Do you live after someone's death?
Both of you can - the griever and the deceased.
This book will demonstrate that life is eternal and you can choose life after the death of a loved one.
When I told Jim Zac said, "Tell him I'm saving a place for him." It caused Jim's neck to jerk and his eyes to widen. Zac's response to Jim's last comment before removing his life support made skeptical Jim a believer. He had no doubts in the conversations.
October 1, 2000, 21- year old Zac died and his mother's life catapulted into a life-shattering nightmare. What happened in that first year of grief was not only surprising and unexpected but also shocking, surreal, and healing. Through documented signs and communication, Zac became his mother's strongest supporter in her grief. It was through this changing relationship and as a new life was experienced, life lessons and afterlife agreements were identified, learned and life changed forever.
Healing and grief journeys will be as distinct as individuals. Death does not end connections with our loved ones. You can choose life after the death of a loved one and learn to live differently.