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Julie Farha has teamed up with NUGL to help answer life’s hardest questions and help guide our community to walk a more clear path. If you have a question for Julie about how you can better yourself or your situation please ask in the comments below. This information is for human interest purposes only and should not be considered a replacement for advice from a licensed medical professional.

About Julie Farha

As a recognized intuitive, speaker, and author, Julie Farha has become one of the Nation’s most sought out intuition experts. Julie sees what you can’t always see so that you have a full understanding of things. Once you have this “clear insight”, you have more peace, confidence, and clear action.

Julie also teaches how your intuition works, with her method Tangible Intuition© so you can tap into this inner wisdom anytime you need guidance. Everyone has intuition. Many simply don’t trust it or know how to recognize it. Your intuition is always right and helps you make the right decision every time! Julie understands the importance of intuition and teaches people and companies on how to apply it to everyday life and decision making.

Working with Julie, you can receive clear insight on issues involving any area of your life, such as:

  • Relationships with significant others, family, children, co-workers
  • Work, career, business decisions
  • Making and managing change
  • Becoming more self-actualized

To learn more about Julie, please visit her website at juliefarha.com

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Nonbest-friend

Dear Julie, Help. I have a long-time friend of 20 years who calls me her “best friend”. I don’t see us as that close nor do I want to be. She can be a good friend at times but most of the time it seems to always be about her. This is one example of how she makes it about herself: She texted me on my birthday one year. When I didn’t respond to her text – she replied a few months later asking what she had done wrong. She said, “it seems like you don’t need me anymore”. I… Read more »

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Anonymous Cannabrother, LBC

Hey Julie,

I have been having a bit of a rough time maintaining a balance between work and personal life, especially living in Long Beach, CA and working in this legal cannabis industry that I have dreamed of for so long! I love the new people and opportunities I’ve got in this space, but I’m worried that it’s holding me back from personal goals; like establishing a long term relationship with a partner I could settle down with. Do you have advice about how to decide which boundaries to set between personal and professional goals, so that both can flourish?

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