5 Tips to Survive the Waiting Game

You just spoke to your favorite psychic … and the outcome is going to take a bit longer to manifest than you had desired. So what do you do when you’re stuck in relationship limbo? Try these 5 tips to survive the waiting game.

1. Turn off the technology. Seriously. No texting, no Facebook stalking, no calling every five minutes. Why? It’s never a good idea to push someone when they’re not ready, if they need space let them have space. If you spend all your time monitoring their Facebook, you’ll cause yourself unnecessary stress. Have faith that if they are meant to come back to you, they will.

2. Reconnect with you. When you begin dating someone new, or even start a relationship, your world gradually begins to revolve around your paramour. That’s ok and normal, but when the relationship hits the breaks, oftentimes you’re left wondering what life was like before them. Instead of trying to run from dealing with things and find a rebound love, spend time with yourself. Do things you didn’t have time for when in a relationship. Try something new or travel somewhere you’ve always wanted to.

3. Get back to your friendships. Typically, when we are involved in a relationship we have less time to maintain our friendships and often drift from people in our lives.

Use this limbo time to reconnect with your friends and people you enjoy being around — the ones that like you unconditionally and don’t judge. Don’t underestimate how important strong friendships are in our lives. The best part about them is you can always pick up where you left off.

4. Take inventory of your life. Make some lists of what’s working in your life, and what isn’t. Who is good for you… who isn’t? Being in limbo is actually a great time to get some thinking done as to where you currently are in your life and where you hope to go. Use this time to weed out any people or activities that are detrimental to your success and achieving your goals.

5. Don’t take yourself so seriously. Learn to laugh at yourself and don’t take your life too seriously. While this free time is great to make some adjustments in your life, it’s also important to remember to have fun and laugh. Often times, when we reflect on the past or look back at certain situations, we have a good chuckle about it and how we handled things. Laughter truly is the best medicine.

6 thoughts on “5 Tips to Survive the Waiting Game

  1. Larr

    I am sorry to say this , however I believe it to be true.
    It takes a long time because the truth is, your psychic
    is doing nothing but taking your money. There is only
    a small chance your lover will understand they made
    a mistake a come back. This would happen anyway
    with or with out a psychic or spell. It is only a small
    chance and for those of us that hurt so bad with out
    our lover that they come back. we try anything and
    spend any amount to end the pain. Shame of those
    that say they can help and know they can not.

  2. Psychic Amelia 9772

    GREAT, GREAT! Article! So many times I tell our clients, when the cards and chart show the patterns, that it is the “distance” that will actually bring you two closer together. By leaving him (or her) alone for a while, you and they actually begin to see their whole life differently and more clearly. And, while you are in that ‘limbo’ stage of dating, do something interesting. Keep yourself busy: take a class, read a good book, learn something new. So that when he (or she) arrives or returns, you now have suddenly become more interesting and exciting to be with and the pressure has been taken off your partner to always be there to be exciting for YOU! Very interesting how all of this works!

  3. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Here is my own personal bit of favorite advice:
    ” Worry about the things you CAN change, not the things you CAN’T change…..if you are going to worry, you may as well be productive about “!!!!
    This was another brilliant article, and I especially liked the #4 tip….another winner by Jude and Sophia. I’m starting to look forward to Judes’ articles more and more.
    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500


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