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My son (Jack) has always been a spoilt brat since his childhood. He was given all the luxury which he demanded that has consequently made him stubborn and short tempered. He is reluctant to listen to anyone and wants everything the way he wants, me and my wife are disappointed due to his behavior. As he is our eldest child and a teenager we're afraid how he would survive in the world with this temper. Can you suggest anything to him?
Asked By: Mark Mistrioty on Mon, Feb 29th 2016, 05:11 1 answers Category: Anger
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Hii, MARK I think your son has something in his mind that makes him short-tempered and stubborn. I calculated his name numerology to understand his mental and emotional state in a better way. As an astrologer, I can say gemstone help to root out anger and manages the disturbing emotional as well as mental body of your son. My knowledge of the healing crystals helps me to assist your son with a perfect stone that will help him to control moreover overcome his anger. I am suggesting your child wear Apophyllite as his name numerology is 7. It shows that you possess the traits of people born under the influence of number 7. This figure is ruled by the planet the Neptune that makes him an individual who loves to work alone. Further, he is vast, spiritual and spacious and face trouble in expressing his feelings. The calming energies of Apophyllite help your son to release his suppressed emotions, alleviate his anger and understand the situation. Further, this stone attracts positivity in his life. Apophyllite too provides him an inner strength in order to deal with his emotional issues, especially anger and helps him to intone his personal sentiments.
Answered By: Miss Mittens on Mon, Feb 29th 2016, 05:28
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