Jill Layton
Updated Jan 23, 2017 @ 2:23 pm
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It’s been almost four months since Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel. After taking a much-needed break, she only recently made her return to social media. And now, Kardashian is reading a book about a near-death experience, because she clearly still feels very connected to her own terrifying near-death experience.

And we don’t blame her. She went through a serious, life-changing ordeal.

Kardashian recently posted a photo to Snapchat of Betty J. Eadie’s 1992 best-seller, Embraced by the Light, which chronicles Eadie’s brush with death.

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On her website, Eadie explained the purpose of her book:

Considering all that Kim has been through, we can understand why she’s turning to literature for comfort. In our darkest times, we also look to books as a safe haven for guidance, or even as a brief escape from all that is troubling us. To put it simply, Kim: We. Feel. You.

Ultimately, we can’t imagine the feelings Kardashian has been dealing with since the incident in Paris, but we hope this book helps her find some peace.