Every relationship goes through its tough times and being parents can often make being a couple more difficult. It can be hard to find time for each other when you’re also being mum and dad. There’s a danger of taking each other for granted, or being irritable with each other because work pressure and taking care of the kids leave you little time to unwind.
Of course, the thing to do when you face relationship issues is to talk to your partner and discuss any problems that you might be experiencing. However, that’s easier said than done when you don’t get much quality time together or you’re wary of upsetting each other and a discussion breaking down into an argument.
It can help to make sure what your concerns really are before you sit down with your partner. Then, any discussions that you have can be more constructive. It may be a good idea to talk through what’s bothering you with a third party first. Many women will confide in a friend or relative. That’s fine, but you have to be aware that they may have their own opinion, depending on how close you are and how well they get on with your partner. In other words, it may be hard for them to be totally objective and not take sides with one of you.
A Spiritual Counselling Session
An alternative would be to have a psychic reading. This might not be something you’ve ever tried before, but many people consult psychics, clairvoyants or tarot card readers to get a new frame of reference on their situation that is completely non-judgmental. In fact, studies suggest that over half of people in the UK believe in some sort of psychic powers even if they’ve never had a reading before.
While a psychic reading won’t provide you with a solution, it can help you gain insights into where your relationship has weaknesses and how you might be able to address those. The type of reading you have is down to individual choice.
- For instance, you might enjoy the fact that during a tarot reading, the reader uses a deck of tarot cards to steer the conversation. You can even ask them to use a love tarot deck if your only focus for the reading is going to be on your relationship. The cards in a tarot reading may highlight the causes for any relationship issues, but they may also reveal what strengths your relationship has. This can be a really positive aspect during a reading, as if you’re focused on the problems you have, it’s easy to forget all the great reasons why you’re together.
In a clairvoyant reading, the reader will use their insight and the images that come into their mind to highlight any particular patterns in your relationship and may demonstrate to you how your behaviour can affect how your partner feels (this might be positive or negative). We sometimes fool ourselves into thinking that we are not at fault, and it can be quite illuminating to have a third person’s viewpoint on our actions. A clairvoyant may be able to show you how negative experiences in your past are having a detrimental effect on your current relationship, and how you might need to gain closure on those experiences in order to move on.
- An astrology reading can also shed light on a relationship. Not only can the reader study your and your partner’s astrological charts to see what kind of match you are, but they can give you insights into your character and potential character traits. Again, the objective insights can allow you to see your situation with a different perspective.
If you’re considering a psychic reading, be led by which type of reading interests you the most. Before the reading, think about aspects of your relationship you’d like to change. In discussing these with the reader, you may come to understand why certain patterns and problems have developed. Having that understanding may enable you to bring about change so that you and your partner can not only be great parents, but also reclaim some of the magic that got you together in the first place .
Above all, it’s important to seek an avenue of support that’s right for you. Spiritual readings can be extremely beneficial, but there are other sources of advice out there such as Relate who provide nationwide relationship counselling services and Citizen’s Advice for practical considerations.