(Closed) "Psychic" told me I wouldn't end up marrying him.. HELP

posted 4 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
1253 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2009

Don’t put any weight in what your old boss said.

Post # 4
3760 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

Well, it’s 2013 and you’re not married to a Swedish man with long blonde hair. And I’m assuming you’ve already graduated college. So….. 

Post # 5
2300 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

@AquaGrey8962:  that’s it? take a deep breath and read what you just wrote.

– first of all i don’t believe in fate, psychics, whatever, i believe in choices. 

-there is nothing that happened that would have given you any reason to think she was for real or had any reason or insight into this at all.

– this happened aaages ago – why are you still thinking about this?!

– why on earth would you believe your old ex manager who was apparently psychic and one time told you that you would marry a swedish guy with long hair? <– least credible source ever.

and to point out the ridiculousness of the situation – if she’s psychic and can tell who should/shouldn’t be together, why did she get married to the wrong guy then? 

Post # 6
7564 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2013

I would try not to worry about it…unless there are some questions/problems in your relationship that you’re really worrying about. 


Post # 7
846 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@peonyinlove:  first of all i don’t believe in fate, psychics, whatever, i believe in choices. 

I’ll be adding that to my list of favourite quotes. Well said.

Post # 8
8474 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

I’m not sure how to feel about psychics either. I’ve been so tempted to go to one for quite a while now, but am not sure if I’m just going to be wasting my time & money. (I think I even wrote a thread on psychics.)

I think if it makes you feel any better, just go see another one…

But in all honesty, I don’t see how they are genuine or crimes would always be solved. 

Post # 9
405 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Who should you trust more: yourself, or your old boss, the “psychic”?

The answer is obvious, trust yourself. If you love you FI and you want to marry him, then it will happen, I highly doubt your psychic boss was predicting his death all those years ago (also, if you never met the long-blonde haired Swedish guy and have graduated college, then she’s aleady been proven wrong). However, if you are having legitimate concerns about marriage, I would openly communicate your (rational) fears to your FI so you can work through them. You could have reasonable fears, but are using this “psychic” prediction as a way to avoid those fears and come up with new ones.

Post # 10
2762 posts
Sugar bee

Yeah… sorry, but it’s probably just stress getting to you because I’m sure if you took a moment to step back and read this from an outsider’s perspective, you’d see how silly it sounds. A Swedish man with long blond hair? Bwahaha, that’s ridic.

“Psychics” and their ilk use a combination of body cues and cold guessing to try and tell your future/fortune/whatever. They start with generals that almost anyone could relate to and dial in based on your reactions. It’s just silly to take stock in anything people tell you, especially in regard to your future. Nobody knows what’s to come, and as a PP says, it’s all choices and happenstance.

If you’re solid in your decision to marry him, go forth and be happy. Nobody knows what tomorrow holds, so worrying about it today is pointless.

Post # 11
3724 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Sylvia Browne, a “psychic” who actually makes money doing what she does, told Amanda Berry’s mom that her daughter was dead in 2004. They just found Amanda Berry alive in Cleveland. I wouldn’t put any weight in that.

Post # 12
2297 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Are you still in college?  Have you met the Swedish dude with long blonde hair?  Would you even be attracted to a man with long blonde hair?  If that part of the “palm reading” didn’t come true, then why would the part about you not marrying your FI?

Like PPs have said- you decide your own fate.  If you love your FI and want to marry him, you will!   

Post # 13
1433 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

@AquaGrey8962:  She sounds wack.  I think you’re feeling anxious about the upcoming wedding and doing some projecting of your own by focusing on this past incident.  Forget her!  You will be fine. 🙂

Post # 15
5983 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

@AquaGrey8962:  …..alright, if I even contemplate for a moment that this clothing store manager and her mother have “the gift”, AND take into account that if she is so gifted to be able to see one’s future with a mere glimpse of her hand…I’d have to assume she freakin loved clothes and retail a lot, because otherwise she’d be helping the cops find missing kids, reading the palms of politicians and rock stars and doing ANYTHING ELSE but managing a store….so you’re asking me to take a big leap here, because you and I now it’s total crap in this instance….ANYWAY, her prediction was of a Swedish man, with long blonde hair that you meet in college….I assume you’ve graduated, decided to marry this non-swedish person with hair type unknown because the Swede never showed up, probably doesn’t exist and why are you letting the rantings of some desperate and pathetic person who sold you a half cocked lie with NO proof of her abilities whatsoever bother you?

Post # 16
13101 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

Please stop worrying yourself over this “psychic”.  If you have *real* concerns with your relationship, talk them out with your FI.  But don’t be concerned with the “predictions” of your ex-boss.

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