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Should You Tell About Your Love Spell?

Updated on August 20, 2010

Are Love Spells Something To Be Ashamed Of?

So you've cast a love spell, and the person that you've been longing to be with has duly fallen in love with you. Life is wonderful - the two of you are very happy together, and the future is looking bright. There's just one question that won't go away, hanging around at the back of your mind like a bad smell‚ "Should I tell them I used a spell?"

The dilemma is easy to understand. You have no idea how your lover is going to react if you reveal to them that you used love spells to make them fall in love with you. Maybe they won't care, after all, they are in love with you and happy to be with you. On the other hand, maybe they will feel like they've been used and manipulated.

The easy thing to do would be to keep quiet. Why rock the boat? But for some people, that's impossible, as they feel guilty at using uncommon means to have attracted their partner. For Alan, that was the case.

"With each day that passed, I felt like I was being more and more dishonest by not telling my girlfriend that I used a love spell on her." He explains. "I felt like I had used underhand means to make her to fall in love with me. We were desperately happy together, and she kept telling me that she thought I was a gift sent to her by a higher authority. How could I let her to keep thinking that?"

His guilt eventually became overpowering, and he decided to tell his girlfriend the truth. "I was a little sneaky in the way I went about it, " he says. "I took her to a lovely restaurant that i knew would be busy, in the hope that if she reacted badly, she wouldn't make a scene in public.

"As it happens, I had nothing to worry about. I told her about the spell, and she almost seemed relieved. She told me that she had never really understood why she had fallen for me so suddenly, but now she knew about the spell it all made sense. She wasn't unhappy about the spell, she said she didn't care what brought us together, she was just happy we were. I was so relieved I cried at the table!"

His story is not unusual. In fact, in almost all the cases I've dealt with (and I have dealt with a great many), the fact a love spell has been used has never been a problem.

You see, a spell is just one of many ways people can use to attract a mate. Some people prefer fancy clothes and makeup. Others like to drive round in expensive cars and flash their cash. Others go as far as to use plastic surgery to alter their appearance. To some extent, we all go out of our way to attract someone we are interested in. A love spell is just another means of attraction.

There's never any shame in admitting to your partner the means you used to attract them to you. Of course, the decision of whether you tell them or not is a personal one, and for many people they wouldn't consider it and they're happy with that. But if you've used a spell and you feel you need to tell, then my advice is go for it! You'll probably be surprised by the positive reaction you get. 


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    • voodoospell profile image


      7 years ago from 1958 South 950 East Provo

      After read this hub i Complete believe in love spell its really work a lot.

    • LillyGrillzit profile image

      Lori J Latimer 

      8 years ago from The River Valley, Arkansas

      This Hub is very enjoyable. I have read so many fictional accounts of witches and wizards...there is something tickling the edge of my brain, a recent read, where this old harpy keeps making spells to gain young lovers, "their jaws held dumbly, as they are led like lambs to the slaughter...(?)", and a younger witch of the same family, refuses to use a spell because she wants 'True Love'. I like the comparrison you make, how other ways that people use to attract a mate is really no different. One of my favorite movies is Love Potion #9. I love good Magick!


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