After-Death Communication—A Comforting Presence

Ever get a sign from a deceased loved one or felt the person’s presence — perhaps a through a familiar scent, a tactile sensation, or the lights flickering at just the right moment? These feelings of contact can certainly be a comforting presence, and are more common than you might think.

After-Death Communication (ADC) is the clinical term for a visit from a deceased loved one. 1 in 3 people experience ADCs, with 75 percent of those experiences occurring in the year after a loved one dies. ADCs take a wide range of forms, as described in a recent Next Avenue article.

I also encourage you to read some or all of the books on my spiritual book list. If you have very limited time, start with either one of the first two listed.

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About Renee Eder

Renee Eder is the Director of Public Relations for the Farr Law Firm, and gives the voice to the Critters of Critter Corner. Renee’s poodle, Penny, is an official comfort dog who she and her children bring to visit with seniors who are in the early stages of dementia at a local senior home once a month.

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