Love vs Addiction
Love vs Addiction – there’s a huge difference. An addict often creates a relationship that is co-dependent. A well-balanced person creates one that is healthy.
I just gave a reading to a male client where I saw the guy he recently split up with is not his twin flame and that he’s not going to get back together with the ex-boyfriend. The next thing I know I’m being attacked and told that I’m not a psychic. The desperation in some people to be loved is incredible.
Love is a Drug
Love is a drug. The endorphins that are released in the ‘falling in love’ stage of a relationship are addictive. When those endorphins settle down, the only way to keep the drug-high is to create drama. This is what usually leads to the destruction of the relationship.
To these people, a broken relationship means that they no longer have access to their drug. They become angry and attack when they don’t hear what they want. It threatens their hopes and dreams and shakes them to their core. They don’t want it to be true because their hopes and expectations will collapse if it is. They have built so much of their own self-worth around having this person in their life that they can’t bear the thought that they will have to go on without them.
Why would the boyfriend block him on every social media account and app, and change his phone number if he really wanted to be with my client? The boyfriend is a heavy weed-user, so he’s addicted to weed and my client is addicted to him. My client is obsessed and only wants to hear what he wants to hear. It’s a very sad world when it’s that important to someone that they will become aggressive and attack the messenger. Really, what it shows is that the client is nowhere near ready for a twin flame relationship. The boyfriend certainly isn’t.
Twin Flame Relationships
Now, the biggest issue here for me is when other psychics who really don’t understand what level a person has to be at to have a twin flame relationship tell their clients that the one who is the object of their affection is their twin flame. I wish that they would research it more and gain an understanding of the rarity of twin flame relationships. There is a huge difference between love and addiction. A person who is addicted in one way or another to one thing or another is likely to get addicted to love too, and that creates a relationship that is co-dependent, not a relationship that is healthy.
No co-dependent relationship is a twin flame relationship. None. No matter how often the lady or gent says that they KNOW that their lover is their twin flame. Talking yourself into believing that your lover is your twin flame isn’t going to change the fact that you’re addicted and need help to break the pattern of loving out of addiction, not out of a generous heart. There’s a huge difference in those two kinds of love and a twin flame relationship cannot grow in an environment of addiction.
Psychic readers: please stop telling people that they have a twin flame relationship, please! All that you are doing is perpetuating their addiction. Because you tell these addicts that the man or woman who is the object of their affection is their twin flame, I have to suffer at the hands of their disappointment when I inform the person that this isn’t true. I’m the one who gets attacked. Just stop perpetuating the bullshit, would you? Please. And if you’re doing it because it earns you more money, then shame on you! Shame, shame, shame on you!!!
Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
To read articles that will help you to develop your skills at taking part in a relationship, please click here. You’ll be taken to the blog for the foundation that I have begun which helps women and men to leave violent relationships.
You’ll find articles there that will teach you how to discern the right partner for you. Also how to maintain the relationship, and how to leave should he or she be treating you badly. You will also find articles that explain how to recognise when you are addicted to someone and when it is true love. Don’t fool yourself. Don’t play games with your own mind. Be honest and face facts. Sometimes you aren’t in love. Sometimes he isn’t either. Sometimes you’re just addicted, and that’s all there is to it.