Don't Kiss Them Good-bye

Don t Kiss Them Good bye Her visions have helped solve crimes her instincts have helped find missing people she can predict future events and sense your thoughts These are some of the extraordinary gifts that define the remar

  • Title: Don't Kiss Them Good-bye
  • Author: Allison DuBois
  • ISBN: 9780743282284
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • Her visions have helped solve crimes her instincts have helped find missing people she can predict future events and sense your thoughts.These are some of the extraordinary gifts that define the remarkable Allison DuBois, the real life medium, wife, and mother whose life is the inspiration for the hit NBC television series Medium.When she was six years old, Allison s decHer visions have helped solve crimes her instincts have helped find missing people she can predict future events and sense your thoughts.These are some of the extraordinary gifts that define the remarkable Allison DuBois, the real life medium, wife, and mother whose life is the inspiration for the hit NBC television series Medium.When she was six years old, Allison s deceased great grandfather came to her with a message for her mother I am okay, I am still with you Tell your mom there s no pain Allison shared his comforting words with her mother and thus began a lifetime of creating connections between loved ones and those they have lost The purpose of her gifts became clearer when Allison worked as an intern in the homicide bureau of the district attorney s office and found that she visualized the crime as she handled the evidence Allison now works as a profiler on criminal investigations.In this stunning book, Allison shares fascinating stories of her encounters with people who have passed and her adventures as a profiler for various law enforcement organizations With wit and compassion, Allison shows us what it is like to live with these special gifts and talents and also tells about her struggle to live a normal life as a devoted wife and mother She shows how learning to accept her own gifts has helped her accept the unique gifts of others and how her compelling desire to relieve the pain of others has helped define her own life, a life committed to the search for ultimate truth.If you have ever questioned whether there is an afterlife, this book will help you see that there is a living energy beyond death.

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    • Allison DuBois

      Allison Dubois s unique story, the inspiration for the hit NBC TV series Medium, started during her senior year at Arizona State University while she was interning at the D.A s office Soon after, researchers at the University of Arizona validated her ability through a series of tests Allison continues to support research as a medium, as a member of the Veritas Research Program Mediums Committee, and as a member of the Forever Family Foundation s Medium Advisory Board In her short career, All

    632 thoughts on “Don't Kiss Them Good-bye

    • This book, as cheesy as it may sound, changed my life and my feelings about life and death and beyond. I don't usually read these sort of books (or for that matter, non-fiction at all really) but I love the show "Medium", which is based on Ms. DuBois and her experiences as a medium. She talks about how the dead never leave us, and how we need to listen to the voices around us of those trying to help guide us, that they are indeed with us. Coming from a family with a firm belief in ghosts, haunti [...]


    • I took the advice of a friend and gave up on this book. I really like the show, I like psychics, and I really wanted to like this book. The author (whose life the show Medium is based on) doesn't flesh out her stories and sentences seem to be no longer than seven words max. This means it's no fun to read- I made it about 1/3 through.It feels more like an early draft or that sort of thing, though I believe that Allison Dubois is geniune and compassionate and caring and we'd probably have fun over [...]


    • Interesting to learn about how she learned and honed her skill as a medium. She is an amazing person who is full of love. Great stories about the living/dead with whom she has had contact. Also helped me with some grieving in my own life for someone I love who recently passed.


    • Since I enjoyed the television show "Medium" based on Allison DuBois, I was interested in reading her book. In "Don't Kiss Them Good-bye," Ms. DuBois writes about her first memories of life on the other side. I enjoyed her stories of the many "sitters" (as she refers to them) that DuBois has read for. "Medium" has used her name as well as the names or her husband and three girls for the show's characters, so I enjoyed the true stories about them.Ms.DuBois addresses skeptics as well as others cla [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book and wish I could have a reading with Allison. What a gifted young woman - she is exceptional.Back Cover Blurb:Her visions have helped solve crimes; her instincts have helped find missing people; she can predict future events and sense your thoughts. These are some of the extraordinary gifts that define the remarkable Allison DuBois, the real-life medium, wife and mother whose life is the inspiration for the TV show Medium.If you have ever questioned whether there is an [...]


    • This is such terrible writing that I can't make myself finish it. It is choppy and disorganized, with moralizing and self promotion on every page. Too bad: it could have been a very interesting story, and I'm sure it would have been in the hands of a professional writer.


    • I find the topic of the dead communicating with the living comforting. After all, of those who have endured the loss of a loved one, who couldn't find this topic comforting?I read DuBois' "We Are Their Heaven" first, and greatly prefer it to "Don't Kiss Them Good-bye". I desperately wanted to like this book, but alas, I didn't because of how it slaughtered an otherwise compelling topic. This book was written so poorly that it fell far below the average reader's intelligence level. Rule #1 as a w [...]


    • I give it 3 stars for the crappy editing and not elaborating on anything lol. Her personality that came out in the book came across as having a very 'sheltered' view on world events. But I enjoyed reading it and although I already know real mediums exist it's nice to read about someone who without a doubt has the gift.Oh and I watched the show a few times :)


    • I am a fan of the TV show "Medium" so I was curious about the real-life Allison Dubois. I believe she is the real deal and she has a genuine warm personality. Her life experiences were haunting and fascinating. I wish she would have written more of them in this book.


    • Well written - in the form of memories, essays and narrative. She gives example of post Earthly plane encounters and courage to others like her who experience more than the normal.


    • I listened to this on audiobook and I really enjoyed it. There were times when the stories and chapters seemed disjointed but I put it down to the fact that I was listening to it while also doing chores and probably missing some parts. Interestingly enough, this book seemed like a sign for me. It started off with Allison DuBois talking about her father's death and her feelings about him which made me tear up because my own father passed a few months ago. There were also many parts of the book wh [...]


    • I'm part skeptic and part believer in mediums. This was an interesting read but I don't know that there was enough information in the book to make me lean more towards believer. I would've liked more stories about missing children cases that she actually helped solved, I felt what she provided was vague. Easy to read and follow. There were parts that (if true) were comforting in regards to loved ones who have passed. I'll still read her other books.


    • I read this book because there is a psychic medium character in the book series I am writing so I wanted to learn more about people with these heightened senses. It was an unusual read, but fascinating. Whatever you believe, DuBois comes across as an empathetic, kind person who only wants to help people. She also talks about how to tell who the charlatans are and how to avoid being taken advantage of, as there are some who sadly prey on grieving vulnerable people.


    • Ive always been fascinated by mediums and people with psychic gifts and Mrs DuBois writes about her gift in such a beautiful way.Coming up the first anniversary of my sister’s passing, this book brought me comfort.The following two parts of Mrs DuBois’ writing really spoke to me:‘Our loved ones who cross over still go through life with us. They act as added energy when you need it.’‘…so many people out there beat themselves up over the death of a loved one. They think that had they j [...]



    • Allison Dubois inspired the NBC television series "Medium". She is a medium and profiler by profession. The book deals with her experiences in childhood up to writing the book in 2004. It's a first person narrative of her experiences as a medium, done loosely by life stages at first and the loosely by topic.Allison knew at age six she had unusual "gifts" when she "saw" her great-grandfather at his funeral. She developed her gifts and is is now able to "predict future events, get into a person's [...]





    • (originally reviewed at elphareads.tumblr)As the Mulder of my marriage’s Mulder and Scully partnership, every once in awhile I like to pick up books about the supernatural and paranormal. I don’t know how much I believe in this stuff (I tend to sway back and forth about it), but I do know that I’ve had weird experiences that I can’t explain, and therefore I prefer not to write just anything off. Along with this, I am a huge fan of the former NBC/CBS/whatever show MEDIUM, as I love Patric [...]


    • I admit to being a fan of the television show "Medium" and, one night, whilst surfing the internet, I stumbled across Allison DuBois's website. I've always held a fascination about those psychics/mediums who work with police (and other governmental) departments and it was interesting to read more about the woman who inspired the television show I enjoyed. I was excited to see that Allison had written books about her experiences, so I acquired one through a book swapping site. I started reading t [...]


    • Don't Kiss Them GoodbyeAlision DubiosAudio Book-read by authorNon-FictionHer visions have helped solve crimes; her instincts have helped find missing people; she can predict future events and sense your thoughts. These are some of the extraordinary gifts that define the remarkable Allison DuBois, the real-life medium, wife, and mother whose life is the inspiration for the hit NBC television series Medium. When she was six years old, Allison's deceased great-grandfather came to her with a message [...]


    • Allison DuBois - a woman who shares her experiences as a person coming to terms with her gift as a psychic medium. This is the true story of the woman who inspired the television series MEDIUM. Allison makes it quite clear that either you believe or you don't, and either way is okay with her. She's not trying to win converts. I am grateful to Allison and others who are gifted, for being brave enough to share their thoughts and experiences. There are very few people who are willing to admit to ot [...]


    • Me encanta este tipo de libros, tratan un tema que está tan cerca y a la vez tan lejos de nosotros. Y hay tantos detalles interesantes en este en particular, como eso de que, cuando chica, la autora llenaba su cama de monos de peluches, para dejar así menos espacio para los espíritus. Yo cuando chica también sentía cosas, aunque no tantas y lo entiendo, entiendo que haya querido protegerse, porque, por distinto e intrigante que parezca, NO ES DIVERTIDO VER COSAS, ni menos TENER RAZÓN.Este [...]


    • This was a really fast read. written by the woman who inspired the TV show Medium. I enjoyed it. it provided insight into what psychic mediums do, and what to expect if you ever decide to consult one. She tells of her life as a family woman with a loving husband and children, all quite ordinary, except, she also has this psychic gift thrown in, that makes things really interesting. Especially because her daughters have also inherited her gift. Allison is very interested in helping children, who [...]


    • Do you believe in the hereafter? Then, I believe I know what you're here after! Allison DuBois, an Arizona auther, psychic, and medium (she is the one who the Television show Medium was based on), extends a hand of hope to anyone who has ever wondered, "Is there more to life?"I've had the chance to personally meet Allison (it was at a Parents of Murdered Children meeting here in Phoenix), and she just blew me away with her eerily accurate readings that she did for everyone in the room.This book [...]


    • When Alison was six years old she realized she had unusual skills. She saw her great grandfather after his funeral and realized she could communicate with the dead.Allison downplayed her talent for many years, but while at law school and working for the county attorney, she found that as she handled the evidence, she was able to see the crimes as they occurred, something which allowed her to provide vital information on the location of bodies and the identity of perpetrators. Her phenomenal abil [...]


    • I started watching the first season of "Medium" a short time ago, and I noticed in the credits that there is a real-life "Allison DuBois". I was excited to find that she wrote a book and that I could get it through Audible.If you are a fan of the show, I highly recommend this. Narrated by Allison herself, I realized quickly that Patricia Arquette really studied this woman. If I hadn't known that it was Allison reading, I would've sworn that Patricia Arquette was the narrator. Not a coincidence, [...]


    • Well done. Stories are very interesting. When she gets on her rant about supporting children who have the "gift," it gets a bit preachy.I listened to the book; it was read by Allison DuBois. I always find it appropriate that the author read their works. Who else knows what they meant to write, other than the author? They put emphasis on words that other readers might not. However, Ms. DuBois has a very monotone voice, and makes it a bit uninteresting listen.Let's face it. What a reader of this b [...]


    • I loved the show Medium and was very interested in the "real" Alison DuBois from Arizona. This was a very interesting book. I enjoyed learning more about her gifts and how she has helped those around her. I also enjoyed the chapter from her Husband. It was very sweet. I loved all her stories about those she has encountered and how she lives her every day life.When she was six years old, Allison's deceased great-grandfather came to her with a message for her mother: "I am okay, I am still with yo [...]


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