A “good” death was about having lived long enough to see grandchildren, put one’s affairs in order, and pass away surrounded by a loving family. Boomers don’t see it that way.
[W]e are now seeing the beginnings of a broad movement that will change the game for good… The death cafe movement encourages people to meet and discuss the concept of a good death.
“A Good Death: How Boomers Will Change the World a Final Time”
August 14, 2013