Authors Releases Book to Comfort Others Following the Unexpected Passing of a Loved One

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"Jeremy Shares His Love From Above" by Jeremy Logue, Rhonda Crockett Logue, and Antoniette Ibusag provides readers the ability to accept and grow from the loss of a loved one. As a talented spiritual healer and life guide, Rhonda releases her first book with help from her departed son, Jeremy, as well as his girlfriend Antoinette.

A guide to living joyously on Earth following the passing of a loved one.

Jeremy Logue is an 18-year-old who passed away on June 20, 2016, after a fateful vehicle accident. Jeremy promised his mom he would help his loved ones through his passing, and is on a mission to teach and guide others how to rise above grief.

Rhonda Crockett Logue, MSW, is Jeremy’s mother and has spent much of her adult life working with foster families as a social worker. A few years prior to Jeremy’s passing, she began a journey of awakening and enlightenment, which she now understands was preparing her for the events ahead. Rhonda was able to quickly connect with Jeremy in Heaven and share his wisdom for the world to read.

"Jeremy Shares His Love From Above" teaches readers to live a joyous life while overcoming grief from a loved one’s passing. Jeremy channels his wisdom from Heaven to his mother and girlfriend, providing the enlightenment and tools necessary to live a peaceful life on Earth.

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