One thing I have noticed being a professional reader for almost two decades, is that there are a lot of patterns with people and relationships.
Interestingly enough, there will be issues that have patterns even around the globe, not just here in the states. Believe it or not, break up sin romantic relationships are never usually about just one thing.
There are so many times a caller will ask the big question, “Why did they break up over this one fight?” Using that question as points for departure to begin to channel into “why,” will nine times out of ten reveal in the reading that it was not just the one fight, or the one misunderstanding but, a series of events that actually lead to this breaking point.
One excellent thing about getting a reading is to understand why exactly someone jumped ship not only for clarity, but in order to see what chain of events got a person to this actual shake up. However, most of the time, as I begin to channel the major stressors of the relationship before the break up occurred, the caller will begin to make the connections, and this, as result, can help understand where this person who decided to end the relationship was coming from.
This discovery period is imperative because it sheds knowledge on what did not work with this person who ended things. Additionally, what is fantastic about getting a reading on this subject is it creates better relationship understanding, whether you want to get back together with a person in order to try again, or, you go into a new relationship with more awareness and new things to watch out for. Yet, it usually never fails, as we begin to take inventory of the relationship in the reading, my guides will point out the other issues that lead to the breaking point.
My clients have had a lot of success paying attention in these types of readings, because it appears that more than 70% of my callers will receive a second chance in order to either get the closure they need from the breakup or a new beginning to start over with the same person. Nevertheless, what they learned in their breakup reading, will give them the tools to succeed better, no matter what choices and opportunities they have in future relationships. However, part of the success is identifying that it was never just one thing that caused the break up.
In summary, being aware of the other factors that lead to the break up is part of the key to future success in personal relationships. Therefore, I believe most readers would agree that breakups are usually never about just one thing. What thoughts come to your mind reading this? I would appreciate any feedback.
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