Is the grass greener on the other side? (Download)

By Michael Knight

Wednesday 23 June 2010

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Is the grass really greener on the other side?

Many parents seem to think so when they leave the marriage or relationship.

Whilst there are many benefits from being away from a type of partner no longer congenial to the type of life you wish to lead, it is wise to carefully assess the pros and cons of this division as once the bridge is crossed and possibly burnt behind you, there may be no way back.

It may come to pass in time that what you had wasn't really that bad, in fact it may have been damn good, only in need of some work on yourself and the relationship. So don't be hasty and leave without first enlisting the assistance of wise and good people who can shed some positive light on your situation. Seek out advice from those who in fact know, that the other side is not always as green as people often seem to think and make out.

If true love is between the two of you, love can both transform and transcend to levels you will perhaps never have dreamed of, so give the love the effort it deserves, for the rewards can be more than any bank will ever hold.

With love, kindness and peace
Michael

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