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Psychic help please

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flowersinthenight Mon 10-Oct-16 22:00:52

Please no flaming here and please don't comment if you disagree or want to judge. I completely accept that some people disagree or don't like this. But this is a thread to ask for people who can help.

I found out this morning a relative has passed away. It was unexpected and we were very close growing up but have not spoken for over 2 years. I feel completely floored and devastated. I want to see if I can get in contact with them and also another bereaved relative.

I've gone to mediums before but never had anything particularly convincing. If someone is willing to recommend someone I would be very grateful. Thank you.

RunRabbitRunRabbit Mon 10-Oct-16 22:25:31

What do you need to say to them?

ThreeSheetsToTheWind Tue 11-Oct-16 04:11:04

Well, I don't think that those that care about us ever really leave us. If you want to say something to them then go ahead, even if it isn't out loud.

Just sit quietly and think of them and talk to them. It's worked for me before.

I am sorry for your loss flowers

flowersinthenight Tue 11-Oct-16 07:14:55

Because I want to see them. I'm so sad I never saw them I the last three years and I hate myself for it. I wish I had moved past what they did and saw all the good things they did do

LisaMed1 Tue 11-Oct-16 07:46:33

I would suggest that you see a bereavement counsellor instead of a psychic.

My great grandmother was a medium. Apparently she was quite good and did quite well. If you go to a good, principled medium you may get insights. However these will feed into the grief and you won't get the healing that a reasonably competent bereavement counsellor will give you. Knowing what I do, I'd never go to a medium except for entertainment.

There is also a very real chance that you fall into the clutches of someone unprincipled. That could do a lot more harm than good.

Sorry for your loss. hugs

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