B&B spoilers show that Deacon Sharpe has growing feelings for the homicidal nurse, Sheila Carter. This isn’t the first time that Deacon has fallen for the wrong gal. Will it be his last? I, Sybil the Psychic, plan to look into his future to see what’s in store for Deacon and his love life.
B&B Spoilers: Deacon Sharpe’s Next Move
By examining the crystal ball, laying out the cards, and reading the tea leaves, I plan to predict what’s coming up for Deacon (Sean Kanan). But I make no promises because, let’s face it — it’s not an exact science (and I’m not really that…talented). Okay, Let’s take a plunge into the unknown.
The crystal ball shows that Deacon’s past is riddled with the wrong choices. Whether it was hooking up with naughty girl Amber Moore (Adrienne Frantz), or cheating on Bridget with her mother, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang), resulting in her pregnancy, having an affair with Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) while struggling with their alcohol addiction, or bashing Diane Jenkins (played by Maura West at the time) in the head to cover up for Nikki’s involvement, Deacon isn’t known for his smart moves.
Time spent in prison didn’t cure him of self-sabotage as he fell into the arms of the scheming and murderous Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown). The crystal ball shows that it looks like Deacon is set to put a new plan in motion for Sheila, which will surely go sideways. Will it, though? Let’s see what the cards have to say.
B&B Spoilers: Better Choices Make A Better Outcome
Deacon pulled the Hierophant card, which signifies that it is time for teaching and guidance. Time for this bad boy to lean toward conforming to the society he turns his nose up to and finding happiness in the process. Upon reflection, will Deacon see where he took the wrong road in the past and take the high road in the future? Can he leave the bad boy image (and the bad girls that came with it) behind?
B&B spoilers show that Deacon has always been an impulsive opportunist. With his purchase of Il Giardino, Deacon has the opportunity to make good on his promise to be a better man. True, Sheila helped him with the purchase, but after she left him for Bill Spencer (Don Diamont), does he truly owe her anything? Can he break from the web he has caught himself in? Perhaps, with some support, he can build a respectable life and find true love. Perhaps he can embrace a more traditional life in his own maverick way and find a better outcome than he has paved in the past. Regardless, I, Sybil the Psychic, believe that Deacon can be a better man if he applies himself.
Further Into Deacon Sharpe’s Future
In reading these tea leaves, I, Sybil the Psychic, spy a blurred Anchor, which warns the outcome is indistinct. It is time for Deacon to dream a bigger dream for himself and believe he is deserving of a more positive future. He can no longer continue to make the same mistakes. He needs to walk the talk and start being a better man and not just talk about it. No time like the present to turn the tides.
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