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Let’s face it, the psychic industry has not got the best reputation for honesty and upfront practices. Between 900 numbers taking large amounts of hard-earned money or the multitude of stories of silly predictions one hears or the universal image of a shadowed room containing a turbaned woman with a crystal ball making vague statements that could apply to anyone, it is no wonder the industry has a bad reputation! I have had my share of bad Readings as well and have noticed the following common wrongful practices that unprofessional Psychics employ to keep their clients hanging on. If a Psychic pulls any of this nonsense on you, hang up. Save your money and your dignity. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The life you want is created by you NOW not by a fantasy-filled, too-good-to-be-true, psychic prediction of the future! some recommendation for psychic phone numbers.
1. Creating false hope
I cannot say enough about how dreadful this is to do to a client. Since 75% of the calls a Reader gets are people who are broken-hearted over being abandoned, mistreated, or abused, it is easy to just tell the caller “Oh yes, your man is coming back. Do not worry, it will happen in Summer (or around the holidays or whenever).” The caller hangs up, momentarily soothed only to be devastated when it does not come about.
I first got a Reading because I was broken-hearted and devastated by a breakup, and I wanted him back – BAD. I hurt so badly that I would do almost anything to get this man back. (The fact that I had lost my job and broke my foot in the same two months was also not helping.) I called my first Reader, then my second, then next thing I know I had spent $4,000 in one month calling Readers to “get a consensus”. The more who said he was coming back the more hope I felt…until the doubt started creeping in and I had to call “just one more”. Psychic addiction (like any other sort of addiction) is real and expensive! In my case, they all said he was coming back around the holidays (and saw him proposing), and I held hope until…I heard he had met someone else and fallen in love.
I spent that holiday season sad and devastated and alone – and my ex never came back.
When a Reader builds false hope it stunts the healing process and makes the necessary drop one needs to fall to hit reality (and then begin to heal) so much longer, harder and more devastating. It keeps the client stuck instead of moving forward into new and more real love. I would much rather disappoint you momentarily have you hang up on me and leave me bad feedback on the first call rather than string you along taking your money. And once a client wakes up and realizes that what I said was right, they often call me back: