I have some suggestions to keep in mind to make the best of your reading, as well as get the answers to all your questions.
1. Write down you questions before calling. This way, you won’t have any regrets regarding your questions being answered or the value of your money.
2. If there are questions you don’t think to ask, I’ll suggest them. Such as: “Should you get back together?” “Is there someone else, another soul mate, better suited for you and your needs?” “What are your desires?” or “Do you want someone who puts you first all the time, not just on birthdays, anniversaries, etc.?”
3. Some say sex is not a problem. Ha! Oh ye of little faith. A lot of marriages are made or broken in the bedroom. If someone has a medical reason for not being able to have sex, this would not apply. But otherwise, the sex isn’t good, most relationships won't last. If we don't tend to their and our needs, someone else will.
Sex is important for reasons other than pleasure. It’s a great stress reliever and cardiovascular workout. Make it fun! Showing this is easier than saying it. We all ask ourselves at some point in our lives, “Is he or she making love to me because they want to (Do I still turn them on?) or is it because we’re married and it’s part of the job?”
4. What about love? We fall in love, but we stay in love by being with them and learning the real definition of love over time. At times we get so busy with work, children, and money, we forget why we're with them. At those times I ask people to sit down and recall the first time they met and the first time they made love. In doing this, our anger and hurt slips away.
The most important thing to remember is that it’s possible to start over again. We do all we can to hang on to this loved one and bring back those feelings. I only hope that I can make you feel that the decision you made to spend your life with that person was the correct one.
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