The Romeo error: a matter of life and death

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Anchor Press, 1975 - Family & Relationships - 275 pages
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I just found this book in my parents basement I have not read it all yet but what I have read has helped....I have and unhealthy phobia of death and I can't live my life when I am always afraid that im going to die so i think this book will help me and i hope it does cause everybody dies but not everybody lives and that is what is happening to me im to afraid to live cause i am to scared to die so anyone who feels the same way should read this but take you time and highlight parts of the book and take notes and get into it dont just read it if you read things you dont fully understand highlight them and the try to understand i hope it will change my fear of death and can help anyone eles with the same issue  

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Deliciously controversial from the man who lived on a boat for a few years, and never used a computer to write his notes, preferring to do everything by hand for a more organic experience. Great book ... Read full review


LIFE and the origin of death
DEATH regarded as a disease
DYING as part of the death

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Lyall Watson is the author of over twenty books, including the bestseller "Supernature". He lives in Ireland.

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