Having Friends Who Are Psychic – the Pros and Cons

Having Friends Who Are Psychic – the Pros and Cons

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I am here to tell you that there is good in everyone, but you also need to be very careful when you have a friend who is a psychic.

Pros to this: You would know all about your life!

Cons to this: You can become so absorbed within your psychic friends, that you tend to lean on them more than you do yourself.

I had to re-analyze my friends very carefully, and remove many from my life that were really draining me. When you do this, you will gain your own power back. Do not rely on anyone else, except yourself. If you’re a psychic reader, then you know what I’m talking about! It is generally known that it’s really not good to have psychic friends…if you have friends outside of that please examine them thoroughly.

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So the pros to this, like I said above, is that you would know your whole life story. But why would you want to really know every thing bout your life? The universe will often send everyone messages. You may get this on a daily basis, or through dreams. When you know the universe is sending you messages about your life, then it’s a good time for you to pull back from those who have been draining your energy.

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One con to this would be that having a friend who is a psychic would drain you, and sometimes cause drama. I find that my friends (who are psychics) are very envious of me, and are often out for my clients! Ultimately, it is good to have one excellent reader, but I would not recommend going to multiple readers. You will only get a lot conflicting information.

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