So, your spouse, lover, partner comes home or gets off the phone with their psychic. You say, “Hi, babe! How did it go?” So, they tell you…
“My psychic said you’re cheating on me.”
Whoa! Hello! Trouble in paradise! “Houston, we have a problem” – you are going down one way or the other…
Or maybe not.
First, before you jump and get crazy, you should be aware that if a psychic was able to report any infidelity on your part, it’s either due to:
1 – An energetic break that they sensed between you and your partner and the reasons were confirmed by their divination tools, such as tarot, runes, pendulum, etc.
2 – They saw your affair clairvoyantly, which means they were able to describe your suspected lover to their client.
3 – They sensed or saw very strong polarizing energy drawing you away from your partner, therefore concluding a third party is involved.
4 – They were advised by their spiritual sources (guides, angels, etc.) that they had witnessed your infidelity.
5 – All or a combination of the above.
6 – They’re full of shit. (Unfortunately, it happens).
With the exception of #6, let it be said that no self-respecting professional would ever, ever break such a news that lightly without being absolutely, hard-core confident of its truth. There are too many of us in this line of work who love, believe, and care so much about our service that we would never risk needlessly inflicting that kind of pain on someone who trusted us with our guidance, let alone our career. As for the ones who are full of shit, they usually follow up with, “I can help you with that” and offer some kind of bogus spell or “energy work” for an additional fee, usually a hefty one.
Empaths, clairolfactors (those with ESP in their sense of smell), psychometrists, mediums, and cartomanciers “sense” energetic patterns and therefore have to take extra steps to be confident that their interpretation of those patterns is correct. Those with more experience have a much easier time finding their confirmation than those who are still exploring or honing their gift. Clairvoyants and remote viewers have an advantage as they are able to make themselves a visual witness to their clients’ situations. So, regardless of what kind of psychic your partner has consulted with, one way or another, they have done their job.
Now, it’s up to you.
Before you do or say anything, you should be honest with yourself and decide how important your accuser is to you: Is the relationship worth saving? Obviously, if a psychic reported there’s a problem – regardless of whether or not you have been seeing someone on the side – there’s a problem! So, if you decide that the relationship’s well is dry and it’s time to cut them loose, now is the perfect chance for you to take a breath, get everything out on the table, and close the book.
However, if you find that you do want to save the relationship, the worst thing you can do right now – again, regardless of your guilt or innocence – is to blame the psychic. If you start flinging threats of lawsuits (which would be difficult because of the “entertainment purposes only” clause) and screaming about fraud and the like, all it’s going to do is make you look immature and guilty. The problem’s not the psychic. They have done their job.
Now it’s time to do yours.
Everyone is different, but the best course of action, before you say anything, is to stay calm. Be cool. Keep whatever dignity you have, because you’re gonna need it. Without accusation or judgment, ask your partner, “What exactly did the psychic say to you?” because there is a chance that he/she may have misinterpreted the counsel. Keep in mind, however, that when that happens, unless you’re dating or married to a drama queen, it’s usually due to insecurity. Take a minute to listen to what your partner has to say about their session. Stand back and give your partner as much chance to express themselves and get all that emotion out and out of the way. When they’ve exhausted themselves or are finally in a state where they are ready to listen, that is your chance to save the sinking ship.
If you are not guilty of infidelity, say so. But, be aware that there’s still a problem. It may be a lack of communication, not giving your partner enough attention, or there may be someone in your life that you’re spending too much time with that’s causing your partner to be jealous or feel unimportant. However or whatever the issue may be that’s causing a disturbance in your Force, talk about how you feel. Talk about what it’s like being with your partner and what you hope for in the future. Be honest about what you need and ask how you might be able to make it better.
Now, if you are guilty…
Seriously, the best thing to do is just buck up and fess up.
Yes, you could risk losing the one you love, but remember, you took that risk the second you broke your promise. You chose to stray outside of your commitment — no one held a gun to your head and forced you. (If they did, I suggest bringing the law into the matter). Whatever drove you cheat, whether it be a self-esteem issue, a sex issue, an abandonment issue, or whatever, you’re still a grown-up and you chose to take comfort in someone else’s arms rather than communicate and own up to your human fallibilities.
You made the jump, you take the fall. That’s what a strong person would do. If you show that you can take responsibility, the better the chance you’ll have in earning your love’s trust again.
And besides, whether or not you do confess, don’t underestimate anyone’s instincts because someone who loves you always knows…psychic or not.