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Near-death Experience Changes Therapist's Life and Work, Part I

“I found the work interesting, but I didn’t take my patient’s near death experiences too seriously. I thought you died, you were out of pain and lived on in other people’s memories, and that was it. I was still resentful about us moving to Lubbock. Now looking back I see this move and my career shift was an intervention by God—he was preparing me for my experience.”

One thought on “Near-death Experience Changes Therapist's Life and Work, Part I

  • March 10, 2010 at 3:46 am

    This is a very interesting topic. I am adding this website to my bookmarks. Anyone aware of other similar topics I could search for? thanks.


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