From Grudge to Gratitude

“To be wronged is nothing, unless you continue to remember it.” ― Confucius   “You suck!” “I don’t love you anymore.” “I am so disappointed in you.” “You are ugly!” “You aren’t at all talented.”   Those unkind words, and sometimes truthful words, can certainly hurt, but what hurts even more is hanging on to the [Read More...]

Energy Zapped

She looked like a zombie, and it wasn’t even Halloween yet. “What is wrong with you?” I asked, as polite as I could. We were best friends and although I am psychic, I do try and live a normal life, with normal people and normal conversations. Being ‘on’ and ‘reading’ constantly would irritate most all [Read More...]

Shining Through the Darkness

“Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift.”  ― Mary Oliver   I think it is safe for me to say that we have all experienced a sad time in our life when we never thought the sun would shine again. [Read More...]

Believing is SEEING

I am very honored and grateful for the support of Lori Weiss and Marlo Thomas for sharing my life story with the world on the Huffington Post today – “After Years Of Secrecy, A Psychic Begins Solving Crimes”. “Are you sure you want to come out of the psychic closet?” Lori asked me in the [Read More...]

Ghostly Insight

My own ghostly encounters happened when I was only three years old. The ghost didn’t look anything like what is portrayed in movies. It didn’t look like Casper the Friendly Ghost. Nor did it look like a monster. Instead, it was a young girl dressed in a long dress and bonnet who looked lonely and [Read More...]

Soul Check

“How long has the filter light been on?” I asked my husband. “Probably a few weeks,” he answered without even looking at what I was referring too and continued to do the dishes. “The refrigerator water filter light has been on for a few weeks and I haven’t noticed it? Why haven’t you said anything?” [Read More...]

Dead Wood

Today in a session with a client, her spirit guide showed me a large tree with dead branches. “They need to be trimmed,” her guide told me to communicate. “The foundation is still good. The roots are still there, but they won’t for long if the dead isn’t cut off.” No, her guide wasn’t talking [Read More...]


“Kristy, why don’t you come up to the board and solve this math problem?” It was 4th grade and I was great in every subject, but math. “She can’t do that math problem!” A classmate mocked. “She isn’t smart enough.” The rest of the class laughed. My head tilted down and I bit my lower [Read More...]

The Singing Psychic?

Call me a wannabee teenager. If you have seen my office with its bright colors and fun pictures, you already knew this. I got the music bug when I was in 3rd grade and I saw the Broadway show musical Annie. That same year I auditioned to be an orphan on Broadway. For the couple [Read More...]

As Good As You Allow

The headlines scream of job losses, mud slinging, high gas costs, high food costs and low country morale. What a downer, to say the least. We are inundated with being told over and over that we can’t succeed and from human resources perspective, any sort of negativity hinders morale. So what is the media doing [Read More...]