Debra Silverman - Do You Have an Astrology Addiction? We Can Help

Posted on January 31, 2018

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The 12 Steps of Astrology Addiction

Do you have an astrology addiction? Answer these questions to discover the status of your addiction:

  • When you read the newspaper, do you look for the horoscopes?
  • When your friend talks about issues with her husband, do you ask what sign he is?
  • Do you check the planets’ positions and try to figure out what to do with the eclipses and retrogrades and squares?
  • If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may have the beginnings of an astrology addiction. Astrologer Debra Silverman is here to help enable your addiction. Maybe you’ve told yourself that it’s just a phase or even laughed along with your friends when they mock astrology as that new-age mumbo-jumbo or woo-woo. Or maybe you have been dreaming for a long time how to find the time to delve deeply into the study of the stars but you just haven’t found the right teacher to do so. Well, you’re in luck because Debra Silverman is here to help.

    Admitting You Have an Astrology Problem

    Debra teaches astrology and she prides herself in saying: “I feel like a drug dealer.” Because of her classes you may really seriously have an astrology addiction. She’ll foster your learning about the 12 signs, then the four elements and finally the 10 planets. She will supply you with the fun kind of information that will have you begging for more. For the first time Astrology will be easy…and practical. You will study YOU in level one—because the most important step is to learn about yourself first. And then, of course, all the other people in your orbit. Soon enough you will have to admit to someone you love that yes, you have an astrology addiction.

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