When my son was around 3 years old (4 years ago), he told me he missed being a girl and that he had drowned in an elevator(which meant helicopter to him). I won't go into the details of the full conversation, but I completely believed him and still believe that my son was a girl in another life and was possibly in a helicopter that crashed into water where he drowned. I noticed during the next year, he showed a fear of water that he had never had before. For some reason, it took me awhile to put these two occurences together. Once, while driving, I turned down a street that led towards the river. At that point Jake became very upset and was yelling "please don't drive into the river". I pulled the car over and asked him if I had ever done anything to hurt him. He said no. I asked if he really thought his mommy would drive the car into the river. He said no. I said that would be too scary and I would never ever do that. It seems as if that helped and he doesn't have the fear anymore. After reading this book, I think by telling him that, I assured him he was in a different life with me now. My question is that if you think he has forgotten or will this be something that will come back to him later in life? Should I seek out a regression therapist? I am almost through the book, which has only deepened my belief that this IS reality. I also am wondering if I missed this in my first son. Was I too busy cleaning, cooking, etc. to hear what he was saying? He suffers from what the doctors say is ADHD now along with depression and anxiety. Is it too late to pursue Jakes past life? If only I had known then... Thanks!