Because a lot of people think that when the psychic is either giving the prediction that you are going to make this move, they think that it means it’s because it’s going to be all warm and fuzzy.  A lot of times what they’re seeing is, “Yes, this is what’s going to happen,” but the prediction is leading to growth.  So a lot of times you might get fired from a job, “Oh why didn’t the psychic tell me about that?”
Now, of course, in that case he had lots of people telling him the same thing, it’s not just one.  But just one person, because psychics and mediums, to many people, know so much and are potentially all-knowing.  They’re not, but people often think that they are and they give their power away.  If a psychic or medium made a prediction that suggested something was going to come true, a lot of times, the power of suggestion alone can make that happen. You want to watch out for that as well.  You don’t want to make something happen because it was predicted to you.  You can do that unconsciously.
In a 2016 article "The Hollywood Medium has a secret," Ryan Houlihan describes and analyses the Tyler Henry phenomenon from a skeptical perceptive. He explains how Tyler uses cold reading, and likely hot reading techniques as well, to give the illusion of psychic powers. Houlihan attributes Henry's success to the gullibility of celebrities as well as the media: "Henry's shtick is polished, but it only works because he has such great support. Besides the celebrities he interviews, Henry seems to have the full-throated endorsement of the entertainment press."[14] Houlihan concludes his article with: 
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