Before we conclude, let’s take a look at how you answered the questions from the last Topic. Please keep in mind that each person, relationship and situation is unique. If you would like for me to look specifically into your situation, just click on my call button to the right (or here): Call Gabriel.
My Messengers and I are here to help you, and can tell you what he’s feeling, and if (or when) he will contact you.
If you scored 0 points, then truthfully, he may not be feeling connected to you. You deserve to be treated as his queen! If he’s going through some issues right now, give him space to figure things out–but don’t waste another precious teardrop on him… and if you’ve been trying to establish contact with him (or those connected to him), STOP, because this may only push him further away. Live your life by enjoying every single moment and by not sitting around staring at your phone waiting for his contact. If you would like to read his emotions, my Messengers and I are here to help you.
If you scored 1-2 points, then he is thinking of you, however, he may be working on some issue. In this topic, scoring 1-2 points means that he is most likely feeling a connection to you, but needs to get his life in order. Give him some space, and go live and enjoy your life. You’ll be hearing from him in time.
If you scored 3-4 points, then you can be sure that he is missing the connection with you, and contact may come very soon. Four points is the best score in this topic. You’re not alone in your feelings for him, they are reciprocated.
If you scored 5 points, then he is thinking of you probably more often than you are thinking of him. You obviously have a connection, however, scoring all 5 points in this topic suggests that it might not be a healthy connection. He is stalking, and this may become a dangerous situation for you and those you care for. Don’t stay silent; this is abuse! YOU have nothing to be embarrassed about. You are being victimized and that’s the opposite of love. If you are having trouble coping, you may want to seek counseling. Also, keep very detailed records and make copies. Contact The National Center for Victims of Crime; their phone number is: (202) 467-8700.
When Will He Call?
Count ALL of your points from the three topics and go to the next page.