Caitlin doughty ask a mortician

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Caitlin Doughty (Author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes)

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Fans of "Ask a Mortician" have told Doughty they were shamed for wanting to view the corpse of someone they lost.
Caitlin Doughty

A Good Place: The YouTube mortician who taught me not to fear death

Redwood Library will re-open Monday 7 October. If Caitlin Doughty had her way, we'd all be dealing with death very differently. Mortician and author of Smoke Gets In Your Eyes she believes we have become too distanced from caring for our dead. Less than years ago, that was what people did, they cared for their own dead. A sold-out Concert Hall audience at The Piano was ready to be convinced.

Updated May 22, Funeral director Caitlin Doughty saw her first dead body at the age of eight and has been obsessed with death ever since.
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No big. It made us all about the same height. Ask a Mortician is a series of videos available on YouTube which challenge popular thinking on death and dying. She has an excellent sense of humor, and you might find yourself watching all of her videos and wanting more in which case you should read her blog on The Order of the Good Death. This quickly became one of my favorite series, and I thought some of my fellow Vultures might enjoy taking a peek at.

5 thoughts on “Caitlin Doughty (Author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes)

  1. Mortician in Los Angeles. You got death questions, we got death answers. Mortality + Culture. recyclemefree.org

  2. So when she landed a job at a crematory in Oakland, California, at age 22, she became even more fascinated by death.

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