My journey of healing

When my daughter Talia started to communicate to me, directly and through others, just after she had “died” in a plane crash, she started me on a path to healing. Although I will never be completely the same as I was before the crash, just knowing she is with me—and will be with me forever—brings me a joy and peace nearly impossible to describe. I feel this knowing in my core; it is a soul knowing deeper than I have ever known anything else.

It is my hope that Talia’s words and my experiences will help others heal from the loss of their loved ones as well. The purpose of this blog is to share her words, my experiences communicating with her, and the experiences of my close family and friends—with you, the reader, in order to touch that place of peace and love in your heart.

I encourage and welcome emails from you with questions, comments, observations and experiences of your own.  If I choose to post any of them on this blog, your identity will always be kept confidential.

Thank you for sharing this journey of healing with me!

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6 Responses to “My journey of healing”

  1. Lisa Constantine says:

    Hi Kim,

    I just heard about your book and am looking forward to buying/reading it. I learned about what had happened a few years ago and since then, have often wondered how you were doing. I am so glad to know that you are coping well. I too have a “only child” and often think how terrible it would be if I lost him. I am also a nurse and work with sick and disabled children so I am reminded on a daily basis how precious our lives are. I do believe that our loved ones “live on” after they pass and have my own stories of “communications” although they do not seem as intense or frequent as yours with your daughter. Anyway, I wanted to tell you how much your old friends care about you today and think it’s fantastic that you are coping well and blessing others with your books.

  2. Sam says:

    Hey there I enjoyed your great article on My journey of healing. Excellent post, thanks so much for sharing. Do you happen to have an RSS feed I can subscribe to?

  3. Kimberly Klein says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for the note! I would love to hear about your stories of communications! If you send me an email via my contact form on this website I will have your email and will email you.

  4. Kimberly Klein says:

    Hi Sam,

    I do have an RSS feed. I believe if you look at the top of my home page, or on the blog page there is a link to sign up. Thank you for your comment!

  5. Brendy says:

    The truth just shines thorguh your post

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