“I’m losing my home. Will I lose my son too?”

I hope you can answer this for me. My home is being foreclosed on. Sell date is June 11. It is tearing me up. My 17 year old son blossomed here.

Steven was taken from me on May 22, 2010, hit by a car while riding his bicycle. Not sure I have seen him out of corner of my eye on several occasions or if it is wishful thinking. However, I am sure I feel him around me.

I can not see any way to save our house. My fear is that once we move, his spirit won’t be able to find me. Do our loved ones follow us if we are forced to move?

Virginia Mills

 Dear Virginia,

First of all, I want to tell you I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your son. If that wasn’t enough, your family is now about to lose the home your son grew up in. My heart goes out to you, and I’ll keep you and your family in my daily prayers.

Now, to answer your question, and it’s one that I’ve been asked on several occasions. My long, and short, answer to your question is, “YES!” It’s not so much that your son will “follow” you wherever your family goes, as he is always with you no matter where you are.

I love the idea that you see him out of the corner of your eye, on occasion, and that you feel his love around you. It’s his way of letting you know that death is not the end of life, love, or relationships.

Having said that, with all of the shows about “ghosts” on television and in the movies, I can see how you might be afraid that your son is “stuck” in your home. The truth is that most of those shows are about entertaining you by playing on your fears, and are not based in reality.

I feel your peace.

Anthony

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