People tend to focus on best case scenarios in relationships. We meet someone new and begin daydream about these best case scenarios in relationships. We will date, the relationship will evolve, and eventually we will get married.
The problem with best case scenarios in relationships are they often are not what the future really has in store. Many people can fixate on their best case scenarios. They come to believe that there is always a chance they can come true. They believe as long as they hang in there, eventually the best case scenario will come to fruition. Not true.
Just because we have an idea or expectation in our head does not mean there is even a chance the relationship can ever achieve it. You would be shocked how many people get psychic readings and get angry when their predictions contradict their best case scenarios. Some people hold on so tight to their desires and dreams of their relationship best case scenarios. They believe in them so strongly they feel it is only a matter of time before these dreams and desires come true.
A best case scenario is only one scenario. There is also a worst case scenario and any other one you can make up in your head. Any one of them could be the outcome, so don’t get so caught up in the best one that you believe it is the ONLY one. If your relationship has been dysfunctional in the past, and in the present, perhaps it is not wise to only focus on a best case scenario for this relationship in the future.
Of course relationships can improve. Some do. But others get worse and worse until eventually they fall apart. What does the future hold for a relationship? One can guess or hypothesize, or you can get a psychic reading. Psychic readings take the guesswork out, and help you deal with the reality of your relationship presently, and in the future. We would all like to have a positive future outlook when it comes to our relationships. But that simply is not realistic. You can hope for the best, and do your best, but that does not guarantee your relationship will work out for the best. There may be insights you need, warnings you need to heed, and changes you may need to make. We are not saying you should only stick with worse case scenarios when it comes to relationships. We are simply saying you need to look at all the scenarios, not just the positive ones.