From a very young age I remember seeing Spirits in my home. It was not something I was ever
comfortable discussing with anyone in my family. I would lay in my bed at night with the covers
pulled over my head begging them to leave me alone. By the time I was a teenager they finally
did. I had set up so many walls and defenses that not only could I no longer see Spirits, but I
lost me. During that time I developed severe anxiety and an eating disorder. It was my way to
cope with not feeling comfortable with who I was. By the time I was in college, I was down to 90
pounds and began to have panic attacks and developed an ulcer. It wasn’t until my 30’s that I
finally began to accept this calling and I swore that my goal would be to help people so that they
would not have to go through what I did.
I believe that we all feel a little different from time to time. There are obvious extremes in either
direction. However, by accepting you and all the quirks that are YOU, it is amazing the doors
that open and how your life can change.
When I meet with my clients my goal is to make them feel as comfortable as possible. What I
have learned the most through this journey is how alike we all are. All of us searching for
meaning in our life. Searching for answers to why things happened to us … good or bad. If it
was good, maybe not thinking you deserved it. If it was bad thinking, why me? But then feeling
guilty for thinking that! I could go around in circles with how our thoughts affect us every single
day. However, I know it is not necessary because we all do it and you all know what I am talking
about. I have yet to come across a person, living or deceased, who has shocked me. My
sessions are completely confidential because God knows, there are things about me that I
certainly wouldn’t want anyone else knowing.
With that said, I want to thank you for taking the time to read what I am about. I hope this puts
you more at ease with the idea of “psychic medium.”