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Relationship Instability: Take Action to Make it Stable Again

  • Posted on April 5, 2017 at 1:00 pm
Relationship Instability: Take Action to Make it Stable Again

Relationship instability is a problem many couples suffer from. Relationship instability, if not addressed, can lead to the ultimate devastation of a relationship. When a relationship is very unstable, it breeds insecurity, dysfunctional behavior, and tons and tons of drama. If you are in an unstable relationship, you are not really…

Angry Couples in Relationships

  • Posted on February 3, 2017 at 7:02 pm
Angry Couples in Relationships

Angry couples in relationships are at a seriously dangerous crossroads. If the couple does not find a way to become less angry at one another the relationship will only get more toxic. Too many couples, when they know one or both parties are very angry, either do nothing to help…

Did You Lose Your Mind in Your Relationship?

  • Posted on October 9, 2016 at 3:00 pm
Did You Lose Your Mind in Your Relationship?

Did you lose your mind in your relationship? Has the one you love told you they cannot take your drama anymore? Did you lose your mind after a minor fight only to create an epic problems because of what you did? Did you lose your mind and make everything worse…

Comparing Relationships: Is Theirs Really Better?

  • Posted on March 1, 2016 at 9:00 am
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Comparing relationships is a part of human nature. We see a man treat his wife or girlfriend in ways we wished ours would and become envious. Sometimes we wish we could have a relationship like someone else’s. When we are single, it seems as if every one on earth is…

Top 10 Relationship Regrets

  • Posted on July 14, 2015 at 5:56 pm
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We all have relationship regrets. We can’t help but look back on our relationships and see things we could have done differently. Many of us would love the opportunity to go back in time and do or say the things we could have. Others would love the opportunity to go…

Top 10 Reasons Couples Break Up

  • Posted on January 29, 2015 at 10:00 am
Top 10 Reasons Couples Break Up

There are many reasons couples break up. Sometimes the relationship has just reached its natural conclusion and it is time to move on to another relationship. Other times it is because of different behaviors within the relationship. Here are the top 10 reasons couples break up: 1. Controlling behavior. When…

Waiting for Things to Get Better?

  • Posted on October 22, 2014 at 6:43 pm
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Waiting for Things to Get Better?

Do you find yourself waiting for things to get better? What makes so many people believe that the act of waiting will make things better in their relationships?

The passage of time clearly has shown them that things got worse, not better. So why are they continuing to hope,pray, and wait for things to get better in their relationship? Waiting around for the other person to change their habits, lifestyle, choices and behaviors is clearly not the right approach. Stop waiting for change, and begin creating the change.

There is a saying that you cant change other people. That is true, to a point. What you can change is yourself, and you can begin by changing what you accept,deal with, put up with, allow and wait for. In doing that, the other person is forced to make a change themselves or remain the same. If they really love you and are willing to change, then they will. If they don’t, they never were going to anyway.

What you set in motion by changing yourself instead of just waiting around is speed up the process. You will either get the changes in your relationship you were waiting for or you will lose the illusion that you had that is was ever going to change and get better.

You can wait in a productive manner, or a passive manner. If you have waited for improvements in your relationship only using your voice it may be time to add a little action as well. Words without action are empty. Empty words and threats rarely if ever make drastic changes. Those of you verbalizing the same demands for change over and over yet not getting them should know this. So stop waiting around for things to get better and make yourself better.

Make yourself a person who demands and gets respect. Make yourself a person who doesn’t put up with nonsense and drama. Make yourself a person who does not tolerate mistreatment. Make yourself a person who is willing to walk away from a situation or relationship that no longer serves them well. If you do that, you won’t have to wait too long for things to get better.

Things will change for the better from within, and cause everything else around them to change as well. So what are you waiting for?

Worst Case Scenarios in Relationships

  • Posted on September 3, 2014 at 8:43 pm

What is the worst case scenarios in relationships? Some worst case scenarios in relationships can include cheating, lying, or leaving to be with someone else. The problem with focusing only on the worst case scenarios in relationships is that such a negative viewpoint can affect the relationship in a negative way. Let’s say your worst case scenarios in relationships would be someone cheating on you. this could make you paranoid, insecure, and give you trust issues. The person you are with could be the most trustworthy person on earth that would never cheat on you in a million years. Because your worst case scenario in relationships is cheating, you may never be able to really trust them. You may constantly question their every more, or even feel the need to read their emails, text messages, or check their phone without their permission. This can make the person you love very very angry. They feel that because they have given you no reason to not to trust them, you have no right invading their privacy. You, on the other hand, have let your worst case scenarios get in the way of reality. Your worst case scenarios are in your head, not necessarily in your life. If you make these worst case scenarios a part of your life, they will affect your life big time. And since they are negative, most likely the affect will be negative as well. Not a really good idea if you want to keep your relationship running smooth.


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Worst Case Scenarios in Relationships

When couples fight, one or both may let their worst case scenarios take over. Instead of just taking some time to cool down or calm down, they make things worse. Their worst case scenario could be that the person they love will end the relationship at some point. So what do they do? They make every fight go over the top and may even end the relationship themselves! They feel the other person was going to do it anyway so they took the opportunity to do it first.


This is very damaging behavior to a relationship. Fights or arguments can be resolved, and are opportunities for growth and understanding. Making each fight lead to a break up can cause a lot of damage in so many ways. Because each fight with you ends in a break up, the person you love may keep their thoughts and feelings to themselves to avoid it. This leads to a breakdown in communication. Breakdowns in communication create a ripple affect, and affect many other aspects of the relationship as well. As the communication levels shut down, intimacy could shut down, and growing apart starts. Once that happens there is a good chance the relationship will come to an end at some point. Now the worst case scenario has come true! This is just one example of how worst case scenarios can come true because we are so heavily fixated on them. If you allow your worst case scenarios to rule your mind and emotions, they often ultimately show up in your relationships. A psychic reading with Lady Sarah and Sophia Elise can help you concentrate on the reality of your relationship, and how it may be possible to get your best case scenario to come true instead.

Neglect in Relationships: Neglecting or Being Neglected?

  • Posted on August 23, 2014 at 8:51 am
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Neglect in Relationships

If you experience neglect in relationships, the relationship will wither and die. People in relationships will put up with being neglected, but only for so long. You cannot take for granted that your relationship will continue if it is being neglected.

It is sad that so many relationships end because of neglect in relationships. It is not that the couple fell out of love or despise one another. Quite often the case may be that they simply stopped nurturing the relationship itself.


People often think that once they have a relationship, it’s the end of the road. They won the prize, they have what they worked towards getting, and can now kick back and relax. This is where neglect can first begin. Our tone of voice no longer needs to be kind, we no longer need to be on our best behavior or look our best. We stop putting forth and effort because we already feel we have what we wanted, so there is no need to pursue what we wanted.


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Do You Feel Neglected in Your Relationship?

Neglect in relationships often begins by neglecting the words, behaviors and actions that helped up get our relationship going in the first place is a really bad idea. Those kind words, behaviors, and actions are what will help us keep the relationship. When we stop those words, behaviors and actions our partner may wind up feeling they are being neglected. They want things back the way they used to be, and no longer feel you are the same person you once were. They also may start thinking that you no longer feel the same way about them. This makes perfect sense to them. If you felt the same about them, they why are you neglecting them?


Neglect in relationships, like stated perviously, does not always mean the feelings have changed or that the person no longer wants the relationship to continue. Sometimes though, it does. When someone neglects you and your feelings, it could be that they no longer value you or the relationship. If you both allow this neglect to continue, it usually only gets worse. Over time, they value both you and the relationship less and less. It is often the case that they then find themselves attracted to someone else they feel is of more value. As you can see, neglect can lead to the demise of a relationship.


If you have been neglecting someone you love and are just being lazy, you could be in for a rude awakening. No one likes to feel they are being neglected. The one you love may have already let you know that they feel they are being neglected and you didn’t take them seriously and make changes. After a while, the person being neglected will believe you do not value them. They may wind up looking outside the relationship or may be open to someone outside the relationship who will value them. Then it can be too late for you. You may have had no intention of losing the relationship, but your neglect set it in motion. If you have been dealing with neglect in your relationship, contact Sophia Elise and lady Sarah for the guidance you seek.

Controlling Behavior: Is He or She Too Controlling?

  • Posted on June 8, 2013 at 12:52 pm

Is your relationship out of control due to controlling behavior? Does the man or woman in your life feel the need to take your decisions out of your hands? Do they constantly give you advice that you didn’t ask for and then get mad at you if you didn’t take it? Do they have to plan everything down to the minutest detail leaving no room for anything spontaneous? Do they feel the need to tell you (actually INSIST is more like it) how you should dress, eat and think? Do they want you to do things only after you have spoken to them first and gotten their approval? Do they get mad at you when you make decisions without consulting them first?


Does the man or woman in your life refuse to accept the word “no” from you and will go on and on and on until they break you down so you finally say yes? Are you no longer allowed to do anything by yourself? Has spending time alone with your friends and family become “not allowed”? Have they distanced themselves (and you) from YOUR family and YOUR friends but you can spend plenty of time with THEIR family and friends? Have they caused riffs between you and your friends and family?

Controlling Behavior: Is He or She Too Controlling?

Controlling Behavior: Is He or She Too Controlling?


Does it seem like no one in your life can get along with them or meet their approval? Have you been doing less and less of the things YOU like but doing more and more of what THEY like? Have they forgotten to even say please and thank you to you anymore? Do they give you the third degree about what YOU do when they arent around but give little or no details about what THEY do when they aren’t with you? Do they make you feel like part of a team when actually they are the boss?


All these are signs of a relationship where you are being controlled. People that love you do not control you. It’s as simple as that. Of course they will say they only want what is best for you and are the only one who really cares enough to look out for you. They make you feel as if you owe them thanks (and whatever else) for loving you THAT MUCH that they have taken over every aspect of your life. What they are really doing is insulting you.


You were able to live, be happy, have hobbies, likes and dislikes, form opinions, and establish relationships with friends and family before they came along. What they are saying to you is that you did EVERYTHING wrong before they showed up and now are going to fix it THEIR WAY. Eventually everyone being controlled realizes it isn’t based on love but power and insecurity, selfishness or perfectionism.


Can a controlling relationship be changed where each member of the couple has equal say? A psychic love and relationship reading can show you if this is possible, and more. Your love psychic can give you the validation that you are being controlled, because many people don’t even know they are being controlled. Your psychic relationship reading can help you find the steps to take to balance the control in your relationship so it all isn’t one-sided, but equal. Your psychic relationship reading may also show that this relationship is not salvageable either. Only by getting your own personal psychic reading can you find out how to change your life from being under someones thumb to standing on your own two feet with all of your power back. The person trying to control you won’t change, what they are doing is working for them in the little world they are creating for the two of you. If you want to be an equal partner in your relationship some things are going to have to change, and your love psychic can show you what, and how.