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Do Dead People Watch You Shower?: And Other Questions You've Been All but Dying to Ask a Medium

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  582 ratings  ·  83 reviews
Medium Concetta Bertoldi answers all your questions about life after life

. . . from the irreverent:
(If the dead are always with us, do they have a XXX view of my bedroom?)

. . . to the poignant:
(Will my deceased father be with me when I walk down the aisle on my wedding day?)

. . . to the heartfelt:
(When loved ones leave this life too early or under tragic circumstances,
Paperback, 288 pages
Published December 26th 2007 by William Morrow Paperbacks (first published 2007)
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My aunt read this book last year to help her deal with the death of her son, my cousin, in Iraq. Since then it has been making the rounds in my family and my mom just passed it on to me. There are few conversations about my cousin that do not involve tears, but when my aunt, my mother and I discussed this book, there were only tears of joy. This book and the information it contains has been a comfort to us, as i'm sure it is to anyone who has lost someone dear to them. It is hard not to be a lit ...more
This book doesn't quite live up to the title. It does provide a nice philosophy for those people who have lost loved ones, and I believe that it would be nice to believe that Dead People watch you shower.

While reading the book, I did try one of the suggestions for talking to dead people. I put the book down, and called to my Grandma, who died 8 years ago. Right at that moment, the door to our bathroom slammed shut. My daughter had gotten out of bed to use the bathroom.

I am sure that the author
Knowledge is power.
The knowledge you can learn from this book (whether you choose to believe it) has the power to heal, to comfort, to better your life...

I started getting into this subject after watching Long Island Medium on TLC (love that show), and I've always wanted to know more. The author not only answers so many questions I've been wanting to know, but she answers questions that just open your eyes and your mind to things you never thought possible. I guess I always believed in the whole
May 20, 2009 Tiffany rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone interested in life after death and psychic mediums
A good book......but I'm not a fan of the question/answer format. Also, the author is clearly not a writer, but I did enjoy reading about what she does. I read this book in preparation to see Concetta at a group event, so when I went, I felt like I knew her a little bit, which was neat.
I was hoping this book would be just as funny as the title, but it had a bit more of a serious quality. There were some funny parts and some parts that made me reflect on life and losing loved ones. Mostly it was an interesting look into Bertoldi's life as a medium.
This was a kinda weird book, actually. I read it because I was bored, and yes, it did keep me from getting bored. I think my problem with the book was that it dealt with death too much.
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Well...not what I was hoping for. As an ersatz religion, I suppose mediumship has its positive side. I never knew spirits were such fluffy bunnies. This book was all froth and no meat.
Ashley Barnett
This book really put a lot of my unanswered questions into perspective. I not only understand everything this author explained I also feel comforted after finishing this book.
Do Dead People Watch You Shower? and the answer is: Yes they do! I feel like I've been on a bit of a spiritual ride lately, having also finished The Ghosts Among Us; Van Praagh a few days ago. I enjoyed both of these books, but this one was much more fun to read.

The author, Concetta Bertoldi, has seen and talked to dead people since she was child. She lives in New Jersey and has a private practice which has a 2-year wait for a reading. Some of her clients include Britain's Royal family, actors,
I picked up this book at the library after hearing about it when it was featured on MSN. Ever since I read those teen books set in the spiritualist town of Lily Dale, NY, I think my reading list has managed to include more books like that, but that's okay.

I don't know how much of this book I completely, 100% believe. I think it's certainly possible - even plausible - that some people have an ability to hear messages or see future events; it happens to me sometimes. But with that said, I don't th
Here is some light reading about communications from the dead. There is nothing very startling in what Bertoldi describes, mostly everything in is agreement with folk wisdom and what has been described by others. There are a few oddities peculiar to her impressions which gives it some substance. Her main message from those in the beyond amounts to the point that they love us. She does assert that evil and darkness do exist but she rejects exploring them. (For example, she admits that communicati ...more
When I saw this book at the B and N, it was like I was a kid in a candy store because I HAVE always wanted to learn about mediums (legit mediums, that is). Concetta Bertoldi is super down-to-earth and matter-of-fact (and funny!), and personally I believe that she's the real deal. For the most part, I wasn't creeped out by any of the information because she doesn't deal with anything dark, only the spirits of loved ones who have died and want to deliver happy messages to their families who are st ...more
I picked this book up a couple of days ago at a library book sale, intrigued by the title. It was a quick read, tantalizing and entertaining. The author is a full-time medium who consults with celebrities, the British royal family, politicians and has assisted the police in missing person cases. She has had the gift of communicating with spirits from the "Other Side" since childhood, and in her book tries to explain what this other world is like, what happens to a person who dies, and answers to ...more
Sara Harrison
Jul 09, 2013 Sara Harrison rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone open to knowing about the hereafter
Recommended to Sara by: no one--just discovered on my own
I really enjoyed reading this book because it was concise and so well focused on the questions we all have about the other side. As far as I know, she seemed to be completely honest with the answers she provided and I truly feel like I have a better understanding of how the process of mediumship is done because of her simple way of explaining the (to most of us) hidden world of those who have departed before us.

Anyone with an interest in where we go and what we do after we pass into the next ph
Kryssy Kirsch
As a believer in the afterlife and a slight sensitive, I thought this book would help me understand more about the afterlife. Yes, there were questions answered, however, I didn't feel this is what I believe to be true. There were too many contradictions. For example, if someone were to die a violent death, their soul is automatically taken out of their body and crossed to the Other Side. She also talks about Gettysburg and how the souls are stuck there. Hmm...I thought something as violent as b ...more
Ilana Waters
I enjoyed this book for a number of reasons. The first, admittedly, was instant gratification. With a question on each page or two, the volume can be gobbled up quite quickly! The second, selfishly, that Bertoldi's notion of the afterlife and spirituality really resonated with my own. There's little in here to offend any particular religious system; it's all about love, helping others, and forgiveness. Plus, it's brassy and funny, and I love how the author admits to not having all the answers. D ...more
Katharine Kimbriel
I really enjoyed this fast read. I should admit that I know several people who plainly are somehow more in tune with the cosmos, shall we say -- can see ghosts, hear spirits, know things that they shouldn't, etc. Concetta finally admitted that she had the same gift, in her case, that of a medium, and now practices as one.

If you are curious about the possibility of another plane of existence, this is a good book to read. If you're skeptical, but wonder if any of these people might be real, this i
Lisa Dillman
Loved it...Just wanted it to keep going!
As much as I don't like to admit it, I am somewhat clairsentient and have always felt a deep attraction to all things spiritual. This book was just what I needed to help validate and clarify a lot of what I have experienced. Even though I am Catholic and am not technically supposed to believe in reincarnation, I find it hard to follow this rule. There are so many things I cannot explain and Bertoldi does a lovely job in bringing light to a topic that is often and obviously misunderstood. She is ...more
I hate skimming books because I feel like that's cheating, but I couldn't help myself with this one.

In summary: Yes, dead people watch you shower and yes, they know what you like to do in bed, but they look at it the same way as living people look at animals mating: It's funny, but it's natural.

THAT'S comforting. :-P

This book also "answered" some interesting questions about reincarnation, but I had to take it all with a grain of salt, obviously.
This book is really fascinating. The question-answer form makes for quick reading. Concetta Bertoldi comes across as a very real person answering questions about what life as a medium is like for her. Take it or leave it; she's not trying to convince anyone, just answers as best she can. She also answers with a fun streak of humor. She's just one of us, only she senses spirits and communicates with the dead. No biggee.
Odd, amusing, interesting. Bertoldi is, or claims to be, a medium. I don't buy all of it, probably won't remember much of it, but it was a pleasant diversion. My daughter calls her "The Sixth Sense Lady" - she doesn't see dead people, but she hears them all the time - has to tell them to leave her alone so she can go to sleep at night. She can't be making all this up. I don't think ....
Lynn Marie
Having just lost both my parents, I found this book very comforting. I've always believed there is life after death, so Concetta just helped to reassure my beliefs. I liked the question/answer format because I didn't really care about some of the questions about Concetta's personal life...sorry I could just skip them.

Another good read is We Are Eternal by Robert Brown.
I saw an article on this book with excerpts and thought it sounded credible, so picked it up. I thought it was fascinating information from a source I personally believed was telling the truth. Regardless, what was important was that it gave me comfort and hope, particularly for my now deceased father. I recommend this book to anyone with a slight curiosity in life after death.
Anna Tatelman
Fascinating book by a medium about life after death. I'll admit that I'm not the most spiritual person ever to walk the Earth, so I began this book with some doubts . . . and finished it with my doubts greatly reduced. A very emotional, reassuring, and persuasive read. Only reason it isn't five stars is because there were a few grammar/punctuation issues that bothered me.
I liked this book. It is slightly repetitive due to the way the book is laid out, but I love the way she answers questions directly rather than writing the book in chapter form.
This book was done in an interview format. I found it interesting enough, but thought it could have been more, if she could have included more factual information. It is a great thought, that we continue to be influenced by those that have already passed, and that they are constantly with us, even if we can't see them.
This was a quick, humorous read and I really enjoyed it. (280 pages and I read it in one day. Very unusual for me!) Of course, you have to be interested in the subject matter. Do I agree with everything she said? No, but it was much easier to consider coming from Concetta--maybe because of the way she wrote?
I totally, love, love, loved this book. I am a bit of a skeptic, but it helped anyway to feel better about death, dying and my dearly departed family & friends. I really hope that what she says about the after-life is true. So comforting. I would LOVE to meet this woman some day and have her give me a reading.
Melissa Johnson
This was a fun book. After my grandfather died this summer, almost immediately I became hyper-sensitive about my most private moments, wondering if he could see me from the other side. Then I found this book, as if it was written for me. It challenged my thinking and fed my spiritual curiosity.
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