"Grandma, sometimes Papa isn't in Heaven. Sometimes he's here."
In this fascinating book, after-death communications expert Christine Duminiak shares more than 100 true stories of children up to the age of seventeen who have been contacted by deceased loved ones. From cases where the child was born after the death of the relative who appeared to him, to comforting messages from those who died under troubling circumstances, the testimonials will help adults understand this common paranormal occurrence, find the larger meaning in such visitations, and nurture the child's invaluable gift. Ultimately, familiarizing ourselves with this natural phenomenon may shed light on some of our most complex questions about life, death, and our purpose here on earth.
"A fascinating collection of children's experiences of communication with departed loved ones. I encourage everyone to open up their hearts and minds to what the purest littlest ones are telling us." --Msgr. Thomas Hartman, co-host of TV's "The God Squad"
"At last, a really sincere book that will give you many answers and open your mind to the spiritual world of children." --Joseph Wright, author of "The Psychic Hypnotist"
"An extraordinary book, teeming with wisdom and riveting stories." --Louis E. LaGrand, author of "Love Lives On"
Christine Duminiak is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, a Spiritual Bereavement Recovery Facilitator since 1998, and a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling. She is the founder of an online nondenominational grief support and prayer group with over 500 members from 21 countries. Duminiak is also the author of "God's Gift of Love: After-Death Communications--for Those Who Grieve." She is a frequent guest speaker on after-death contacts at the Learning Annex in New York City and in James Van Praagh's chat room. Duminiak holds after-death communication seminars around the country for bereavement groups, the Compassionate Friends, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Rotary clubs, children's groups, senior citizens, spirituality groups, and for the general public. She lives near Philadelphia, with her husband, Bob, a mechanical engineer, and two children. She has appeared on TV and radio in the Philadelphia area as well as in Arizona and New York.