37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey

37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey

Pregnant with her second child, Stephanie Arnold began receiving mysterious but strong premonitions that she would die during the delivery. Distressed, Stephanie did everything she could to inform the medical team and her family about what she knew was coming. No one believed her, but Stephanie knew they were wrong. When she gave birth to her son, Stephanie flatlined and d Pregnant with her second child, Stephanie Arnold began receiving mysterious but strong premonitions that she would die du...

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Title:37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey
Author:Stephanie Arnold
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0062402188
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey Reviews

  • Tara
    May 26, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

  • Alissa
    Apr 11, 2016

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

  • Donna Frasor
    Jan 28, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

  • Gloria
    Oct 26, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

  • Patty
    Sep 20, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

  • Heidi The Hippie Reader
    Feb 23, 2016

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

  • Producervan in Sedona, AZ from New Orleans & L.A.
    Oct 21, 2017

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

  • Bob
    Sep 15, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

  • Laurie
    Dec 11, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

  • Gry
    Aug 20, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

  • Shannon
    Feb 21, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

  • Shelley
    Jul 13, 2017

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

    I had to stop reading after a few chapters because the author's message was lost in her hang-ups about saying or typing God. Each reference was typed as G-d. Which was too distracting to continue. It's sad that people can't be at ease with calling on God's name without fear of punishme...

    Wow. As a believer, this true story was beautiful. A true story about dying, crossing over and coming back. It reminds us that Spirit is always close to us and hears us when we speak and we all have the gift to communicate. We are all Spiritual beings in these physical bodies and we ar...

  • Shelley Lee
    Aug 15, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

  • Lilly Cadoch
    Nov 01, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

  • Reikista
    Jul 29, 2017

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

    I had to stop reading after a few chapters because the author's message was lost in her hang-ups about saying or typing God. Each reference was typed as G-d. Which was too distracting to continue. It's sad that people can't be at ease with calling on God's name without fear of punishme...

    Wow. As a believer, this true story was beautiful. A true story about dying, crossing over and coming back. It reminds us that Spirit is always close to us and hears us when we speak and we all have the gift to communicate. We are all Spiritual beings in these physical bodies and we ar...

    I never read a book in one day, but I couldn?t stop. Had me in tears so many times. Death is fearful for so many people, myself included at times. But to know your loved ones are there waiting and they are healthy and beautiful and happy. I cannot wait to see my mom again, not just i...

    This book should definitely be read by any obstetrical provider, MD, CNM or Nurse. It also should be read by other medical professionals dealing with patients in critical situations. Very amazing story of survival. Listen to patients. Speak up, if you feel something weird going on, ...

    A Jewish mother has premonitions of her death at her second child's birth, which she acted upon, saving her life. She then did regressions to learn what happened while she was dead and in comma, corroborating her spiritual understandings ...

  • Leslie
    Mar 17, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

    I had to stop reading after a few chapters because the author's message was lost in her hang-ups about saying or typing God. Each reference was typed as G-d. Which was too distracting to continue. It's sad that people can't be at ease with calling on God's name without fear of punishme...

    Wow. As a believer, this true story was beautiful. A true story about dying, crossing over and coming back. It reminds us that Spirit is always close to us and hears us when we speak and we all have the gift to communicate. We are all Spiritual beings in these physical bodies and we ar...

    I never read a book in one day, but I couldn?t stop. Had me in tears so many times. Death is fearful for so many people, myself included at times. But to know your loved ones are there waiting and they are healthy and beautiful and happy. I cannot wait to see my mom again, not just i...

  • N.N. Light
    Oct 23, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

  • Nancy Travis
    Jul 01, 2017

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

    I had to stop reading after a few chapters because the author's message was lost in her hang-ups about saying or typing God. Each reference was typed as G-d. Which was too distracting to continue. It's sad that people can't be at ease with calling on God's name without fear of punishme...

    Wow. As a believer, this true story was beautiful. A true story about dying, crossing over and coming back. It reminds us that Spirit is always close to us and hears us when we speak and we all have the gift to communicate. We are all Spiritual beings in these physical bodies and we ar...

    I never read a book in one day, but I couldn?t stop. Had me in tears so many times. Death is fearful for so many people, myself included at times. But to know your loved ones are there waiting and they are healthy and beautiful and happy. I cannot wait to see my mom again, not just i...

    This book should definitely be read by any obstetrical provider, MD, CNM or Nurse. It also should be read by other medical professionals dealing with patients in critical situations. Very amazing story of survival. Listen to patients. Speak up, if you feel something weird going on, ...

  • Karen
    Jan 29, 2016

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

  • Jacque
    Sep 17, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

  • Pam Mooney
    Aug 10, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

  • Marilyn
    May 01, 2017

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

  • Ray Stanley
    Apr 03, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...

    It was a book that re-enforces the idea of intuition. I do believe in gut feelings, intuition, and women's wisdom. This book was just a reminder for me to always listen to that inner voice and you won't go wrong..For me, it has always worked. ...

    I found this book very interesting. I chose this book without reading any info about it and I really thought it was going to be about what it was like to be in heaven or on the other side. ...

    Great book for an OB nurse- interesting ...

    37 seconds was so amazing and inspirational! I always felt that there was something else on the other side and this really confirmed it. ...

    An honest open account of a mother?s premonitions of her impending death during childbirth. It?s a heartfelt story about trusting one?s instincts, which the author did and ultimately that saved her life. It also gives credence to the value of therapy, particularly hypnotic regres...

    It's been a long time since I've read a book in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down! She takes your hand and your heart and leads you through an incredible series of events that changed everything in her life. I understood her, believed her. I was moved to tears many times,...

    After seeing Arnold interviewed on NBC I bought this book. Her story was intriguing. Though I am happy I read this, I expected more based on that interview. She seems like a great mom, but then rarely mentions her (1st born) daughter which seems very odd. It also is repetitive at times...

    I had to stop reading after a few chapters because the author's message was lost in her hang-ups about saying or typing God. Each reference was typed as G-d. Which was too distracting to continue. It's sad that people can't be at ease with calling on God's name without fear of punishme...

  • Karen
    Oct 02, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

  • Laura
    Aug 16, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

  • Rissa
    Sep 02, 2018

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

  • Mo Fitzgibbon
    Aug 25, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

  • Tania LaBerenz
    Sep 29, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

  • Carlito
    Oct 20, 2015

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

  • Laura
    Jan 07, 2016

    37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven?s Help by Stephanie Arnold with Sari Padorr. 2015. 4 Stars. A solid account of a woman?s terrifying ordeal of suffering an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) at the birth of her second child and how heavenly visitations and regression therapy helped h...

    I received this beautiful book as a Goodreads First Read, and I was almost able to read the whole thing in one sitting. Stephanie Arnold has an almost conversational style that makes you feel like you are sitting down and chatting with friends. I say friends plural because at times her...

    A must read! ...

    4? It was beautiful and really interesting. 4?? It was beautiful and really interesting. ...more ...

    This is an amazing read! Experiencing as a reader the turmoil Stephanie Arnold wrestled with as premonitions of her impending death during childbirth tormented her had me in sympathetic tears. No one would listen to her, chalking her worries up to pregnancy hormones. Just one medical p...

    Ultimate Reading Challenge 2017. A book with a sub-title. Stephanie Arnold already had one child, but during her second pregnancy she had multiple premonitions that she would die giving birth. She told her husband, her rabbi, her OB, the anesthesiologist, and a gynecologic oncologis...

    A powerful testimony to He who in His image we are made Most of us must take the notion of eternal life on faith alone. In this powerful book we meet a traveler who has traveled there and back again. And her story is less about personal growth and redemption and more about how each ...

    37 Seconds - I read this book in one sitting. I'm silent. I'm sad. I'm rejoicing. I'm hopeful. I'm a believer! Stephanie Arnold has inspired and touched me with her amazing story of her life, her death and her unrelenting fight to survive. #37Seconds is a must read for those of you who...

    37 Seconds is a fascinating account of Stephanie Arnold's near death experience. Her religious upbringing is in Judaism which makes for a totally different lens of perception than other NDEs that I have studied. I found it interesting that the focus of her consciousness during the e...

    It was an amazing read! I finished in two days, simply because I couldn't put it down! The strength of Stephanie not letting up after everyone else telling her no really struck me. This story is proof that there are miracles and spirits around us. It is astounding. I also say thi...

    I wasn't familiar with AFE, and I'm glad that I didn't come across it in the pregnancy books I've read. What a tragic thing to happen to anyone. The author is very lucky. But where this book could have been an inspiring story about trusting your instincts and/or being open to communica...

    It was a fast read about a mother who had premonition that she was going to die while giving birth no one believe her except one doctor who made sure there was enough blood - she has 0 negative rarest blood type Regression therapy to relive what was going on while her body was dead ...

    This was the first non-fiction book that I found a "page turner". I never once doubted Mrs. Arnold's story partly due to my Christian beliefs in the hereafter but also my years as a hospice nurse. Her story gave me chills and tears. I'm thankful I'm past my child bearing years ...

    Super great read. Didn't want to put the book down. Just wish it was longer. ...

    I don't know what I think about this book! Basically, I was disappointed. I thought I would there would be some revelation abut happened when this woman was declared dead for 37 minutes but it was so predictable..... Grandma and Uncle I don't know what I think about this book ---...

    37 Seconds by first time author Stephanie Arnold is an inspirational story that takes the reader along her personal journey of spiritual growth when her seemingly routine pregnancy goes tragically wrong. Despite the positive reassurances of those around her, Stephanie is continually ha...

    Inspirational from so many perspectives! While Stephanie Arnold's premonitions and drive to save herself and her son is remarkable there is so much more to this story. This whole book is filled with love of family and friends living and deceased. In her terror and journey she was envel...

    "If you sense something, say something!" That is something that Stephanie Arnold relays in her book after surviving an AFE(amniotic fluid embolism). She had premonitions that something was wrong. I found her and her cousin's book riveting. Her incredible story covers her experience giv...