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Thread originally posted on the Aeclectic Tarot Forum on 27 Apr 2004, and now archived in the Forum Library.



closrapexa  27 Apr 2004 
Last night I read for my mother, after several years of not reading for her, and it was a good reading, but made us both uncomfortable after. How do you overcome reading for people who are close to you, spcifically family members? 


yve  27 Apr 2004 
I think that is a common feeling you experience, and I believe that it only takes time and practice to overcome it. I used to feel the same way when reading for my fiance, but don't anymore, however, I still cannot read for myself and I prefer not to read for myself and like to let others read for me as I don't think i'd be objective enough (however, sometimes there is a concern about objectivity when reading for those close to us too) 


cheekyminx  27 Apr 2004 
My sister & I read for one another now & again. But seeming as we know so much about one another it can make a reading a bit more difficult. But every time we've given a reading its always felt fine, keeping our opinions out of it. I don't think I could read for my mother though. That would be a bit too weird.

Each to their own! 


The Reading for Family thread was originally posted on 27 Apr 2004 in the Talking Tarot board, and is now archived in the Forum Library. Read the threads in Talking Tarot, or read more archived threads.

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