Otherworldly: Reading for Problem Clients
Please join Tchipakkan on CTCW’s Otherworldly on Zoom this Wednesday, September 7th, 2022, at 8 PM Eastern time.
This week I have invited several fellow readers to join me to share stories and techniques on how to deal with Problem Clients. The idea for this show was suggested by another reader who wanted to hear about dealing with clients who show up for the reading drunk. (I’m thinking they may read at parties and faires.) It expanded as we discussed it to include those who were stoned, coming to give the reader a hard time, or in some other way non compos mentis.
What do you do? I hope Lyrion, Catherine, Amy, Sha, and other friends who are experienced readers will make it, and join in the discussion. But if you have experiences or advice (or questions) to throw in, please join us too!
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I can well imagine that a bunch of soldiers, together, would be a really hard audience for a reader!
I was fascinated by the number of paintings on the web portraying readings, with cards, palms, tea leaves… I think it’s because it offers the chance for the artist to show the clients reactions. (as in the meme “It says here it’s your own damned fault.” “Bitch, you’d better reshuffle!”)