Princess Of Staves Reversed-Tarot Card For December 30, 2013

Princess Of Staves Reversed-Description Of The Card: Inconsistency. Overly enthusiastic for the emotional effect. Hyperactivity and not enough focus. Ideas, plans and messages that tend to fizzle out after initial enthusiasm.

Princess Of Staves Reversed-Interpretation Of The Card: This Princess usually, but not always represents a young teenage girl. It can be an older woman as well. When she is reversed she is immature, unreliable and tends to exhibit emotional displays to manipulate people or situations. She is soiled and immature. She likes her own way and demands a lot of attention. This card can also indicate someone who is a faithless lover, she has a long list of complaints and brings bad news. In some cases, there could be learning disabilities. If this is the case, make sure she is getting proper help for these issues. If this is not the case and you have this young woman in your life, she is in need of structure and responsibilities in her life. If she does not have this structure at home, life is going to be very unhappy for her when she is an adult. She will have to learn these lessons the hard way. Set limits for her and do not allow her to manipulate you with tantrums. She will survive the process and grow up to be a well-rounded person. This can be a difficult process to be sure and will require a great deal of patience on your part. But, the outcome is well worth it!

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Much love and light to you and have a blessed day! Queen Of Hearts

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