They say opposites attract. Could that have to do with their astrological charts, something else, or could that be wrong? New research provides evidence that partners are more similar in psychiatric status than chance would predict. The idea that opposites attract may seem to hold true often enough, but it is definitely not the whole story. When it comes to choosing a partner, people actually tend to pair up with those similar to them, in qualities ranging from height and weight to education, income and personality. In other words, people seek someone who a reflection of them - their grids for experience aligning. I've blogged ... endlessly ... about people with emotional problems seeking someone with the same conditions to help and heal each other and eventually, if possible, create understanding, before one or both burn out.
Chemistry in any physical relationship doesn't always work that way. I've read women who married very normal productive males, have a great life and family, yet always felt something was missing. They have created a "safe" experience. Years later ... enter the man who has all sorts of challenges from ADD to emotional problems and substance-abuse issues, but the chemistry between them is very powerful. A torrid affair ensues. The woman comes to me to help her make a decision by projecting her future timelines to see how things will play out. Should she leave the security of her home to go off with her lover or should she stay? Some women stay - others leave - especially if the man is on the same metaphysical journey. Generally, the affair is the person who opens one's heart which I call a transition person.
Women and men, straight or gay, seeking a spiritual high, get caught up in the catalyzing energy of the moment and tend to forget that their partner is also on a spiritual journey to help heal their own issues. More often than not, my client has opened their heart determined to leave the safe relationship only to discover the new partners' issues and the need to find purpose will get in the way. Eventually, they go separate ways in the telenovelas of the hologram. Will their relationship get renewed for another season? It's all about sponsors, programming, and the movement of consciousness.
Trump, Cruz, Rubio and Kasich take part in what could be the most crucial debate of the 2016 race in Detroit tonight 9 p.m. Eastern, Fox News. Ben Carson appears ready to withdraw from the race and won't be there. Scared Republicans, including the 2012 nominee Mitt Romney, who are alarmed by Trump's success are focusing on denying him the 1,237 delegates he needs to clinch the nomination.
News anchor Megyn Kelly returns to spice things up - so the ratings should be off-the-charts though most of us are tired of the debates. I'm recording the debate, as I can't stand listening to Cruz and Rubio. What can they add that hasn't already been said? Will Donald and Megyn be civil to each other? I think so, with lots of humor. The race has changed since their first encounter last summer with most people knowing where it's all going. Trump is now more confident and will just let everything roll off though we know confrontational Trump will surface from time to time. With only four people on stage tonight, maybe more will be said about resolving the country's issues. Whatever is said and promised is all going to change as things move forward and reality takes on a new illusion.
Donald Trump releases health care reform plan CNN - March 3, 2016
Donald Trump on Wednesday laid out for the first time how he will reform the U.S. health care system after repeatedly pledging to "repeal and replace Obamacare with something much better." Trump published a seven-point health care reform plan that calls for repealing Obamacare, breaking down state barriers that prevent the sale of health insurance across state lines and making individuals' health insurance premium payments fully tax deductible.