By Diane Gremmel
About a year ago I met a young man with a lot of problems. “Nick” had been in prison as a youth offender, and he had a lot of anger in his heart. I was surprised at how funny and charming he was, in spite of all his issues. Somehow, I felt drawn to him and I invited him to come to my church with me. He ended up living with me and I got pregnant. He got a job doing work for a mechanic, and he told me that he was happier than he had ever been before. We started saving up for the baby, and he even bought toys for our child.
A couple of days ago I came home from work and found our money drawer empty. The money we saved for the baby is gone, and his clothes are gone. I went to his job and his boss says that he quit. I’m really confused because he said just a week ago that I was the love of his life. I can’t understand how someone who finally got his life on track could just throw away his future. I’m due in February. Will he be there when the baby is born? Will we get married? Diane, I love this man with all my heart. Please tell me that this will work out!
I’m sorry that you are going through such a difficult time alone. Now is the time to reach out to your friends and family. You are about to have a beautiful daughter, and THAT is something to celebrate.
I am picking up that Nick has been involved in making some extra money through illegal means. He has not been entirely honest with you, and has unfortunately fallen back into some old patterns. While I feel that he will meet his daughter after she is born, I don’t see Nick settling his life down for several years.
I understand that you love this man, and that he will always be your child’s father. I sense that he is extremely intelligent, and that your daughter will have his brilliant mind. This is an opportunity for something wonderful to come of your relationship, as she will carry forward Nick’s positive qualities.
You will look at her and see the humor, charm and wit, but your love and commitment will help this young lady to be the exceptional person that she’s meant to be.
I see a bright future ahead for you and your little girl, and in time, a wonderful family life with someone who will adore you both. Blessings!
I’m getting ready to go on my first airplane ever. I’ve been afraid of air travel for as long as I can remember, and I’ve always driven to visit family and friends.
My friend at work won a trip to Las Vegas, and asked me if I wanted to go. It’s somewhere I’ve always wanted to visit, and the trip would be free, so I’m forcing myself to try and be logical and stop worrying.
We are going to fly on two different planes, so this is pretty scary. Do you see me being safe? Will we make it back without any problems? I know this may sound silly, but I just have to know. Can you pick up anything about my trip?
I feel for you, as most of us have some type of irrational fear. It may help you to know that it’s statistically safer to be in in airplane than to drive on a city street.
I sense that this fear may be connected to a past life memory, so let me assure you that I see a safe trip ahead for you. I predict lots of fun, and perhaps a small win as well. Congratulations on facing your fear. Be proud of yourself!
I lost a very good friend when I was in my early twenties. He was a really good man, and he died while trying to pull a stranger out of a burning car. His name was Larry, and we dated for about a month in school, but more than that, he was my friend. Do you pick up that he’s ever around me? I think about him sometimes, just out of the blue. Do spirits know that we are thinking about them? I just want to know that he’s ok. His birthdate was 2-4-1974.
I’m sorry that you lost someone who meant so much to you. Let me assure you that those on the other side know about it when we think of them.
My understanding is that when we have loving memories of someone in spirit, it’s almost like sending them a “spiritual hug.” I sense that sometimes, when Larry “pops into your head,” it is because he is thinking of you.
When I focus in on your friend, I’m given the image of a young man wearing a bicycle helmet, and I see a Labrador retriever. The message that I get is, “It figures!”
Again, I’m sorry for your loss.
Diane Gremmel was recently spotlighted in a Houston Chronicle article “Want to Psych Yourself Out” by Pete Holley. You can read the article in its entirety at thislink.
Diane Gremmel is a gifted intuitive and psychic, medium and utilizes her talents to give direction on varied topics in life’s journey.
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Diane, when I lost my soul mate to a sudden death,I wanted to die too. He was my everything, though. I did not want to go on, I had no hope, I was so worriedabout him. I was desperate I had to be sure somehowthat he was OK and that he would wait for me.I went on the Internet and found Diane, just her smileMade me feel calmer. I made the appointment and heldon long enough to meet with her. And she was soamazing, and some of the things she said, I knewcould not have guessed at. Not only did I find outMy love of my life was OK but he was also worriedAbout me, and that with God's help WE would beOK. I've got hope and even though my husbandIsn't here with me, I know he loves me and when it'smy time for God to call me home, my soul mate,my love of my life, will be there to take my handAnd lead me into Gods kingdom, where we willbe together again. So thank you DianeFor giving me back hope and love of life!! YouAre very blessed to have the talents that help us all.