Your loved ones are at peace and happily watching over you, says our psychic
QMy husband’s uncle chose to split his inheritance among his nieces and nephews, but some older family members have become very bitter about not receiving money and it’s starting to tear the family apart. Can our uncle see what’s happening? How can we stop things from getting any worse? My heart hurts...
True colours, via email.
AI’ve seen it many times. Money and greed have a way of dividing families – it’s very sad.
Let the older family members make their own money. Ignore their whining – the people who act like that are those who are unsatisfied with their own lives.
Until your unhappy family members let go of their bitterness, it will be hard to move forward. As they say, time heals all wounds. So, instead, learn from this and make sure your will is the way you want it to be, so you will have no regrets.
Your uncle can see you – he knows you’re grateful to him and he happily watches you enjoy his generosity.
QMy nephew had an awful death. He was always a cheeky, but a sensitive kid and I want him to know that he was very much loved by the family. Was there something we should have been aware of or could we have been more help? He didn’t deserve to die the way he did. Is he happy now?
Wendy, via email.
AWendy, I’m so sorry for your loss – it is hard to understand. Sensitive beings often feel like they can’t handle the world and all of its complexities. It’s normal to go back in your mind and search for some sign or some moment that should have set off alarm bells that your nephew was in trouble. Unfortunately, there aren’t always signs.
Please don’t blame yourself. Your nephew no longer feels empty or isolated in his pain, his energy is balanced. He now spends time around family who preceded him in death, as well as his living family. He can move between both worlds and experience all who love him.
QI’ve been married for over 30 years and my husband and I have not been intimate for 20 years, due to his indiscretions. We remain living together for financial reasons. Now he has dementia, his family don’t want to know about it. I’m his sole carer. Is this my lot for the rest of my life or will I find some peace?
Chris, via email.
AChris, you chose to stay with your husband without healing the rift. When you stay together for financial reasons, you agree to a loveless marriage. The deal you made 20 years ago will entitle you to his possessions, providing you some level of financial stability.
Take time for yourself and your wellbeing.