There are several cards that can represent potential problems in a relationship. Of course, it depends on how they fall in a reading and what cards come up together. Also, not all Tarot readers will give the same meanings for cards. Here are some examples of cards and their meaning that are reason for concern when doing a Relationship Reading.
III of Swords
If it is paired with a card representing a child (any Page Face Card) or children and family (often the X of Cups) then your love may feel competition for his heart in that way. If it is paired with a card representing the past and regrets, such as the V of Cups, then it may mean that your love has been betrayed in the past and may be afraid of it happening again with you. This might explain some lack of trust or jealous behaviors that have mystified you.
II of Pentacles
X of Swords
If paired with a face card we can sometimes figure out who it is doing the betrayal. This means the same thing with friendships and other kinds of relationships as well. The other meaning might be that you are being held back or down by this relationship or it is over all not good for you.
II of Wands
VII of Swords
Devil and Strength Cards
After reading this we don’t want you to think all Tarot cards are bad when it comes to Relationship Readings. There are plenty of cards with a positive meaning behind them that will spell happiness for you and your lover for ages to come. But if you’ve been questioning your relationship, why not try a Tarot reading to see what the cards have to say for you and your partner!
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