While plenty of us spend time and energy thinking and talking about how to better handle changes and transitions in relationships and how to better handle breaking up, most of us avoid thinking about death until it hits close to home. Most of us, particularly those of us in our 30s and 40s, expect that death is something that happens to those people over there, those people who are older, or those that we don’t necessarily care about. Yet, death is a reality we must all face. Join Dr. Liz and Dylan Thomas for a frank discussion of mortality in relationships. We’ll cover what you need to know to be prepared for death, from the small to the large aspects, and how to access and draw on support networks when death happens close to you.