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Unread post Tue May 09, 2017 12:02 am

Alot has changed recently, whatever you pick up on would be greatly appreciated!
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Family, Career, Life


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Unread post Wed May 10, 2017 1:49 am

I get an image of you wrapped in plastic - that is, an outer persona that is not you but which serves to protect you from hurt - or so you think. his mask of yours concerns putting on a brave or smiling face and adopting an "Everything is OK with me!" attitude that belies your inner need for comfort and understanding and help. It means that no one can get close to you or see the real you, so you give off this sense that you don't need anyone. Therefore no one approaches. You even exclude your family to a certain extent. So your relationships can be a bit plastic, a bit unnatural and superficial. If you want truly close and intimate relationships, you are going to have to risk removing the wrapper and showing your vulnerability, the real "you" so that other people can see that you are human just like them. I also sense a lot of negativity in your aura - you need to try to think more positively about yourself and life and eventually you will become that strong happy persona you adopt. Careerwise, I feel you are not built to endure the 'rat race' and may find working from home in some way much easier on your nerves, especially if you have a serene and calm place at home to work.

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