Patty girl you need to get a job, ha ha. You are on my site a lot and don’t get me wrong I am thrilled you enjoy it and get so much out of it, but please tell me you have a full and complete life.

My life is so normal and boring you wouldn’t believe it Patty! First off I want to say, mediumship is what I do for a living, it is my passion and mission in life; but let me be clear it is not who I am. It doesn’t define Chris as a person, it is what I do; it is not who I am. Spirit does not bombard me 24 hours a day and I don’t go looking for it either. I don’t know how much of Theresa Caputo’s real life is like her TV show, but I don’t want my ability to connect with spirit to be what I as a person is all about. No matter who you are in life and no matter what you do; to be successful, one needs balance in their life, plain and simple. I don’t shy away from what I do, I love what I do and I love the feeling I get when I change someone’s life (it’s indescribable), but when I am done working for the day, trust me I am done.

I don’t get to hang out with nor hear from my own family in spirit. Never have been able to and I assume never will be able to. That is not why I was given or acccepted the talent and ability of spirit communication. It was made very clear to me that from day one I was meant to help people and spirit. I knew that way back on that day in August 1996 and I have not forgotten the fact today. My father in law died five years ago and I believe only once and very briefly did he come through to me for my wife, I couldn’t even tell you if there was a message but I do know my wife was underwhelmed or not impressed with what would have been said. So now I have probably ruined your wonderous thoughts of what being a medium is like, sorry!

As for important messages coming through unexpectedly, yes it has happend but it is not the norm for me. The most dreaded question I hear as a person in my personal life from strangers is, So what do you do for a living! Some days I just don’t want to go there, you know. Every day I am judged and analyzed like some circus freak, whether by clients, strangers or people who know who I am and keep staring at me when I am out in public; that goes with the territory I guess; I get it! Don’t get me wrong I love what I do, I wouldn’t change anything about my life, nothing! I simply work every single day at staying grounded and balanced in my life and I am always going to be a work in progress as far as that goes.

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