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Hello! I must begin by sharing how much I love your website, and thanking you deeply for taking the time to read the following. My thirteen year old niece is going through some tribulation in her life. Her parents are divorced. She is in a constant state of negativity...retorting angrily to her father and step-mother, rebelling as much as she can in any way she can, and though she is extremely intelligent, refusing to do well in school. Justt one year ago she had a heart of gold and was a kind, intelligent, generous girl who excelled in all her studies. I know there is no "magic cure," but I am hoping that you could recommend a crystal that might dispel some of her negativity, and perhaps remind her of her former self. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Blessings!


Dear A:

I am so sorry to hear about your niece. I suggest you try giving her Chlorite, a positive crystal that dispels anger and hostility, and Angelite, which can also dispel anger, provides balance and is beneficial to students.  Pink Opal  would also be helpful to her. This crystal brings love and promotes non-violence by opening the heart. Because your niece is thirteen, you may also find Moonstone to be helpful in balancing her hormones. I recommend you place the crystals in a small pouch for her to carry in her pocket or purse constantly. It is also important for the crystals to be cleared often. (Here are some different methods to do this) If you think it would help, you could also place a Carnelian in the pouch to draw any negative energy off of the other crystals. I wish her love and light, and I hope these crystals are able to help her.

Crystal Blessings,


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Disclaimer: I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.

Posted on December 05, 2012
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