It is never too early to practice psychic etiquette. Deciding where and when to divulge sensitive information can be a touchy topic, especially when itís personal.
One of the harder lessons to learn about psychic abilities is that not everything we receive is going to be wonderful or needs to be shared the moment we receive it. In fact, many times there is little if anything that can be done and more often than not is an impression rather than something specifically meant for us to intervene.
When it comes to information you recieve about those close to us, unless they have confided that they would like your input, it is probably best not to divulge what you feel.
Say for instance, after running into a friend you feel certain that something just doesnít feel right. After some time has passed you run into this same friendís significant other and feel uneasy. You may not be certain that an affair has taken place but still can not shake the feeling something is wrong.
Though you may feel as if you are helping sharing insight before either party is ready for the topic to be addressed can actually set the person back or even trigger an adverse reaction to the friendship itself. It could be information the persons involved want no one else to know about or send either person over an emotional edge they are not able to handle.
If you feel a sense of urgency, it can be better to meditate on the issues at hand asking for guidance from your guides as well as those guides from the person you are concerned about. Remove yourself from the situation by taking a walk or going to the lake; somewhere you feel connected to your higher source and reasess the situation again.
When there is a broader issue at stake needing attention, usually even more detailed information will come through again and again until an opportunity to approach the issues presents itself.
There is nothing wrong with asking how things are going with your friend. This may lead to an open for your friend to weigh what's on their mind, possibly confiding something that is bothering them. If they know what you do they may ask themselves for help or insight. It will be up to you to draw the personal and professional boundaries that may be necessary.
If you are really struggling with whether or not to tell someone what you know remember, what we want to unfold and what has yet to be gained in learning are two different things. We are never meant to take on more responsibility than our roles here on this planet intended as fellow friend and spirit being.