Relationship advice is much sought after. Most of the people who seek out advice from strangers are wanting help with relationship issues. They are wanting to get together with someone they like a lot, or they are in a relationship and it has troubles that they hope can get resolved if they get the right advice. Advice on relationships is at the top of the list when people seek out advice, it comes before work, money and health. Even if the person is homeless and penniless it will be their relationship that concerns them most.

Perhaps this is because people get into more of a tizz when it is about being in love. Perhaps it is because we can actually make decisions about our love lives while we might have to wait to see what happens about our jobs and housing situations. Our emotional and mental happiness and welfare is just as important as our physical health and it can affect how we feel physically. I have known of people who have ended up with awful physical symptoms such as feeling nauseous, dizzy, migraines, stomach aches and similar complaints simply because they were lonely, depressed, sad or worried.

But this brings me to the dark side of this. It is all very well asking for advice but you have to make sure you ask the right person, someone who cares and who gives excellent advice. To give advice to someone who has a relationship issue is a massive responsibility. It is not enough to care we have to know that the advice given is good and worth having too. Anyone who is going through a bad time needs to be able to trust the person they turn to to be putting their needs first.

This is why I set up The Association of Agony Aunts. I find it irresponsible that people with no proper training or expertise are legally allowed to set themselves up as an agony aunt, offering advice to people in need, when many of them are not really able to achieve it and give the help needed. Many years ago I made sure I was thoroughly tested, the Press, experts and other professionals vouched for me, otherwise I would not have continued to ask strangers to trust me with their problems nor had the cheek to ask them for money for that advice, I would have stepped down and accepted that my advice was not really worth having.

People who come to me for a job have to be properly trained elsewhere or by me and properly and fully tested before they are allowed to give "advice" to people who need it. Otherwise there is a risk that the information or advice they give is doing more damage than it is helping. And I know that when a person is suffering and upset the last thing they need is to turn to someone for guidance and get the wrong information, they will feel even worse then. If you go to an advice forum, like the ones you can see on my website, you can get support and free advice from others like you, but when you are going to a supposed expert you expect that advice to be the best and to sort out your problem for you properly and quickly.

99% of clients who consult an online or face to face expert are female. And of those 80% are females that are under the age of 25? Did you know that of those 80% are single or dating and have never been married or had a baby? Some of these girls are not able to talk to family or friends, they have no support elsewhere, making it an even bigger responsibility. at http://www.accuratepsychicreadingsonline.com.

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Charlotte Craig, President of The Association of Agony Aunts, http://accuratepsychicreadingsonline.com. 1 2 1s by phone and email. Forum. Recommended by experts, professionals, the Press, celebrities.