I’ve been there, and I’m sure you have too.
For whatever reason, your current relationship situation isn’t quite working out the way you want it to.
Maybe you’re in a relationship and having some problems.
Maybe you’re single and not enjoying it.
Maybe you’ve changed how you feel about the person you’re with.
You look around you at the other people in your life – family, friends, colleagues, even strangers – and we see what they have, and it seems so much better.
Maybe they’re single and you love the idea of all the freedom they seem to have.
Maybe they’re in a relationship that seems to be wonderful, and better than any you’ve ever experienced.
Maybe they’re having an affair and seem to be having the best of both worlds.
We look and it seems like the grass is greener in their field.
I see this all the time, this concept causes people to end their relationship and later regret it, jump into relationships that aren’t right for them, just so they’re not single any more, or choose to cheat on their partner.
But I’m here to tell you that the grass is NEVER greener.
How can I be so sure? Watch the video now to find out…
Tweet the Love… The Grass Is Always Greener Where You Water It @LovePPassion
…and before I get a raft of comments asking if I’m saying that you should never leave a relationship, or give up your single life, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t do either of these things. What I’m saying is before you do, consider both sides of both coins, and make sure the choice you make really is the right one for you.
Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever looked at what someone else has and thought ‘I want that’? Has it led you to make a hasty choice, that you’ve since regretted? Have you jumped into another field to find that the grass isn’t greener, it’s just a different shade of green? Or have you changed your approach to your own relationship, and seen your own grass get greener? Has the video brought up any questions?
Or, is there a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV? What is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?
Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.
Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.
Wishing You Love,