Severe anxiety over palm lines…32weeks pregnant?
Ok so to make a long story short – I’m 32 weeks pregnant and on strict bed rest due to cerclage. I was bored oneday and started reading a book on palmistry – i got really into it and couldnt stop googling palmistry!!…
I discovered that I have Very faint child lines – some even have crosses and circles ( believe they are called islands) which is very bad – meaning my baby either wont be born or will be born but wont survive…i’m so scared…I’m extremely anxious now and sometimes depressed even….what do i do…i cant find anything online that says palmistry is wrong….i’m freaking out…
please i need some good advise….
Suggestion by Alex DeLarge
Screw modern medical science, you have palm lines!
Suggestion by Vintage Barbie
Palmistry is bull****.
Suggestion by hawkguy
Your baby won’t survive. It will grow up and eventually die. Its a fact of life
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palmistry question? lol?
ok im not usually into this kinda thing but i found a palmistry reading to be true about me so I decided to check it out lol.
Anyway I was really intrigued by child lines :S Its like sometimes I can see them and sometimes I cant, on me theyre like really really faint :S
Someone told me this means my kids will be girls?
I know thats wierd, its just I can make sense of all the lines except those ones 😛
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I was just reading about this for the 1st time in-depth today myself. Funny? Anyways…from the book I have which is called “The Magic of Palm Reading” by Ian Alan is states that your “children lines” are from an ancient form of Chinese Palm reading and it states: “Children Lines: The formation reveals the number and gender of your children. If the lines are deep, broad and well-defined they foretell the arrival of sons. However if the lines are narrow and fine then daughters are destined. The number of lines in this formation indicates the number of children the subject is destined to have”.
Hopes this helps.
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