Perhaps you just lost your job and didn't see it coming. Maybe your relationship partner decided to end the relationship or starting acting "strange". Or possibly you started getting lots of unexpected expenses and your finances began getting out of control. Or it could be, as happened to me, that the whole lot start happening all at the same time.
If you're lucky and have friends who listen then that can be a great way to talk over what's happening and to try and make sense of it. Family too can lend a sympathetic ear. Yet because they love and care for us their advice isn't always impartial. And sometimes you don't actually want advice: you don't want someone telling you what to do or steering you in a particular direction. What you want is to be able to make sense of things and regain your own balance.
That's when having a tarot reading can help. The reader is impartial. They have no relationship with you outside of the reading and so nothing to influence what they are seeing in the cards. A good tarot card reader is there to empower you, to help you gain insight into what is happening around you. They will be able to tune into the energies that are around you and into the situation. When you ask a question of the tarot and focus on what you are asking it helps me, as a reader, to look clearly at what the tarot cards are saying.
A tarot reading is focused directly on you and what is happening right here, right now in your life and how you can achieve the best possible outcome for yourself. It gives you the space and clarity and insight to know how to move forwards.
A tarot reading can be an insightful and empowering friend. I often use my tarot cards at the beginning of my day to ask what I need to know that day, to have greater awareness of what is happening around me and alert me of any possible hiccups and to open my intuition.