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  • TikTok morticians ease death anxiety in the COVID-19 era
  • TikTok morticians ease death anxiety in the COVID-19 era
    Jose Martinez (2020) ©
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TikTok morticians ease death anxiety in the COVID-19 era

Morticians are taking to TikTok to shed light on the truths around end-of-life rituals. With COVID-19 turning uncomfortable conversations about mortality into an everyday reality, these tutorials and industry Q&As are meeting a growing desire to de-stigmatize death chat.

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