The short answer is it can, be but more often it is not. People are people right, so why would there be a difference?
Digging Beneath the Surface
But there are many straight people who hide things about themselves as well (losing a job or extramarital affairs come to mind.) This why I say it isn’t always different because people can be in hiding, even from themselves, for many reasons. Reading a person from the LGBT community can be challenging for that reason, but it isn’t necessarily so.
I also am careful about the way I describe what is coming to people until I know if they are looking for a male or female love interest, because if a person asks who may be coming into their life and the caller is female and I see a female romantic love interest coming, if that person isn’t aware of their sexuality (or is in denial of it), then it could be jarring or scary to hear that someone of the same sex is coming into their lives romantically. I try to just be honest, but not blatant, until I know for sure if that person is okay hearing the information.
Male and Female Energy
A lot of times I will describe a “male or female” energy coming towards the caller instead of a man or woman. It can be easier that way to have clarity of the situation. But again, if the person that is being described isn’t self-aware of what is going on in their own situation it can cause confusion. I try to help the person be patient and understanding because not everyone is ready to see the truth about themselves and so that can call for a lot of patience in everyone that is important to them while they are becoming aware and even during their transition.
If I sense a person is in the LGBT community but isn’t ready to admit it even to themselves, it isn’t my place to force them to look at that information before they are ready. Everyone comes to understand themselves at a different time and place in their lives and it can be harmful to try to force that person to accept themselves before they are ready.
Love is Love
Rule #1 - Judgment Free Guidance
How do I deal with these or any challenges that I face when reading for someone? I have several rules that I live by. First, I NEVER judge my clients. I am here to help, and not judge. The world is hard enough to live in, you don’t need people you are calling for help and guidance to make it harder. That is rule number one for me.
Rule #2 - Honesty Above All
Second, but equally important, I try to be open and honest about whatever information comes to me. Some people think they know what they want to hear and when information comes through that is different from their preconceived ideas, it can be difficult to hear or accept. I try to be compassionate and patient with all my clients and help them deal with the answers I get, even if it isn’t what they want to hear.
These rules are what I stick by in my readings whether I am reading for someone in the LGBT community or if I am reading for someone from the heterosexual community. But the bottom line is, love is love, and I will always do my best to provide non-judgmental, honest psychic guidance for every single one of my callers!