Linda Lancashire Psychic


Hello Readers,

During the course of our lives, we are often faced with making some very difficult decisions, which can prove overwhelming and take much courage to arrive at. In the same vein, there are also times when we have perhaps purchased goods or agreed to a contract that has not met up with our expectations or requirements, but rather than make a fuss, accept being fobbed off, and take the least line of resistance because its ‘easier’ and we don’t want the hassle. There are other instances where people whom we trusted told blatant lies thinking that they would get away with their deception because nothing major would come of it and that if you are not the confrontational type, would happily roll over and allow yourself to be walked over like a door mat.

Never shy away from confrontation because one of the advantages is that you discover if your assumptions are right or wrong. It also affords you the opportunity to hear the other side of the story and its always better than suspicions, speculation and malice. Having the guts and courage to confront someone is not always easy and a lot of people prefer to shy away and hide, probably because they are afraid of what they will see and hear. They would rather allow their imaginations to run riot than learn the facts. ‘Least said, soonest mended’ does not always work out favourably because it allows resentment to set in that turns into boiling anger that remain locked in for years and years.

Avoiding facing the truth means running away from the mess whilst peace making means running straight into the middle of it. Peace making means addressing those issues that caused the conflict in the first place. It means having to stir the waters on the way to peace and the only people who are mad at you for speaking the truth are the ones who are living a lie and those who have been found out as to not being quite as honest as they portrayed.

It’s all very well wanting everything to be smooth and want everyone to quit fighting and killing each other and love one another instead. It will take a miracle for something like this to happen because there is so much unrest, greed, jealousy and backstabbing going on everywhere and has done since the beginning of time.

If you need to clear the air and get something sorted out, do it calmly and choose your words wisely. If need be, seek legal advice because it’s always good to know exactly where you stand before you begin negotiating. By finding the courage and the confidence to address a situation that you know needs attention, you will gain much respect from others because you are letting them know that you are no ‘soft touch’ or ‘push over’.

Until Next Week,

Love and Light,

Linda and The Lulas xxx


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