Ask a Psychic — This One Is For Those Who Have Lost a Child
Wednesday leads us to many things. Hump Day, halfway toward your weekend -- and also the day we welcome our resident psychic medium, Melissa Henyan, into the studio.
It's been a bit since we have connected with everyone, so here is the break-down of how it all goes.
She will arrive about 4:30 p.m. and we will go live on air to speak on our topic. We'll also take phone calls -- (509) 972-1073. Nothing is recorded or aired without your permission, but it is all short and sweet because we are offering this service as an introduction into what Melissa does for a living. If you'd like a full session please CONNECT WITH HER HERE.
We will also be live on our 107.3 KFFM Facebook page, so if you haven't friended us, do so and you will receive a notification once we are live. You are free to drop your questions at that point, and we'll try to answer as many as we can. You can also stream via kffm.com or by downloading our free app. Have an Alexa? We have a skill for that :) Once you've enabled the skill, just say, “Alexa, play one oh seven point three.”
As always, we'll begin with a topic and this one is a serious one that needs to be brought to light.
I think we need to stop hiding from the stigma of suicide and also let people know, it's okay to talk about our children even if they're in Spirit it's so taboo for so many but they were still here.
I couldn't agree more with that statement and I am feeling very blessed to have the platform to bring up the topics that people are REALLY struggling with. You are not alone and we want to connect with you. Are you ready?
Side note. Melissa is always telling us to pay attention to the signs presented to us. As I was getting on Facebook to create the event post and share this info the first thing on my feed ... was this. I started crying.
If you know someone who has lost a very important person in their life and you're afraid to mention them because you think you may make them sad by reminding them that they died - you're not reminding them, they didn't forget. What you're reminding them of is that you remembered that they lived. And that is a great, great gift. - Elizabeth Edwards