Yes, love is blind. It doesn’t matter if you’re wealthy, famous, beautiful, and an award-winning actress. When it comes to making decisions of the heart, we tend to ignore our intuition. We all do it at some point — downplaying pesky red flags hoping they’ll disappear or grow weaker with each passing day.
But when we hone our intuition, flags turn into blinking neon lights so we can’t miss them. Even Sandra Bullock was Blind Sided by love. [If she called a CP psychic, she might have listened to the voice in the back of her head. Maybe not.] I’m not here to dispense advice. But I met the actress years ago at a Starbucks in Hollywood. She was pleasant, all smiles, and extremely beautiful. She turned to me and said, “hello,” while waiting for her Iced Americano.
Recently, husband Jesse James apologized to his Oscar-winning wife after reports surfaced that while she was playing a southern, family-values oriented mother in The Blind Side, he was having an affair with a woman covered in tattoos everywhere, including her forehead.
Does this mean love makes people blind? If you spend as much time reading about other people’s relationships, you start to understand why the divorce rate is so high.
It seems we’re so excited about being in love and getting engaged that we don’t stop and press ‘pause’ on our emotions. We associate ‘worry’ with negativity. But this instinct is actually getting a bad rap. It’s GOOD to worry when it comes to love. If experienced in moderation, worry helps us spot potential issues.
Love is a blessing, but it shouldn’t be all consuming. It’s not all you need to make a relationship work. Open communication, understanding, and compassion are just some of the tools our psychics write and advise callers about. If the love is really there, this stuff should come easy.
Ask yourself if you really know all that you need to make the best decision about a serious relationship — or if you’ve been swatting red flags. When you can answer those questions with confidence, then your closest friends will be happy to deal with questions about centerpieces and guest lists.
And if you identify a potential red flag, don’t freak out. It doesn’t have to mean the end of your relationship, but you do want to have potential problems under control before you walk down the aisle. Don’t let issues loom larger than life down the road — deal with them as they crop up. Our psychics can help.