Diary of a Death Doula: 25 Lessons the Dying Teach Us About the Afterlife. Debra Diamond

Anytime we come upon one who deals with the topic of death on a consistent basis, we wonder how they do it.  What do they hear and learn?  What's it like?

Now, we have Diary of a Death Doula.  We learn how this volunteer functions amongst other end-of-life persons.  There's not a lot to do.  Yet, they question their efficacy.

Diary...is well-organized.  It is divided into four parts;

1.  Cultural Beliefs
2.  Dr. Diamond's background
3.  Individual cases
4.  Consciousness examined.

Dr. Diamond reverberates with correctness, honor and dignity.  We can become less anxiety ridden, the more we know.  Our culture and the norms that reside within are very different from the times of ancient history.

Change that.


A new way to envision death and dying is available to everyone.

Even if they appear unresponsive, patients are aware of what's going on at end of life.

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: O-Books (October 25, 2019)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1789041848
ISBN-13: 978-1789041842
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

About the Author:

Debra Diamond, Ph.D. is a psychic/medium, author and death doula. A former Wall Street money manager, CNBC commentator and Johns Hopkins University professor, life took a turn in 2008 when a transformational experience left Debra with unconventional powers as a clairvoyant. She has a Ph.D. in Metaphysics from the Esoteric Interfaith Theological Seminary, an MBA from The George Washington University. Debra lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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