End of Life Planning Seminar

End of Life Planning Offered in two weekends by Margo Chamberlain

Let’s look at the very important (not yet urgent, but very important) issues around our own goodbyes. It’s a difficult conversation and when done in a small group of people who are similarly motivated, it can be one of the most fulfilling conversations of our lives.

You will gather all the information (and you’d be surprised what is included) needed for your own death certificate. You will get clearer about the disposition of your body; you will write your own obituary and a legacy letter. We will talk about wills and powers of attorney and what to do with our stuff before our families are saddled with it. We will inquire into grief and grieving. Best of all, this conversation is likely to interrupt the denial we may have about our own death.

We will meet four times for three hours each to read, discuss and to really truly no kidding begin making your end of life plans. Plans that are written down and on paper (or electronic) and which can be handed to the people who will be carrying them out.

Required reading:

Gail Rubin’s A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die. (You can buy it through my website, www.margochamberlain.com if you wish.)


When: Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13, 2016 from 9a.m. to noon AND Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20, 2016 from 9a.m. to noon

Where: 1109 Jefferson St. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108

What’s next?

1.) Register by emailing chamberlain.margo@gmail.com. I will get back with you right away to confirm.

2.) Order the book right away. I will touch in with you closer to our start to give you a reading assignment to be completed before our first meeting.

Margo Chamberlain has offered End of Life Planning many times. She is an accomplished facilitator of groups and has a particular interest in addressing endings, especially our own deaths. Please see her website www.margochamberlain.com for more information about her.

Expressions of appreciation will be invited at the fourth session. The group is limited to 8 participants.