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Living Vertikal

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Synopsis of Living Life After Death - Grief can be a strange thing. A familiar thing that we can all relate to but it can be such a strange experience. One unique to each of us. We have all grieved a loved one or someone we loved. After death, we all go through the stages or phases of grief. Even when we don't understand what it is we are experiencing. However, this turn of events in this story is based around the untreated mental health crisis of grief. It took me to places I could have never imagined going nor could I have ever known existed. Get ready for your mind to be twisted as we live life after death. Eddwina Jene Adams is a native of Linden Alabama. She is a graduate of Demopolis High School, she also has an educational background in Social Work, Urban Planning, Psychology, Sociology, and she earned a Bachelor's of Science Degree from Faulkner University Montgomery Alabama in Human Resources specialized in Management. A 3-time self-published author and has written three novels: "What Death Do We Part", ?What Death Do We Part II?, ?Living Life After Death?, and book #3 "Living Life After Death" became her first BESTSELLER book. Also, she is the Founder of The McKenzie Foundation She built The McKenzie Foundation after her 9-year-old niece committed suicide due to racial bullying in school. Join host C. Stene Duckworth and guest Author Eddwina Jene Adams, on a discussion about her life's purpose, her book, and her journey. 6:00 PM MST - 8:00 PM Central - 9:00 PM EST. Call in at 1.646.668.2928 #1 Advertising and Sponsorships available at Living Vertika Radio with an Audience of 880K contact us at
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