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Publisher Description

Internationally recognized psychic and star of A&E’s hit show Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal, Chip Coffey shares his personal story of discovering his gift at a young age and offers valuable advice for nurturing and embracing psychic ability.

No one knows more about psychic kids than Chip Coffey, and no expert on psychic kids is better known throughout the world. These kids are widely misunderstood, misjudged, and misdiagnosed. In Growing Up Psychic, Chip Coffey offers indispensable information for anyone who interacts with these extraordinary youngsters—parents, educators, medical professionals, mental health clinicians, members of the clergy, paranormal investigators—and adults who faced the challenges of growing up psychic.

In Growing Up Psychic, drawing on his firsthand experience and the true stories of kids he has worked with and helped, Chip Coffey shows you how to:

• Determine if a child is really psychic—as opposed to simply imaginative or
seeking attention
• Identify the different kinds of psychic abilities kids (and adults) might have
• Gain control over when and how psychic information is received
• Safely connect with others in the psychic community
• Deal with skeptics and disbelievers

“Read Chip Coffey’s book to learn about an astonishing, inspiring, unexplained propensity of the human mind.”
—from the foreword written by Dr. Raymond Moody, author of Life After Life

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2012
April 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
256
Pages
PUBLISHER
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
6.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Dawnhasa ,

Very informative

As a gifted adult I found myself a lot in this book. I adore Chip and find this book very informative and smartly written.

+ Ickabod + ,

Chip's book is worth the read

A collection of Chips experiences mixed in with a good intellectual grasp of paranormal understanding.

Chips book has something for everyone. I particularly liked the chapters concerning psychic abilities vs. religious viewpoints. That topic alone warrants enough interest to be the basis of a book on its own. Good job Chip and God bless!