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A Near Death Experience: I Died and Came Back From Hell

Grady Mosby

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  • RELIGION - Inspirational

  • SELF-HELP - Substance Abuse & Addictions General

  • SELF-HELP - Personal Growth General

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    Book Summary

    A “Near-Death Experience” is a true story highlighting one man’s human life experience. It shows the results of how we might handle the voids and losses in our lives. It takes a raw look at our addictive behaviors; drugs, alcohol, sex, anger, depression, suicide, peer pressure and how hurting others can fill the emptiness created by loss.

    It is a good read for parents to help understand their children’s behavior. It can also help people who have some type of addict in their lives and for the addict still suffering.

    This is a story about living, loving, failing and ultimate recovery. It includes intervention from Angels and demons. It will bring tears to your eyes, when reading a real suicide letter, and will also make you shudder from the sound of the life saving Voice yelling “Put your seatbelt on!”

    A graphic description of two “near-death” experiences, are included. Once I died and saw Heaven. The second time I died and saw hell.

    This is an “R- rated” story with a great “PG” dramatic ending.

    Conclusion: Heaven and hell both exist. I know because I’ve been there AND I made it back to tell you about it!

    Author Profile

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    I graduated Cum Laude with Honors from the University of Missouri-Rolla, School of Mines and Metallurgy with a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering. I have a Minor in Communications: Mass Media and Public Speaking. I have also earned a PhD, through self-study, from the School of Hard Knocks, USA

    I’ve had a successful career in sales and sales training.

    I am a grateful recovered drug addict and alcoholic and a member of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. My desire is to provide a fresh outlook on recovery to help families with addiction problems. Never give up!

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