Listen Up: Loss and Community-Building with the Founders of The Dinner Party
Lennon Flowers and Carla Fernandez are here to discuss their work-wife partnership and their incredible non-profit The Dinner Party, which facilitates a series of potlucks around the country to support people in their twenties and thirties who have experienced a major loss. They’re also full of great advice for how to avoid clamming up when someone close to you is going through something hard. Really, we’re here for anything and everything they have to share.
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Learn more about The Dinner Party, including how to join or start a group.
To be a better friend to those who have experienced a significant loss, check out their list of resources for advice on how to help.
Read this NPR story on a recent survey that shows millennials are often the most lonely—and why.
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