People might not hate you. But if they do, this could be why.
Your card: Ace of Wands
You’re great at following your heart, and you do it all the time with total abandon. But that can be hella annoying for the people in your life who wish you would just stick to something and see it through instead of flitting from one idea to the next. Honestly, you can be pretty exhausting.
Your card: 3 of Cups
You thrive on friendship and community, but sometimes people wish you could make a decision or get through a tough time on your own. You’re always looking for your tight knit group to help you through, but they need time to help themselves, too. In other words, you’re the needy one in the group.
Your card: The Hierophant
You’re often so stuck in tradition and how things are “supposed to be,” that people get annoying with how rigid you can be. Quit getting on people’s cases just because they didn’t do something the way you think they should. No one likes judgement.
Your card: King of Swords
You sometimes feel like the authority on emotional growth and well-being–so much so that people feel judged by you if they aren’t “doing it right.” Emotions aren’t a contest. Just because you wear your heart on your sleeve doesn’t mean others aren’t also feeling something.
Your card: 3 of Swords
When something doesn’t go your way, it’s all-consuming. Your grief over every little thing becomes all you ever talk about. Your friends are tired of you always steering the conversations to what’s wrong in your life. Heartbreak sucks for everyone, but if you don’t stop spreading yours, people will start avoiding you.
Your card: 7 of Pentacles
You’re always go, go, go. If you don’t feel like you’re making progress, you automatically feel like you’re stuck and something’s wrong. Having goals is great, but your intensity in achieving them is intimidating. It’s exhausting to be around, so you’re not the first person people think of when they just want to chill with friends.
Your card: Knight of Cups
You seem to romanticize every aspect of your life. While it can be cute, when you start to romanticize going to the DMV or tripping on a tree root, your friends’ eyes will start rolling into oblivion. It’s quirky and cute until you start doing it to everything. Then it’s just annoying.
Your card: Ace of Pentacles
It’s all or nothing for you. You’re either going full-steam-ahead on projects and goals, or you give up on them entirely–there’s no between. Which means that any little setback completely takes your motivation away. Being around you can feel like whiplash sometimes.
Your card: Strength
You don’t have to be strong all the time. You act like you have no weaknesses, but everyone does. Unless you start being vulnerable, people in your life will always feel like you’re keeping them at arms’ length. Let your walls down a little or you’ll never make deep connections.
Your card: The Tower
It’s the chaos. It’s the drama. It’s the fact that when something’s going wrong, you treat it like the world is burning. Your drama shouldn’t be other people’s drama. And in fact, is this situation really worthy of all the drama in the first place?
Your card: The Magician
You’re on a journey of change and personal growth. Cool. But you haven’t given space for anything else, especially your social life. If you don’t want a ton of friends, fine. But if you do, you’ll have to actually leave space in your personal journey for people to enter it.
Your card: Two of Pentacles
You’re over-committed and disorganized. You say yes to so many things that you’re always overwhelmed and on the verge of burnout. People can feel that frazzled energy when you get together, and it rubs off on them. Get a handle on it or people will start slow-ghosting you.