People usually do not remember all the good things you tell them they remember the bad. What kind of fortune-teller are you? A. B. or C.
A. You could say the Tower card is traditionally assigned to a separation and falling beside the Heart card this tells me a relationship will break up. There is no chance of ever getting back together with the person you are involved with because the Scythe card ends the row. It means an abrupt ending.
Now, for one second put yourself in that person’s shoes hearing this information.
Think about how they would receive this reading so far.
B. The Tower card generally points to a separation of sorts. Because it is linked with the Heart card this duo is suggesting a break down in emotional continuity between you and someone else. This appears to be quite a challenging situation. (Relationships are rooted in love, yes, but communication is vital as well.) The Scythe card indicates a cleaning up process will occur in the near future. The pointed part of the Scythe faces away from the Heart card suggesting all is not totally lost.
or C. Our foremothers of fortune-telling would have said, “you will suffer great pain in your heart from a break up. He/She will never come back. Cross my palm with silver and I will put a curse on him/her to never fall in love with anyone else”.