A Woman Looking For Love - Part 2: A Psychic Source Customer Continues Her Story

Published Date 9/1/2015
Under: Love, Relationships & Family



Looking for love, Sandy has been getting some mixed messages.

We recently introduced you to Sandy*, a Psychic Source customer whose search for love is one many of us can relate to. If you missed her backstory, read it HERE.

A quick recap…

When we last shared what was going on with Sandy, she was deciding between two men, Uri and Frank. Uri, who seemed too good to be true as a successful, good-looking, beach-going Mediterranean man, remained a constant source of confusion for Sandy.

Why wouldn’t he just meet with her? They’d conversed for five months with nothing to show except lingering hope. There she was, spending time with Frank who was (so she thought) proving to be honest, consistent and ready for commitment, but she couldn’t rid herself of the sinking feeling that Uri was “The One”. Then Frank’s true intentions started to show: He was only looking for a fling, someone to mess around with, as oppose to a long-term relationship. 

Not all Psychics Agree

Sandy turned to a few of her favorite psychics, telling Psychic Source: “Layla and Delia were kind enough to forewarn me. I was asking them about Uri and they were seeing him with someone, saying he’s dishonest.  Then I called Seraphina and Lexi and they didn’t see that he was with any one, just overseas and still busy.”

You see, while four different psychics were disagreeing on a specific detail, the overarching message was clear: Uri has been pre-occupied with someone or something else.

“It’s funny; some Psychic Advisors will forewarn you in a strong way so you can make choices. Others won’t, even if they see something, because they know the end result will be the same.”

The Roller Coaster of Love

So what did Sandy do with this information? Surprisingly she’s taking things in a completely different direction. She’s decided to pursue a new man, Kevin, who she has a fantastic connection with. And if it doesn’t work out? That’s OK too. Things don’t always turn out the way you think they’re going to and that’s the best part. The higher and more specific the expectations you set, the less likely you are to find what you’re looking for. We’ve all heard that love is typically found in the spot you least expect, and that seems to be holding true for Sandy. All you can do is jump on the roller coaster and enjoy the ride.

Sandy is diligently trying to make the right decisions regarding dating and has found that talking to the psychics has given her perspective, knowledge, and poise. In this crazy world of online dating and “cat fishing”—the well-known term for when internet scammers lie about their identities to potentially form romantic relationships—it’s hard to know who you can trust and confide in. But thanks to the Advisors, Sandy has a community of people looking out for her and helping her find her way!

Want to share your story?

Personal stories help foster a sense of community among our members. Chances are, someone has been down the same path as you have, and found guidance, comfort and insight through our Psychic Source Advisors. If you have a story you’d like to share with our readers, please contact us!

*All first names have been changed for privacy reasons.  Sandy's story and words are real. 

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jackieLove: This is exactly why I have chosen not to meet anymore men online after I've had 2 fb long distance relationships that have failed i'm so heartbroken and extremely let down and disappointed in love. I have to say no more online long distance relationships for me.


gardenclay: You know, I talked and listened to two different psychics so that I could have confirmation. What I got was two opposite answers and total confusion. Of course, I want to believe the one in which the answers line up to what I wanted to hear. I did not give a clue as to what the question was. Wow! The first one was rather disappointing. I guess I really don't have any insight into anything after all.


Laurel: Cute story in trying to justify it, but wrong information is just wrong information. And those are fundamentally different reasons which would lead person in two potentially different directions. Our friends could easily speculate and come up with both scenarios based on the small amount of info given. The point of your site is that we want differentiation.


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