Medium Patrick Mathews and his sister Kathleen have written a new book, Everlasting Love, which presents stories and case studies meant to illustrate that even death cannot break the bonds of love. Here, they discuss the new book, their intuitive gifts, and how they hope their readers continue to interact with their loved ones in spirit.
Everlasting Love Finding Comfort Through Communicating with Your Beloved in Spirit
Trade Paperback | $15.99 US, $18.50 CAN | 9780738741574 | December 2014
Open the doorway to the afterlife and let eternal love flow through you. Patrick and Kathleen Mathews guide your journey to move forward from grief and find fulfillment through a continued... Read more
was just talking to my cousin and bestie Emily about this whole mirror/makeup fast thing. You know, where bloggers or writers forgo looking in the mirror for a month or a year (see Autumn Whitefield-Madrano and Kjerstin Gruys) or give up make-up and hide their hair in a cap (see Lauren Shields) and then share their findings with the world. Em and I were relieved to discover that we both feel uncomfortable about all this. Not that we feel weird about the fact that these women wanted to do that (because, of course, to each her own), but that we feel weird that they are holding it up as behavior to be emulated, and then basically being praised in the media as cultural heroes.
But, you may be thinking, what's the big deal? Well, let me explain.