A client recently called me about a new and promising relationship. She has a long history of dating men who show the promise of a potential long-term relationship, who then suddenly disappear or unexpectedly break up with her after few months.
It was immediately apparent to me that texting played a detrimental role in her dating woes. Misunderstandings due to texting have ruined the romantic, family and friendship relationships of many people I have worked with. This client was no different. Reading her energy I instantly perceived that she tends to push men away by panicking unnecessarily. Men can smell panic and it is a total turn off. It’s also stressful and will not change the outcome of a situation for the better. Excessive obsession, panic and worry will not bring someone closer to you. Instead it can push a potential long-term relationship away.
What’s not so great is that all this technology is destroying our social skills. Not only have we given up on writing letters to each other, we barely even talk to each other. People have become so accustomed to texting that they’re actually startled when the phone rings. It’s like we suddenly all have Batphones. If it rings, there must be danger ~ Ellen DeGeneres
I told her that I saw this as a potentially long-term relationship, but not has her future husband. I told her to breathe, not to worry, and definitely not to attempt to resolve things through texting!
She called a few days later and said he hadn’t texted in a day and before he had texted every day. I told her not to worry, again breathe and not to text him again. He was just busy. I told her he was busy working. She persistently argued with me and said she was sure he was not working. She later admitted that he had told her that he was working on his house the whole week. That is a man’s code for “I will be busy this week.”
My client was at her wit’s end and I received another warning about her behavior. I reiterated my “don’t panic, breathe and don’t text message.” I could feel the panic in her. I advised her once again not to text him. I explained that we have become so spoiled by having people respond to our communications immediately and that one day is not a big deal.
He had been texting every day. I knew he really liked her and I didn’t want her to push him away and scare him with her “manic panic” like she had before. Before social media and smart phones, women didn’t panic until at least three or more days of no communication. These days women will worry sometimes after only one hour of no response!
The next day she called and said he hadn’t called for a day and several hours. She was actually counting it down to the hour. I again advised her to not text him, as he was still planning on taking her camping this week. But she was completely worked up and upset. She said, “It’s noon now, when is he planning on calling me?” I could sense her anger and anxiety, and advised her not to let him know she was so upset.
I assured her he would call that afternoon or early evening. He was going away with her for the entire weekend and was trying to get everything done that he needed to do before they went. I reminded her again not to text him. She said, “Well, I did text him again. All I said was I would appreciate it if you would let me know if we are still going camping?”
Never presume to know a person based on the one dimensional window of the internet. A soul can’t be defined by critics, enemies or broken ties with family or friends. Neither can it be explained by posts or blogs that lack facial expressions, tone or insight into the person’s personality and intent. Until people “get that”, we will forever be a society that thinks Beautiful Mind was a spy movie and every stranger is really a friend on Facebook ~ Shannon L. Alder
Of course, she blew it.
I told her that her text sounded angry and that it wasn’t going to help the situation. I reiterated the “no texting rule” and how easily people put their own feelings and interpretations into texts. I told her I could tell he was now vacillating. I could feel his disappointment and confusion. He had met this great women he really liked. He was excited to go camping with her, and now he received this angry, demanding, impatient message. I informed my client that he had a history with needy, demanding women and he would now make the tone of her text message bigger in his mind than it was. I begged her this time not to text again.
But she did. It was compulsive at this point. She was trying to control the situation. And she did. She controlled it right out of her life. He texted her that he didn’t want a girlfriend and couldn’t give her what she wanted.
Of course, she blamed me and said my prediction was wrong.
Listen to your psychic. We can see how you get in your own way. We can see how miracles and opportunities have come into your life and how you sometimes self-sabotage your way out of them. Our calling is to help you. Let us.
| PsychicAccess.com.Satya lives in Northern California and is a natural Clairvoyant, Empath, Conduit, teacher, author, animal lover, healer, Reiki Master and an advanced yoga instructor. She has provided valuable psychic assistance to Hollywood stars, athletes, and everyone else in-between. A multi-layered Intuitive, with many unique gifts at her disposal, she can give you a doorway into the past as well as a gateway to a happier future. With her long distance energy work, she provides healing for people and animals too! She instantly spots karmic connections from past lives that directly affect current situations, helping clients to move through them quickly. For accurate solutions on just about any pressing problem, you can find Satya at |
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