Quit Kissing My Ashes: A Mother's Journey through Grief

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Can we really communicate with the dead? Is there really life after death? Are our loved ones okay? Are they happy? Are they aware of us and what we do? Quit Kissing My Ashes not only proves there is life after death, but also lets us know that people don't change once they die. This book verifies that we are always connected to our loved ones even though we may be in two different worlds for a time. Quit Kissing My Ashes is an inspirational story written by a mother whose twenty-six-year-old son died in an ...
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Overview

Can we really communicate with the dead? Is there really life after death? Are our loved ones okay? Are they happy? Are they aware of us and what we do? Quit Kissing My Ashes not only proves there is life after death, but also lets us know that people don't change once they die. This book verifies that we are always connected to our loved ones even though we may be in two different worlds for a time. Quit Kissing My Ashes is an inspirational story written by a mother whose twenty-six-year-old son died in an autombile accident. JOHN EDWARD, world-renowned psychic medium and host of TV's highly popular CROSSING OVER, gives undeniable proof of never-ending life in QUIT KISSING MY ASHES;A Mother's Journey Through Grief. By accompanying Kyle's family on this eye-opening journey, you will accelerate your own path through the darkness and into the light.
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What People Are Saying

Taylor Albert
A Must-Read for any parent dealing with the loss of a child. -John Edward, psychic medium & host of TV's Crossing Over An incredible story about life, death, and the afterlife, that provides welcome reassurance for us all.
— Dr. Albert Taylor, author of Soul Traveler
Judy Guggenheim
Traveler Judy Collier invites her readers to be a companion through her family's journey of grief, discovery, and ultimate celebration that Kyle lives on!
— Judy Guggenheim, author of Hello from Heaven Without doubt
Mary Jo McCabe
This book proves there is life after death.
— Mary Jo McCabe, author of Come This Way
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780971010703
  • Publisher: Forty-Two Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/20/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 733,556
  • Product dimensions: 6.28 (w) x 9.36 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Judy Collier currently resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with Jim, her husband of forty years. She is a schoolteacher who works with special-needs children.
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  • Posted January 11, 2010

    Great book!

    I thought this book was great. After reading of all the communications Judy's son has made; I implored my son to step it up! I have received a lot of communications/signs from my son since he has left the physical world; and it is nice to read about someone else's experiences as well. The book was well written and comforting to me at a time when I really needed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2002

    Wonderfully funny and so spiritually uplifting!!!!!

    This is one of the best books I have ever read on any subject. It taught me more about love and life than any other. Judy's love for her son is an inspiration to all parents, but the gifts Kyle has given to Judy and Jim since his passing proves there is life beyond death and that the love we feel here continues. The stories are funny and will bring tears of joy while teaching you about life and death.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2002

    THE GREATEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!!!!

    I TOTTALLY RECOMEND THIS BOOK TO ALL OF THOSE THAT HAVE ENDURED PAIN BY LOVED ONES THAT HAVE DIED. THE AUTHOR (JUDY COLLIER) REALLY LETS THE READER KNOW THAT THERE IS TRULLY LIFE AFTER DEATH. IT'S VERY COMFORTING BOOK. THE AUTHOR HAS A GREAT WAY OF GETTING HER POINT ACROSS TO THE READERS. A MUST READ BY ANY STANDARDS!!!

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