Q: Dear Donnarose, I’ve been dating this woman for 2 years. However, at this point, she said she needed some space, and I haven’t heard from her in a week. What are you getting on this? ~ Thanks, Jeremy
A: ~ “Closing the door to accepting and appreciating yourself, opens the door for others to do the same towards you.” ~Donnarose Melvin
Sometimes when a person tells you they need space, the Universe is setting this up, because it’s really you who needs it. Meaning you were starting to lose your inner power, and your happiness was only validated when your girlfriend was doing all the right things. The pressure was felt by her, and the both of you were becoming unbalanced. Energetically, you two are definitely still connected, and she’ll be back. But first you have to get back to remembering who you are again, which is a masterpiece in motion, filled with love.
Also, keep in mind, that before someone can respect and love you, and make you a priority, you have to first make yourself a priority. So in the interim before she returns to you, use this time to nurture and care for yourself. Look in the mirror and accept and embrace what you see, as is. And then build from there if you feel you’d like to improve in some areas. But the key is to focus on you. And when you really start to appreciate who you are, and know you are worthy and deserve respect and loving treatment, your girlfriend will feel this energy from afar, and will come back and give you this very same treatment. So for now, sit back in the canoe, let go of the oars, and stay right where you are…focused on appreciating you.~♥
Q: Dear Donnarose, I’m usually fine with my family members. But then I get angry or really annoyed at them though it may not seem justified. How do I stay in positive mode more often? ~Regards, Karen
A: ~ “To keep your family encounters on an even keel, make sure it’s first for yourself, the love you feel.” ~Donnarose Melvin
It appears that it’s your fluctuating state of energy that’s the culprit. The thing is, when we remain in a positive state of energy where our vibrational frequency is higher, our perspective changes for the better towards our external environment. So, to remain more consistently fine and positive towards your family, you have to first be fine with yourself. When you feel the onset of anger towards your spouse, mother, etc., stop yourself and do an inner self check. Meaning, stop immediately and ask yourself what’s really bothering you. And, often you’ll probably notice a build-up of feeling either unloved, unappreciated, unheard, ignored, etc., by a family member or even someone who’s not related. Then do some peacemaking towards whomever you feel has hurt you, and remember to forgive yourself as well. Then make it a habit to think of something you’re grateful for about yourself, as we sometimes seem to take it out on others when we’re not appreciating ourselves. After doing all the above consistently, you’ll be taking more releasing breaths, and will find yourself being “fine” with your family, (and yourself) much more often. ~♥
Donnarose Melvin is a professional psychic, medium and energy healer, whose pleasure it is to assist clients worldwide. She incorporates knowledge from her degree in psychology, along with her clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient, claircognizant, and empathic gifts to guide her clients towards peace and success. Please send your questions to SoulfullyYoursDonnarose@gmail.com or private message her via facebook: Soulfully Yours Donnarose. She will select questions each month to share with you. Donnarose regrets that unpublished questions cannot be answered individually. If you’d like an intuitive reading, contact Donnarose at the email address above. ~ ♥