NO ONE PASSES ALONE
Brenda, a family friend, called me from the hospital in tears. Marcus, her husband of thirty-two years, had died earlier that evening. His passing was not unexpected – his prostate cancer had spread throughout his body, and three weeks ago Marcus entered palliative care. I had visited him twice, giving the couple and their two grown sons whatever support I could. And now, I was glad to support Brenda in this time of her need – and gently let her know that she should not feel guilty because Marcus had died when she and her sons had left him to go downstairs to the hospital cafeteria to eat dinner.
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NOT ALWAYS THE BULLSEYE
I’ve just finished the final edit of my book Compassionate Messenger: True Stores from a Psychic Medium (Dundurn Press), and while I’m excited about the October publication, I’m also a bit intimidated. Because even though I’m proud of the work I’ve done and the many thousands of people I’ve helped over the last 30 years, I’m hesitant that people will read my book and feel that I always score 100 percent when it comes to psychic predictions and receiving messages from spirit. The truth of the matter is – I’m not perfect.
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A TERRIBLE POWER
When Abigail telephoned me, she was understandably terrified. Choking out words through her tears, she told me that she was going to get breast cancer. The more she gave me her story, the angrier I became. That’s because Abigail had not received her diagnosis from a physician, or even an X-ray technician. No, she was told this bad news by someone she had trusted – a psychic.
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How Much Truth Is Truth?
Mrs. Malinovsky came to me because she wanted the truth. Last year, her 28-year-old daughter, Vera, was discovered in the garage of the house she shared with her husband, Dennis. Vera was slumped over the wheel of her Honda Civic, an apparent suicide. But Mrs. Malinovsky didn’t believe the police report. She was sure there was a cover-up somewhere, either by the police or by Dennis, who was a fireman and certainly had friends in the police department. Mrs. Malinovsky was convinced I could penetrate the veil of mystery surrounding her daughter’s death and tell her what REALLY happened on the night in August, 2009.
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TAKE CARE OF HIM
The last thing Jacques wanted was to get involved in a relationship. When it came to romance, “I’ve been burned more often than a fireman,” he said with a grin before our session. With a head of thick curls and neatly-trimmed beard, Jacques was ruggedly handsome, and it was easy to see why women were attracted to him. But Jacques was adamant – he did not want to fall in love! Unfortunately, he was about to learn a lesson: Nobody gives orders to the Universe, especially when the Universe has plans for you.
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