Red’s Discussion Group

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My oldest daughter has recently been in contact with her father after 12 years. I thought it wouldn’t bother me emotionally but after reading his letters to her I started to feel those old feelings I had for him. We have written to each other several times but I don’t know what I can believe from him. I want to know if we will see him again and if he will keep his promise about my letters and my current husband won’t find out. I don’t want him to start any trouble.

Dear Brenda,

Your current marriage appears to be stable, and it does not look like your husband will find out about your letters. But, you do need to be careful on how you handle things from this point forward, or things could become more than a little complicated.

It is good that your daughter has reconnected with her father, but you don’t need to be wholly  immersed in that connection. You have a new life with a different man, and there really is no going back. Keep yourself, and your feelings, in check – or you will open the doors to mental and emotional trouble. Your current husband isn’t a fool, if you allow yourself to become more deeply involved in contact and fantasy with your ex, your hubby is going to notice that you are acting weird!

The best thing you can do for yourself is to put your time and energy into the areas of your life that matter – your home, family, current marriage.

Protect these things, because if you aren’t careful, they can be lost. Your ex is an ex for many reasons, several which you have forgiven or forgotten. The one thing the two of you still have in common is your daughter, so let her be what this relationship is about. As long as you keep from doing anything compromising, nothing can come back and bite you. As for the letters that you’ve already sent, I don’t see your ex using them against you.

Sometimes luck finds us, and other times we create it. Consider yourself lucky so far, and consciously decide to quit tempting fate.

Good luck!
Red

3 thoughts on “Red’s Discussion Group

  1. browneyes

    I just had to add something too. I love reading Red Responds and try to never miss a new entry. Reds responses to the people writing in always sound so sincere. The advice she gives and the different outcomes for each with her seeing some get exactly what they are looking for and some dont, it gives me so much hope for my prediction from her to come to fruition. Red has talked with me on two occasions and the readings matched each time. I think she is great. She had such confidence in what she told me. Keep up the good work Red, I so enjoy reading your predictions and advice for everyone. And I can usually apply a lot of it to my own life. You go girl.
    Thanks,
    browneyes

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  2. misskrystalMiss Krystal

    Hi Red, reading what Verbena wrote, made me want to share something with you.. I have to say I thought the way you described what it would be like actually dating a person(in a response to a letter someone wrote you in your column) that is going through a divorce was phenomenal. And then, of course, like everyone else, your remarks about the issue of timing in readings. Actually, I thought what you wrote about timing was ever so clear and most needed for people to read. I think you did us all a favor spelling it out, as clearly as you do, so very well. Thank You, Miss Krystal

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  3. Verbena

    Red, I just want you to know that since I started reading for California Psychics you have been my mentor! I read your columns whenever they appear, and your articles, and I feel that you’ve taught me so many things, most especially how to give disappointing news with compassion and understanding — and, when possible, a good dollop of hope.
    Thanks for being a splendid example for the rest of us!!

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