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Hi i just came across this site while trying to figure out some answers on my fiance dying 9-28-07. it was very unexpected but all at the same time i knew he was going to die, something told me adam was going to die and i have so much guilt and blame on my heart. I miss hime so much they say time heals all wounds i think it makes it worse.But i really have enjoyed this site and thank you for letting me put my thoughts down.
Paradise, California, United States
July 18, 2008
Hello, this is my 2nd entry in the guestbook on this wonderful site. My beloved husband left me 4 years ago on Canada Day (July 1st) 2004. Even though I'm trying to get on with life, my heart is still heavy with grief, I miss him so very much. For those of you who have experienced a sudden loss, I hope the following provides some degree of comfort. "Your death was sudden, No time to say goodbye You were gone before I realized and only God knows why. A million times I thought of you, A million times I cried. If love alone could have saved you, You never would have died. In life I loved you dearly, In death I love you still. In my heart you hold a place no one could ever fill. It broke my heart to lose you, But you didn't go alone, For part of me went with you the day God took you home". I pray my husband is at peace and safe in God's loving arms and that maybe he'll check in on me again sometime soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
July 1, 2008
Have looked for a song that will have meaning to what i am going through and have now found it in Until we're together again. Words have the comfort that I needed. Thank you. Have not read your book but will be ordering it. This is my first time to your website and have found it very conforting and interesting. Dont know if I have had a ADC with my son, think I have been to emotional. Hope one day I can say yes I have had a ADC with my son and father. Will be back to visit the chat room. Thank you
United Kingdom
June 14, 2008
I lost my 3 year old Grandson to a drowning 2 1/2 yrs ago. Somedays the pain is unbearable, and to look into my sons eyes and see his pain, I know he is with us, both my son and I have had experiences that cant be explained. His birthday is next week on the 17th. I thought I knew what pain was, but I hadnt a clue. I have a huge hole in my heart, and the tears, how many tears can on human cry?
Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
June 13, 2008
This is a great site!
United States
June 11, 2008
I am very impressed with the IADC. I lost my son one over year ago and am still feeling very grief. My wish is to be able to communicate with him. I really miss him and am wondering how is he doing now. Is it possible for someone to conduct this IADC in my country?
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
June 9, 2008
if God is man he will be too wicked but thank God he is not man, I love you all ,good book happy people. bless you all. johnson
Hugess, New York, United States
June 7, 2008
On May 12th 2004 I had a miraculous experience. My beloved father appeared to me in my bedroom. He had died a year before and we never had the chance to say "good-bye". I thank G-d for your website and the information you have. I know it was definitely a "hello from Heaven" and a beloved gift to cherish forever.
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
June 5, 2008
Thank you so much for doing this research and writing this book and having this web site. It has helped me through the losses of my parents and my brother. I smell my MOther around me occasionally and my husband has too. Wow!
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
June 1, 2008
Wunderful book!My Mom died 16 years ago and I'm still crying.This book help me a lot, now I'm litlebit more peace and I thing I'm not afraid my end. Kind Regards Tatiana.
London, England, United Kingdom
May 31, 2008
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