Anomaly: Finding Normal
A grief counselor from a small city in the Midwest helps bereaved individuals and those with terminal illnesses cope with death based on well known and studied theories and approaches.
It wasn't until her own unexpected near death experience that she realized the depth of her expertise and the missing gaps of those therapies that prevented both her own recovery as well as her clients.
The story evolves into a medical thriller with intense legal suspense that would make anyone think twice and do their research before agreeing to any of the most common procedures.
The love story with Jeff and the family they raise together intro-duce changes and adjustments that are inspirational.
The profound insight is brought to her clients as she teaches them these new discoveries while a metamorphosis emerges through their relationships. Some simple yet often over-looked necessities in life are emphasized to encourage, motivate, and arouse the consciousness to make thoughtful and deliberate changes.
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Chapter Thirty One
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