You were out on a date, or out with a friend. By all accounts, it seemed as though you had a good night. You felt a bit tired, but you figured it must be due to the demands placed on you at work. The next morning, you open your eyes and immediately sense something is wrong. You feel as though someone hit you in the head with a baseball bat. You try to get out of bed, but can’t. Your head feels heavy, not quite a headache, it's a feeling that drops you back onto your pillow for some much-needed rest. This my dear friends, is an energy hangover, and it is not fun.
Addie, it is advisable that you don't trust people easily in this current time. There is no doubt that people can reach at any level to gain an advantage on their behalf. Hence you should be taking the time to get to know people in the most genuine way. With all that is coming your way you must choose your friends wisely. I implore you to do this."
While psychics can be really great tools for helping you when in a jam and really needing someone to help you make sense of things that often don’t make sense, there is no place like home. Turning in to your heart in that quiet place where that small voice lives is something I would strongly advise you do. You should never trust anyone 100%. Even moi, who has had hundreds of readings has never listened to anything that didn't resonate with my intuition. Learning to trust your own guidance is the single-most important step for understanding who you are and why you came here, and a must if you are going to dabble in the world of psychics.