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Quit Kissing My Ashes: A Mother's Journey Through Grief Hardcover – March 25, 2002
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An incredible story about life, death, and the afterlife, that provides welcome reassurance for us all. -- Dr. Albert Taylor, author of Soul Traveler
Judy Collier invites her readers to be a companion through her family's journey of grief, discovery, and ultimate celebration that -- Judy Guggenheim, author of Hello from Heaven
The book is incredible! I can hardly put it down. I didn't want to stop reading. -- Lady who has not lost a child
Without doubt, this book proves there is life after death. -- Mary Jo McCabe, author of Come This Way
Your book is BEAUTIFUL! You must be very, very proud. -- Publisher
Your book is a keeper! Kyle succeeded in giving you a way to help believers as well as non-believers. --Grandmother whose grandchild died
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Thank you Judy for a wonderful book........I almost want to read it all over again, and maybe I just will!
Collier's son Kyle was killed, at age 26, in an auto accident in 1996. Collier found the grief unbearable until she started receiving veridical messages from Kyle through mediums Mary Jo McCabe and John Edward. "It was my first confirmation that there might be more to life than the physical world," Collier writes of an early contact through McCabe.
The skeptics claim that the messages coming through clairvoyants are trivial and mundane, but as Collier was to realize it is this type of message that is most evidential. Some of the information communicated was unknown to Collier and therefore telepathy or mindreading was ruled out.
"Knowing your loved one lives on, as I have been given proof of over and over again, makes Kyle's not being here with us more tolerable," Collier further states. She also came to learn that excessive grieving can hold a soul back from learning and advancing in the hereafter; hence, the title of this of this interesting, informative, intriguing, and inspirational book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good book! I just love it! It makes you realize that there is something after death.. I have received so many signs from my friend too, I thought I was crazy... Super!!Published 2 months ago by Bernard Bessieres
This was the first book I read after losing my son tragically at the age of 18. I could not put it down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L B
Author is too obsessed with physics for my tastes. Her story is so redundant and ridiculous that you only have to read every 20 pages or so. Save your money...Published 7 months ago by js
My little 4 year old son died 7 months ago. I have not felt him or received any messages. I have difficulty believing any of this is true. I thought it would help me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is truly a wonderful book and I have shared it with many friends who have lost a loved one. I highly recommend it~~you will become more aware of signs you may have been... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Obviously self published and, although author a teacher, not very well written. Even her editor missed a thing or two. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Muggsie
WOW!! Validates so much of what I am experiencing with my wonderful boy who has passed to the other side, helped me through my grief, connecting with another mother!Published 12 months ago by Alecia
A good read although I found myself questioning why she was blessed with never ending signs from her son when so many of us pray for just one. Read morePublished 17 months ago by pamela a reeves
It is a good book. It helped my mother when my brother died; however, I feel it was more of a promotion of psychics.Published 21 months ago by pizota13