death has occurred?
This is where someone like Alua Arthur comes in. As an end of life support and planning specialist, death doula, and attorney, Alua is on the front lines helping the dying and bereaved through every step of the process, relieving the burden that can come with death.
For our next #TalkDeath episode we are speaking with Alua Arthur about end of life planning, support, working as a death doula, helping people be at peace in life, and learning to live life to its fullest. Want to know what to do with your loved one's possessions? Want to learn how to help someone make an end-of-life plan, or curious about how to put your own affairs in order?
Ask Alua your questions in the comments below, on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter with #talkdeath.
Who is Alua?
Alua Arthur is the Founder and Executive Director of Going with Grace, an end of life organization, which exists to support people as they answer the question “What must I do to be at peace with myself so I may live presently and die peacefully?”
As a death doula and attorney, the perspective Alua has gained from her unique 15 year career allows her to help her clients and audiences focus on the practical and emotional needs while contemplating the end of life. She has created and facilitated dozens of unique workshops to explore topics in end of life planning and inspired living. Going with Grace also trains people interested in providing end of life support services in both professional and personal settings.
Alua is a thought leader in the field, tirelessly committed to bringing awareness to death and dying, and consequently increasing joy in life and living.
You can learn more about Alua, and Going With Grace by visiting their website here.