“Marilyn’s book beautifully validates what I have learned in my journey as a hospice social worker: how our loved ones leave this earth plane, how we make peace with them and their death, and how we integrate the love we had for them—it all matters. Even if our relationships were fraught with ambivalence and pain, how we forgive them and ourselves influences our lives moving forward. Marilyn’s vast and masterful experience in communicating with passed loved ones illustrate what they want to teach us. Through love, everything is possible, and through love, we can heal our wounded hearts and souls.”—Betty Jampel, LCSW
“As a therapist, I work with people who often have PTSD, depression, anxiety, or are simply feeling stuck. I’ve seen the insight that clients have gained from Marilyn’s spiritual gift—many have described the experience of working with Marilyn as life changing—and I am extremely grateful that Marilyn is now sharing that same healing gift with the world in her book, Love Is Greater Than Pain.”—Marie Moore, PsyD
“Marilyn Kapp’s book, Love Is Greater Than Pain, is a generous offering to the world in a time when it needs guidance through grief more than ever. My family and I have known Marilyn for over twenty years. She is a talented medium whose connection with the afterlife has helped countless people through grief and the rediscovery of joy after a terrible loss. Marilyn offers a new perspective on death, one that allows you to heal alongside your loved one who has passed and stay connected with them. This is a life changing invitation for hope and healing.”—Ed Begley Jr.
“Marilyn’s story and her incredible experience with those who are in body and out of body mesmerized me from the beginning. I can only imagine the comfort the reader will find after reading this book. Both life and death become more real and yet exciting with Marilyn’s insight and guidance. Love Is Greater Than Pain can help everyone, whether they have lost a child or a loved one, are afraid of death, or want to better understand this journey of life.”—Janet Whitney, MA, LMFT, founder of Facing Your Fears