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When We Die: Extraordinary Experiences at Lifes End

When We Die: Extraordinary Experiences at Lifes End

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Author: Kenneth J. Doka

Peer into the Edge of Forever
Stories and Reflections on the Meaning of Extraordinary Experiences

Premonitions of death, near-death experiences, and afterlife communication are common, but they can be difficult to talk about and understand. Dr. Kenneth Doka―a world-renowned expert on death, dying, and bereavement―explores hundreds of real-life examples as well as fascinating research on unusual phenomena related to the dying process. Sharing stories from his own practice as a counselor and minister, as well as stories from friends, colleagues, and clinicians, Dr. Doka helps you come to your own understanding of what these experiences mean. With in-depth examinations of death coincidences, terminal lucidity, reincarnation, and more, this book provides meaningful answers for anyone who has struggled with the grief of losing a loved one. With a deep sense of empathy and compassion, this book's insights support you as you integrate these phenomena and cope with the profound emotions that accompany life's final transition.

About the Author

Kenneth J. Doka PhD (Poughkeepsie, NY) is a professor of counseling and a leading authority on issues involving death, dying, and grief. He has edited or written over 35 acclaimed books on death-related subjects, including Grief is a Journey (Atria, 2016). Additionally, Dr. Doka was president and chair of the Association for Death Education and Counseling and the International Work Group on Death, Dying, and Bereavement. He is a senior consultant and speaker for the Hospice Foundation of America. Dr. Doka was honored with the Herman Feifel Award and the rarely-presented Special Contributions to the Field Award from the Association for Death Education and Counseling.

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Publisher:Llewellyn Publications
Publish Date:Nov. 8 2020
Author:Kenneth J. Doka
ISBN-13:9780738762937
Amazon Breadcrumb:Social Sciences

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