PRESS RELEASEBereaved Admit Deceased Have Visited Them
Book Reveals Loved Ones In Heaven Often Visit
Their Families Left Behind
Philadelphia, PA –November 22, 2007. Mitch Albom’s novel For One More Day and upcoming movie presented by Oprah Winfrey to air on ABC on December 9th, identifies with the age-old human desire and fantasy to receive afterlife contacts from our deceased loved ones.
In God’s Gift of Love: After-Death Communications by Christine Duminiak, these fantasies are not just wishful thinking, but a reality.
Duminiak, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and author says, “People from all walks of life and with different belief systems have received spiritual contacts from their loved ones who have died.”
From her work with the bereaved since 1998, Christine observed that those who confided in her that they were receiving afterlife contacts were more accepting and at peace with the death--even if a suicide--and were able to reinvest in life. Their experiences, together with Christine’s afterlife contacts from her own family members, inspired her to write her book to bring awareness and hope to those who wonder if such supernatural visits are really possible.
“Duminiak says not only are supernatural visits possible, they are very common. Millions have received them.”
God’s Gift Of Love: After-Death Communications (Xlibris) finally brings clarity to this mysterious mystical experience. Duminiak identifies 20 common types of after-death contacts and signs, including meaningful dreams, touches and scents. Duminiak has compiled 123 heartwarming testimonials from the bereaved of after-death contacts that have resulted in forgiveness, consolation, and a chance to say good-bye.
About The Author
Christine Duminiak, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, a Spiritual Bereavement Recovery Facilitator, and author, has been an expert guest on NBC 10 TV’s lifestyle/entertainment talk show “10!” in Philadelphia, on NBC 10 TV News and CBS 3 TV News in Philadelphia, on NBC 12 TV the Arizona Midday Show in Phoenix, on Telecare TV of the Diocese of Rockville Centre in New York on the TV show "God Squad" with hosts Rabbi Gellman and Msgr. Hartman, on talk radio shows, and in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Arizona Republic, The East Valley Tribune--Scottsdale, The Reporter in The Villages, Florida, and in The Bucks County Courier Times.
Duminiak frequently speaks at The Learning Annex in New York City, to The Compassionate Friends, to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Rotary Clubs, senior citizen groups, spirituality groups, bereavement groups, and gives seminars around the country. Duminiak has been a frequent guest expert speaker in the James Van Praagh Chat Room. She has volunteered her time to hospice and cancer patients, for women in crisis pregnancies shelters, and for women transitioning from substance abuse. In 2000 Christine founded a worldwide internet group to pray for those who long to receive an after-death contact.