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I’m currently 24 years old, I come from a stable but far from normal family which has shaped be into the man I am today. My mom is a very successful lawyer and my dad is high-school dropout who is successful in whatever he decides to dabble in. I’m an interesting mixture of both, I have the passion and intelligence that my mom has, but don’t have as much drive as she has. I’m as easy going and approachable as my father is, but I’m much more sophisticated in the way I think than he is. Ever since I was about 5, my mom and all of my surrounding family members have told me I have an old soul, and this became clear to me when at gatherings and parties I found myself conversing with the adults for hours before finally going outside and joining the “kids my age.”
My whole life, although I am a single child, I was always around people. I was involved in multiple sports growing up, baseball, basketball, but neither of those are close to my favorite sport to participate in, which is bowling. I was privileged enough growing up to travel to every tournament possible in my mind and got the opportunity to bowl for my country and travel out of country to bowl for myself. Along with sports and school I was also able to obtain my Eagle Scout award through scouting. My parents were always the team parents therefore always around and involved in my life and my friends life. This set-up for an interesting backlash once I got to college.
I’m still enrolled at the University of Central Florida, as it took me multiple years to find something that I truly enjoyed studying and could envision myself doing later on in life. Originally went to school for psychology, but transferred out of that after 2 years simply because eight years of school didn’t sound fun. While in college, bowling was what my life revolved around. I was on the UCF team and formed unbreakable bonds/friendships with many of my teammates.
The main reason I’m still enrolled and not graduated is because of one simple term, poker. While I was still under 21, I realized I had a natural calling to playing poker. It fit everything I loved: numbers, odds, probability, luck and most of all, reading people. The latter of those is what truly kept my interest in poker, and in no time at all I had more money than any 19 year should have. That combined with my already high self-confidence led to a very lackluster performance in school as I assumed I’d be rich forever. Unfortunately, nothing that isn’t guaranteed is guaranteed. I still was what many would call successful in poker throughout my early 20’s and I traveled to Las Vegas for multiple summers to play in the WSOP and even moved to Canada to play online after Pokerstars and Full Tilt got shut down in the US.
By the age of 23 I was left floundering with no real sense of direction, I wasn’t and still am not worried in the least. I’ve always felt that I’d be successful (which isn’t just being rich) and have never really panicked about it. I’m back at school and should be graduating within the school year, I still have no clue what I want to do, but being happy and helping people is more important than being rich in my mind.
A few words/phrases used to describe me by my friends:
my mothers kid
“I’d kill to spend a few hours in your brain”
I’m either so simple it’s complicated, or I’m so complicated it’s simple.