Frequently Asked Question: When will I meet the one?
Frequently thought but (usually) not said reply: When you get off your ass and start looking.
In a week, I come across no less than three potential clients who think the one should come crashing through their ceiling and immediately begin making incredible, life altering love to them (never mind the injuries the one suffered upon hitting the ceiling and then crashing through it). More men and women than you would ever expect refuse to look for love at all, reasoning the one will come to them. Bullshit.
What is actually said: I can’t tell you when you’ll meet the one, because I don’t subscribe to the theory of the one; never have. You have a variety of useless, likely self absorbed twats and bastards you learned on…and then you moved onto something better. At least, most people do. Some seem to enjoy running face first into a door spiked with rusty nails over and over again. I don’t know why, but there it is.
Finding love is a lot like teething. You have to put a helluva lot of disgusting things in your mouth to chew on and spit out when it tastes wrong. Eventually, you’ll lose that “one” tooth to exchange it for a better, more long lasting one. You lose a lot of teeth. You replace a lot of teeth. Finally, you wind up with a (hopefully) healthy set to last you a lifetime. Love isn’t that different.
Takeaway Value: I personally wouldn’t trust any psychic who told me this or that guy/gal was ‘the one’ for reasons mentioned above. This includes soul mate/twin flame relationships, of which I have a dim view (I’ve blogged on it before, so those posts are floating around somewhere).
We psychics might like the guy/gal you are considering. Most likely we’ll advocate and point out detailed examples of why he/she is so good for you. This might help you make a decision; it might not.
So my public service announcement for today works as well for consulting psychics in finance and work issues as it does for love: Trust us second and yourself first.