90 Minutes in Heaven - Chapter Eight: Pain and Adjustments and Chapter Nine: Endless Adjustments Summary & Analysis

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There is a constant flow of visitors in and out of Don's room. Don's pastoral instincts will not allow him to lie quietly while people are there, and he becomes extremely exhausted trying to engage the masses who come to support him. When Eva realizes the toll that the well-wishers are taking on her husband, she requests that the nursing staff limit the number of visitors each day. Although the number of people coming to Don's room slows down, he continues to suffer from depression. Several psychiatrists stop by Don's room and try to engage him in conversation about his emotional health. Don refuses to talk to any of the therapists because he does not know how to express his experience in heaven. Don worries that if...

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