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Talk to Me by Allison DuBois
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Talk to Me

by Allison DuBois

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In this warm, reassuring book, Allison DuBois, the inspiration for the TV series, Medium, has carefully selected some of her most amazing stories of those who have passed over. As well as sharing how she communicates with the dead, Allison explains ways you can identify the 'signs' given by loved ones and talk with the other side. Packed full of astonishing insights, Talk to Me shares the stories of spouses, children and parents who have died through natural means or at the hands of others. There's also a chapter honouring soldiers lost in war, and some wonderful advice for parents of psychically gifted children and those coping with loss. Through her gentle and compassionate approach Allison reminds us that while the reality of death is complicated, there is a way through the pain that allows hope and healing, and reconnection with the ones we miss.… (more)

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