I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It)
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I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It)

A Jersey Girl’s Reality Show . . . with Dead People

By Concetta Bertoldi

Wisdom for the Living with Insights from the Dead

Guidance from the other side: Life on Earth can be crazy hard. Each lifetime gives us new opportunities to learn and grow spiritually, but it’s not easy to know which way to go. Renowned medium Concetta Bertoldi knows your loved ones are there to send a hello from heaven and guide you from the other side. In I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It), the New York Times bestselling author shares lessons that she and her clients have learned through contact with the “dead folks” who have our backs.

The loved ones you’ve lost are always in reach: Many people visit a medium to be reassured that their loved ones are nearby. Your grief is only as deep as your love, and those who have died are in the AIR you breathe—they are always in reach. With her trademark warmth and humor, Concetta shows you how to see evidence of ghosts and spirits in this world, and how to accept their help.

Understand your soul’s divine purpose: If each of us is living our own reality show, our loved ones are the producers, guiding us through the drama and good grief. The inner voice steering you to truth may just be a ghost.

In I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It), you’ll learn how to:

  • Protect yourself from stuck energy
  • Forgive yourself for mistakes and regrets
  • Embrace your authentic self in this life

Readers who know that heaven is for real and liked Between Two WorldsBridging Two RealmsProof of Heaven, and Good Grief will love I Kissed a Ghost (and I Liked It): A Jersey Girl’s Reality Show…with Dead People.

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