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Women's Voices Magazine Picks Up Top SiriusXM Personality Mary Occhino

 
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Indianapolis, IN -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/13/2014 -- Former SiriusXM top rated personality Mary Occhino will join Women’s Voices Magazine (WVM) with her new column “Count Your Blessings” to start April 1. The national digital magazine website has been growing at a rapid pace since its launch in May, 2013.

WVM features its female columnists nationally on topics ranging from home and family to politics and economy to the many aspects of a person’s life that shape and inspire them. The WVM columnists live in cities and towns all across the United States. They range from 23 to 50+, from single working class mom to seasoned executive, with columns encompassing the serious and poignant to the downright hilarious and fun.

“Joining WVM as a columnist allows me to bring my message of hope and blessings to a national audience in a new format for me,” says Mary Occhino. “WVM is a very well respected voice, and I’m looking forward to collaborating with a contemporary and growing organization creating such a beautiful and engaging online community. The quality and diversity of the outstanding group of WVM women writers is amazing.”

Mary Occhino is a world-renowned psychic-intuitive, author and radio host. Known as irreverent and street-wise straight-shooter, she brought her gifts to the radio as the former host of “Angels on Call” on SiriusXM’s Stars 102 and was known for her rapid-fire segment, providing more than 100 readings in less than 30 minutes.

Spiritual guru Dr. Deepak Chopra called Occhino an “intuitive explorer of consciousness.” She was a regular of Chopra’s former SiriusXM radio show.

To the delight of her large following, Occhino currently hosts radio specials on her BlogTalkRadio show “Intuitive Nation.” She is the author of “Beyond These Four Walls: Diary of a Psychic Medium,” (Penguin-Putnam, 2004), “Sign of the Dove” (Berkley, 2006) and “Awakened Instincts: Seven Keys for Enhancing Every Aspect of Your Life” (Atria, 2008).

Mary’s gifts were tested by Dr. Gary Schwartz, director of The VERITAS Research Program of the Human Energy Systems Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona and author of “The Afterlife Experiments.” Schwartz found that Mary is in the top tier of psychics worldwide. Mary’s ability has also been cited in numerous books on psychic ability and mediumship.

WVM Executive Editor Brenda Krueger Huffman notes, “WVM provides content in a unique all column format that is insightful, informative, and inspirational. Mary’s straight-forward personality, her desire to lift up those she encounters, and her ability to relate her gifts to the real lives of men and women make her a perfect fit for WVM. We are excited to have her join the WVM team, and we know our readers will be thrilled to see her column in WVM.”

There are ten interest sections in WVM – Home, Family, Life, Enjoy, Soul, Politics, Economy, Digital, Impact, and Community, and the WVM columns touch on the many aspects of a person’s life. Mary Occhino’s column “Count Your Blessings” will begin posting April 1 in the Soul section.

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About Women’s Voices Magazine
Women’s Voices Magazine is created and published by Women’s Voices Media, LLC. WVM actively pursues the creation of a community that welcomes and encourages all people. We seek to provide a place to celebrate life and relate to one another. The goals of WVM are to offer insight, information, and inspiration while creating a community experience that provides forward thinking and relevant content. Our purpose is to bridge the generation gap, the wealth gap, and the circumstance understanding gap, for we know most life themes, no matter how they play out specifically, are universal life themes for most people. We know we have more in common than not in life’s bigger picture, and we all do better when we come together as a relatable community.