During the holidays many of us who have lost loved ones are particularly sad. We see their missing chair at the holiday dinner table. We feel our lose more than ever.
If you or someone close to you has lost someone dear, perhaps you’re ready to take another look at what is possible. That's what happened to Physician Elisa Medhus, MD, who never believed in life after death—that is until her son died and began communicating with her, her family, and those who have become followers of her extremely popular blog, ChannelingErik.com. As an accomplished physician, Dr. Medhus always placed her faith in science. An internist, daughter of atheists, and a self-proclaimed skeptic, she was not one who believed in the afterlife.
Now, based upon her blog, which is growing in readership every day with those seeking hope and answers about loved ones who have passed, Dr. Medhus is sharing her true story in her new book, My Son and the Afterlife ($16.00). Whether we believe in the afterlife or not, Elisa's story will resonate with anyone who has lost someone close and will offer new hope for the healing process. This is a story of pain and loss, and how the power of discovering faith can bring healing and understanding.
Elisa Medhus, MD, is a physician and mother of five who has practiced internal medicine for over thirty years. She is the author of three award-winning parenting books, including Raising Children who Think for Themselves, which is the recipient of three highly prestigious awards – The 2002 Parent's Choice Award, The NAPPA Gold Award and the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval – and she has lectured on parenting for schools, parent groups, and corporations.
An emotional journey through grief to healing and skepticism to belief—discover the answers that will change your life forever.