Forget Trying to Find a Soul Mate, It’s a Myth; Celebrity Psychic Says there is a Better Way

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"The idea of finding a soul mate is nothing but a myth," says the outspoken psychic who goes by the initials M.W. "The only person who can really complete you is you."

"The idea of finding a soul mate is nothing but a myth," says the outspoken psychic who goes by the initials M.W. "The only person who can really complete you is you."

This is the philosophy of celebrity psychic M.W., who outlines her approach in her new book, "There Are No Soulmates: Give it Up, Get on with Your Life" (Ozz Books, hardcover, $19.95).

"The number one mistake I see people making over and over again is that they continually place emphasis on finding someone to complete them," says M.W sitting experiences in psychic readings she conducts. "As a result, we've become bored and dissatisfied with our lives as we place our own dreams on hold. It's time to kick this soul mate habit and get on with our lives."

M.W. has filled her book with specific details on identifying one's heart's desires, then creating a plan to achieve them. This is a step-by-step guide for making dreams a reality. M.W. has even used these techniques to transform her own life.

About the Author

M.W. is psychic and medium. She is also a successful business owner. She began as the featured psychic for The Sixth Search (http://www.sixthsearch.com) where her controversial and revealing celebrity romance, political and unsolved crime predictions are still read by thousands of subscribers each year. She has also been featured on VH1's "Rockstrology" and has made numerous radio appearances across the U.S.

M.W. is available for interviews and will answer caller questions. Free promotional copies of the book are available for on-air giveaways. The book is currently available at major retailers.

Contact Name: Kim Stempien, Ozz Books

Contact Phone: (323) 667-1557

Contact Fax: (815) 346-2504

Web Address: http://www.sixthsearch.com

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