(Closed) An unsolicited palm reader warned me not to get married!! What do you think?

posted 8 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

GAH, that is freaky :/ I have goose pimples from your story!

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

oh my goodness! I just got goosebumps all over when I read that! I have never been to a psychic or palm reader or anything like that, so I don’t have any experience in the matter. I just think it’s so so crazy that he knew stuff about your past! Bizarre!

Post # 5
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2010

Wow I just got goosebumps. Let’s say he’s right for a moment, as in everything he predicted will come true. Now that you know what to look out for, you have every opportunity to change the future. I honestly wouldn’t be worried about it, I mean most likely he’s not right, but even if he is you still have the ability to make choices in the future that will affect your relationship. I don’t think anything is set in stone, or in a palm for that matter.

I have a story about this also. First of all, I went to see a palm reader during college who told me I would marry my college boyfriend adn live happily ever after. Well, she was obviously wrong. We were totally wrong for each other and broke up right after graduation. A different palm reader read my palm while I was engaged to Darling Husband and told me the marriage would fail because Darling Husband wouldn’t ever appreciate me enough. Well, I’m going to have to agree to disagree on that one because if you knew my Darling Husband you would know that’s totally wrong also. I understand people can change, anything can happen, but I just don’t buy it.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Perhaps your husband’s ex-wife is trying to scare you and hired this guy. That would be far fetched, but since you said you posted this for fun, I figured I would throw it out there.

Post # 8
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

You should listen to him!

….not. Seriously girl, he call you out on being DEPRESSED from 16-18. Who wasn’t?!?! Then he fed off your energy! And a june birthday–probably a shot in the dark =

I would totally, completely brush it off and rationalize the entire conversation. If you need reassurance from your SO, talk to him about it, but he’ll likely think the whole thing is just too out there.

Post # 10
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

@ejs4y8: Also, one fo the symptoms of mono is depression. And mono (and the depressive symptoms) can linger long after all other evidence of the disease is gone.

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Okay. That would freak me out. But let’s just say this guy is 100% spot on. Your marriage won’t last forever. Would you not go for it anyway? I mean, I know we all expect marriage to last, otherwise why would we do it, but in reality we see every day how they don’t. So let’s pretend this guy is for reals. Wouldn’t you still want to give it a shot? And lets say you and your Fiance get married and have 10 amazing years together before you end up divorcing. Wouldn’t that be worth it?

Post # 12
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Ok, I get one of these guys into where I work all the time. He is always telling me we are going to have a kid, um really!?, we both are “fixed” so I’m thinking NO.

Just remember, 80% of teenagers suffer from some type of depression and half of them think about suicide in one ways, shape, or form. He is also taking statistics and twisting them to fit his “impressions” 60% of marriages fail also, so again using it to fit, but that is most likely not you. Do not let this attention seeker with his own issues influence the way you look at your relationship. Only you can make your future. Don’t allow this mans negatavity into your head.

Post # 13
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

i love this kind of stuff, i dont really buy into it but it interests me to no end.

Back in highschool i had a really good friend and her uncle was getting into astrology. not horoscopes but reading birth charts. Well i had a serious boyfriend at the time and he read both of our charts along with a couple other friends and i remember him telling me that i would marry in sept of 2008 and the Boyfriend or Best Friend at the time would marry in Aug 2008. well that was 2 years ago. and had broken up by then but stayed in touch. not to long ago i got to thinking sept 08, thats when i met Fiance…now we are engaged, Ex boyfriend started dating his now girlfriend around the same time Aug/Sep 2008. they arent engaged but im waiting for it….how weird would that be?

Post # 14
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2010

@mrs.peters.to.be: And I also agree with EJS that everything he said was a total coincidence and pretty general. I also had mono as a child and was depressed in my teens. Seriously, I’m not joking. And June I think is one of the most popular birthday months. I honestly wouldn’t worry about it, he’s probably just a weirdo who has lost touch with reality. These people are experts at making generalizations and tapping into what you might want to hear.

Post # 15
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I got goosebumps too but I don’t think any of it is for real. I once had a palm reader tell me I was going to marry an older man (FH is 3 months younger) and that we would have to sign papers before we agreed to be married (um, I’m not down with prenups, and FH is a legal citizen, so the only paper we are signing is the marriage license).

People be crazy!

Post # 16
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@mrs.peters.to.be: That’s freaky…but not unheard of. A lot of people who practice other forms of meditation/religion are very intuned. Your story reminds me of the old lady in the park.

I found myself pregnant and addicted to coke. On the morning of my scheduled abortion, a few friends and I went to a park to watch the sun rise because we were all high with nothing to do. I was sitting on a bench alone and this old woman started to walk up the warf with this cart. She stopped by me and asked if I minded if she sat down for a minute. I said it was fine. She start talking about the river and how she comes down here around the same time everyday, but today something told her to get out of bed earlier. She went on and on and then turned to me and said, “I know you are facing a hard choice right now, but you shouldn’t go through with it. She’s going to save your life.” O_O

I was freaked out the whole day. In the end I didn’t get the abortion. I almost passed out in the office and I ran out. “She” ended up being my daughter. I stopped cocaine/smoking cigs cold turkey. If I had went through with the abortion, I would have probably overdosed at some point.

I believe people can carry messages from the universe. Of course you have to make your own choices. You can’t live in fear. Maybe this will help you look at everything differently. Maybe you won’t be so stressed out about the custody battle and not let it destroy your relationship.

 

ETA: I was never depressed as a teen.

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