My Story

Sandy around 5 years old

 

I was born with a gift that took me decades to acknowledge and years longer to embrace. It's been a long road of self-discovery for me. I had to learn how to handle the good and the bad that comes when walking a spiritual path. It's a path of wonder and healing, however difficult, to arrive at the result of being able to share my gift with others.

I first saw spirit when I was four years old. That moment is forever etched in my mind because I had no idea what was happening and quite honestly at four years old, I was scared! My mom reassured me "there was nothing there" much like most of us would do with a child who claims to see something that we cannot. Life went on without any other sightings until I was in my thirties.

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I had a strong soul connection with my maternal grandmother (I still do) who passed away right before I turned 30. After her death, I searched for a psychic medium to help alleviate my grief. I wanted desperately to know that my grandma may have left physically but that she was still here with me somehow. I have seen many mediums since her passing and know that she is part of the reason I am where I am today, for many reasons.


Beginning my road as a medium has been interesting. That being said, my life is more than just my gift.  I've suffered at the hands of abusers and have been taken advantage of by many. I've had my heart broken and been the breaker of others. I've struggled with my weight, marriage, the raising of my children and everything in between.  I have a family that includes my husband, children, and two dogs. I have good and bad days, just like you. I believe that none of us are perfect and we should own our flaws and celebrate them. That is how LOVE YOUR BROKEN PIECES came to be.



It is my hope to be able to inspire others to see the humor and joy of life  and to recognize the loving guidance that is all around us.  All we need to do is open our eyes and our hearts to possibilities and then we will realize that possibilities truly are endless, much like the love we have for others.


Be Well,

Sandy