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LPPTV Episode 26 - What 1 secret will make Christmas better for any relationship situation? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

What 1 Secret Will Make Christmas Better For ANY Relationship Situation?

LPPTV Episode 26 - What 1 secret will make Christmas better for any relationship situation? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionChristmas can be a really challenging time for relationships.  It doesn’t seem to matter what your relationship situation is, whether you’re single, you’ve newly met someone or have been together for years, Christmas can create some difficulties.

If you’re single the holiday season can seem to be a minefield of happy couples, relatives questioning when you’re finally going to meet that special someone and celebrations that you’d really rather attend with a plus one.

If you’re in a relationship and things seem to be going well, there can be a pressure to create the ‘Perfect Christmas,’ where everything is magical and each moment is filled with Christmas sparkle.

And if you’re in a relationship where things aren’t as ‘Merry and Bright’ as you would ideally like, the multitude of festive stresses from finances, to gift giving, to spending time with the family and juggling the Christmas cooking can create explosions out of the smallest disagreements.

Everyone at this time of year tends to be looking for advice on how to have the best Christmas possible.  Given that the season is usually about spending time with your nearest and dearest having a secret that can help you to have the best Christmas ever, regardless of your relationship status and situation, is pretty helpful.

So today I share with you the 1 secret that will make your Christmas more enjoyable for you and those around you, regardless of whether you’re single, have just met your partner, or have been together for years. Watch the video now to find out how this secret can help you to have the best Christmas possible…

Tweet the Love… The Best Gift You Can Give This Year Is Simply Being Present @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you. Are you concerned about relationship challenges at Christmas? Are you single and dreading the family gatherings? Are you worried about arguments ruining the festivities? Have you tried what I suggest in the video and found it’s made a real difference? Do you think this would be helpful from your experience? 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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You A Wonderful Christmas Filled With Love, Laughter and Special Memories.

With Love,

Claire x

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How Fast Should You Go From Online Dating To Real Life?

These days, when people are looking to begin dating or meeting new people, they will often give online dating a go.

It’s a great way to meet people who are actively telling you that they’re interested in dating.

It’s also a great way to meet more people then you would in your average week going about your day-to-day life.

But the question I often get asked is how quickly do you move a connection created online to meeting in real life?

Do you want to meet as soon as you connect?

Or do you want to build the connection online first?

As someone who has done quite a bit of online dating in the past, I’ve experienced both, and so I know from first hand experience what works, and what doesn’t, and it might not be what you’re expecting.

So how fast should you wait before moving an online connection into the real world? Watch the video now to find out…

AND if you scroll down, I’ve got a special little message to share with you after today’s episode of LPPTV, with an exciting announcement.

Tweet the Love… As Soon As You’ve Established Interest, Find A Way To Meet @LovePPassion

…and here’s the little announcement that I wanted to share with you as it’s very much connected to today’s episode of LPPTV…

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you done much online dating? Have you waited to connect in person, or have you met straight away? What has your experience been? Which has worked better for you? Which do you think would work best from your experience? 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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 24 - When Does 1+1 in a Relationship Not Equal 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

When Does 1+1 in a Relationship NOT Equal 2?

LPPTV Episode 24 - When Does 1+1 in a Relationship Not Equal 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionGenerally speaking we’ve come to expect that 1+1 equals 2.

So in the majority of monogamous relationships, it would be reasonable to expect that the same principe would apply.

But the reality is that in relationships 1+1 does not always equal 2.

Sometimes it equals 2.

Sometimes it equals 0.

Sometimes it equals way MORE than 2.

So how does this work?

How do you avoid 1+1 equalling 0?

…and how do you create a relationship where 1+1 adds up to WAY more than 2?

Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… The Relationships Where 1+1 = Way More Than 2 Are Where The Magic Is @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever had a situation like the one I described in the video? Have you had 1+1 that equals zero? Have you ever experienced what it’s like to have 1+1 add up to way more than 2? 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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 23 - Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner?

LPPTV Episode 23 - Claire, Do You Ever Argue With Your Partner? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI’ve been working as a coach and mentor for a few years now, and I’ve been asked some interesting questions in that time.

I’ve been asked about dating, sex, unconventional relationships, you name it.

But a few months ago I was asked the question that stopped me dead in my tracks.

“Claire, Do You Ever Argue with Your Partner?”

I stopped, I laughed, and then I gave her my reply.

The honest truth is that I didn’t want to get in front of the camera today.

I didn’t want to record this video.

…and then I realised precisely why I needed to.

Today I share very openly about my own personal relationship, in a way that you won’t hear many relationship experts speaking.

So, the question is DO I ever argue with my partner?

Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… In Order To Take The Best Care Of Your Relationship, First Take Care Of Yourself @LovePPassion

.Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever had a situation like the one I described in the video? Have you noticed a time when you’re arguing more with your partner? Have you tried what I suggested in the video, and have you seen a difference? 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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 22 - Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship?

Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship?

LPPTV Episode 22 - Is Commitment Killing Your Relationship? In my experience, the majority of people at some point in their life will be looking for a long-term, committed relationship.

Someone to spend the rest of their days with.

Someone to grow old with.

Someone to share their life with.

Someone to marry.

Someone to have children with.

Someone who will be there forever.

We get told from the age we can understand words all about ‘happily ever after’, the holy grail of relationships.

…and most people, including relationship experts, will tell you that commitment is a good thing in a relationship.

So today, I’m going to be just a little bit controversial and say that commitment isn’t always a good thing.

In fact, commitment could be killing your relationship.

Want to know why? Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… If You Want Your Partner To Show Up Tomorrow, You Have To Show Up Today @LovePPassion

…and before you start wondering whether I am telling you NOT to be committed in a relationship, it’s not quite as simple as that. But what I will say that if you try what I’ve shared in the video, it has the capacity to transform your relationship completely. This has worked magic for several of my clients and has transformed my own relationship.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you every considered whether commitment could be causing problems in your relationship? Do you recognise any of the situations I mentioned in the video? Have you been desperate to get commitment from your partner, and has it pushed them away? How did you deal with it? Have you tried what I talk about in the video? How did it change things for you? 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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 21 - Is there any such thing as the one

Is There Any Such Thing As ‘The One’?

LPPTV Episode 21 - Is there any such thing as the oneIs he the one for me?

Is she the one for me?

I have been asked by both the young and the old whether there is any such thing as ‘the one’.

In our culture, we seem to be fixated on finding ‘the one’, that one special person who is a perfect fit for us.

…and we tend to believe that if we find ‘the one’ that everything else will be relatively easy. If a relationship is challenging, we can assume that we’ve made a mistake, that they’re not ‘the one’ and therefore want to move on to someone else, afraid we’re wasting our time with the wrong person and that we might be missing out on finding our ‘one’.

I too was always trying to analyse if the person in my life was ‘the one’. For years, each relationship I was constantly checking, analysing, judging…was the person I had in front of me my ‘one’?

I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve had the conversation “Is there any such thing as the one?” and most people have asked themselves this question at some point or another, but rarely do they find an answer.

Have you always been on the look out for the right person? Have you been trying endlessly to find the perfect person to spend the rest of your life with? Is this causing any problems in your current relationship? And more importantly, are you being realistic?

Would you like to know if there’s one perfect person out there for you? Watch today’s video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… Rather than looking for the one, look for the right one for right now @LovePPassion

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you been looking for the one?  Did you think it was possible to find the perfect person? Did this cause any problems in your relationship? Are you always trying to analyse the person who is with you and trying to find out if he/she is the perfect person? Has this ruined your relationship? Have you tried what I mentioned in the video? Did it work for you?  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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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heal broken heart

The 5 most important things to help you deal with a broken heart…

heal broken heartBy now, I’m sure you know that during the course of my life I’ve had to face one of the more difficult challenges that life has to offer more than once…how to deal with a broken heart.

After going through the normal reaction involving tears, above average chocolate consumption and an extra glass of wine here and there, the question I asked myself was “How could this experience help the people that I work with?”

The answer I got was to share with you the 5 most important things to help you deal with a broken heart.

Heartbreak is never easy, always painful and can take some time, so finding ways to make the journey a little more bearable is important.  So, following on from last week’s “How to deal with a broken heart” here are are the 5 most important things to help make the journey a little easier:

1. Feel the emotion – It can be easy to put the barriers up, and close yourself off to try and protect yourself from the pain.  But by doing that you only end up hurting yourself in the long run.  It’s so important to stay open and feel the emotions fully as and when they come up, in order for you to then be able to let them go and begin to heal.  In order to make this a little easier try and remember to stay “R.E.A.L.”

Recognise – Recognise an emotion as it comes up, no judgment, just be aware of how you’re feeling and allow yourself to face it rather than finding some way to distract yourself or avoid it.

Experience – Let yourself feel the emotion completely.  Don’t hold back, just allow yourself to feel how you need to feel.  If you need to cry, cry, if you need to shout, shout, if you want to laugh, laugh…but allow yourself to experience the emotion fully.

Accept – Accept the way that things are.  The situation as it is and what has happened.  Give yourself permission to feel how you feel and accept that it’s ok to feel sad / angry / disappointed / upset or whatever it is that you’re feeling.

Let go – Release the emotion…let it go.  Once you’ve felt it there is no reason to hang onto it anymore, it won’t serve you to do so.

2. Take some space – When you go through a major life change like a breakup, it’s important to give yourself a bit of space.  If possible, don’t make any major decisions for a month or two, to allow yourself to adjust to the changes in your life.  Just give yourself a bit of space and time to feel what you need to feel, begin to heal and work out what you would like for yourself next.

3. Focus on you and your needs – As you no longer have to worry about a partner’s feelings, wants, needs or desires, now is the time to focus on you.  What do you want? What makes you happy?  What makes you smile?  What would you like to do?  I’m not talking about big-picture long-term stuff here, I’m talking about day-to-day, what would make you feel good?  Work out what it is, and make sure that you are meeting your needs and wants.  Whether that’s a walk in the country, a night out dancing, some cave time, or an indulgent day to pamper yourself.

4. Let others be there for you – If you are lucky enough to have people around you who care for you and want to be there for you, let them.  If they were going through a tough time you would want to be able to support them, so let them do the same for you.  Having people around who care about you, even if its just company while you watch a film, can really help.  …and if they give great hugs, even better 🙂

5. Be Kind to yourself – Be gentle with yourself.  Don’t expect yourself to feel instantly better overnight.  Allow yourself the time and space you need to heal…and treat yourself kindly on the journey.

I know firsthand how difficult dealing with heartbreak can be…as you know by now, I’ve faced it a number of times.

But believe me, if you can remember these 5 important things it will make the journey a little easier…and someday soon, after a bit of time for you, you’ll be ready to love again.

With Love,

Claire x

LPPTV Episode 20 - How Can You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

How Do You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship?

LPPTV Episode 20 - How Can You Travel Together Without Ruining Your Relationship? - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI don’t know about you, but I can’t tell you about the number of trips that I’ve been on where a problem with the person I’ve been travelling with has really put a dampener on the trip.

Whether that person was a friend, a family member, a partner or even a stranger I met while on my trip, I can remember challenges with pretty much all of them at some time or another.

I can vividly recall (much to my embarrassment now) arguments in Epcot Centre in Orlando, on the streets of Prague and countless other destinations over the years.

…and unfortunately I’m not alone.

From a recent piece of research, it was discovered that when travelling with a partner, 79% of people have at least 2 big fights on a trip, 62% fight daily and for a shocking 12% of couples the problems on a trip caused a relationship to end.

I’ve also been in that last group too.

But why does travelling with someone else create such challenges?  Well, when you’re together, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it puts a magnifying glass on your relationship.  The good stuff gets better…and the challenges, well, they can seem overwhelming.

So when someone asked me how you can travel with someone, friend, family member, partner, or even someone you’ve just met, without it ruining both your trip and your relationship…and even how the experience of travel can improve your relationship, I had to record an episode of LPPTV to share with you.

So how do you travel together without ruining your relationship?  Watch the video now to find out…

Tweet the Love… In Order To Prevent Challenges When Travelling Make Sure You Communicate @LovePPassion

…and if you’re planning a trip with someone and want even more tips and advice on how travelling together can enhance and improve your trip and your relationship, click here now to see the videos I mention above.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Have you ever travelled with someone else?  How did it go? Was it smooth sailing? Or did you have some problems? Has travelling with someone else ruined a trip? Or a relationship? Have you tried what I mentioned in the video? Did it work for you?  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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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Broken Heart, Heartbreak

How to deal with Heartbreak…

Broken Heart, HeartbreakA question that I get asked on a regular basis is “How do I deal with a broken heart?” and specifically from women “How do I deal with a broken heart and still stay in my feminine?”

As we know, being feminine is about being open and embracing the ability to be vulnerable. So when I first wrote this article several years ago, I shared completely open about my personal situation…

At the time I had recently experienced heartbreak first-hand.

I didn’t go into details, except to say that a few weeks earlier my partner took the decision to leave. …leaving me to deal with a broken heart.

Luckily or unluckily, depending on which way you look at it, this was not my first trip around this merry-go-round. So as painful as it was, at least I knew what to expect.

Every breakup is different, but the emotions are often the same or very similar.

You have either lost or had taken away from you something that you cherished…so there is a real feeling of grief and pain.

Most of us know that there are 5 theoretical stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance (of which I’ve experienced at least 3 in the last few weeks…)

But knowing the stages that you’re going to experience doesn’t actually help you to deal with them.

So how do you deal with it?  …and as a woman, how do you deal with it and still stay in your feminine?

Being open, emotionally connected and vulnerable is painful when you are going through a breakup. But from my own personal experience, the alternative can come back to bite you …

I experienced my first real heartbreak at the age of 24. It was with the first man who I truly loved and who I had moved to a new area of the country to be with.

The split came totally out of the blue for me. I had no idea that it was coming and it was a complete shock.

It was like someone had just pulled the bottom out of my world.

As we lived together, and I had very few friends in the area where we lived, I had to leave in the middle of the night and went back home to my parents’ house.

For three days I completely fell apart.

…and I mean completely and totally fell apart.

I was inconsolable.

The worst part of it wasn’t actually the pain I was experiencing, although it was gut wrenching. As strange as this may sound, the worst part was watching my family watching me going through it.

We have always been a very close family and seeing the pain on their faces, watching me going through it while knowing there was nothing they could do to take it away, was unbearable.

After three days I’d had enough.

I was tired of crying. I was tired of feeling so awful. I was determined to take control again. So given that I was going to be moving to be closer to my friends and family there were plenty of things for me to focus on.

I was focused on getting a new job, finding a flat, anything and everything to distract myself from feeling as bad as I did.

…and for a while it worked.

I moved, I started my new job and began my new life.

Until one day, about 6 months after the split, I was walking back to my car after a long day at the office when it hit me like a freight train.

All of a sudden, I was experiencing all the emotions and pain that I had felt immediately following the split.

I no longer had anything to distract me from it. I hadn’t dealt with it…I’d just buried it.

…and although I’d done a good job, it wasn’t going to stay buried forever.

I was a mess.

I asked all of my friends for help.

“What do I do?”

They all came back with the same reply.

“You just need to deal with it”.

Well, as helpful as that sounded, I was none the wiser. Because I was happy to deal with it, I WANTED to deal with it, I just didn’t know how.

When I asked them “OK, so how do I deal with it?” I got nothing but blank faces in response.

So I muddled my way through and after a rollercoaster couple of years, I eventually felt that I was over it.

Unfortunately this wasn’t my only experience of heartbreak.

A few years later I found myself in exactly the same situation. Another breakup from out of the blue…and another broken heart.

Again, for a few days I totally fell apart…but this time was different.

This time I had the wisdom of “Sex and the City” to guide me through.

Bear with me, it’s not as crazy as it sounds.

You see one day, not long after this second breakup, I was watching an episode of “Sex and the City” which provided me with all the answers I was looking for.

The episode is in season 6 and is called “One”. Charlotte finds out that she is pregnant, but after a brief moment of joy she loses the baby.

She is plunged into a state of depression and Harry (her husband) tells Miranda (one of her best friends) how worried he is about her. He doesn’t know what to do.

Miranda’s response is simple.

“She’ll be ok, she just has to feel it”

Light bulb moment.

You have to feel it.

That’s how you deal with it. You feel it.

What I’ve since learned is that it’s only when you allow yourself to really feel and experience the emotions fully, that you can release them.

Anything else results in just burying the emotions, and no matter how deep you bury them, they will still be there, still hurting you.

What’s worse is at some point they will bubble up to the surface…often when you least expect them to, and usually at an even worse time.

So cry if you need to cry, shout if you need to shout, feel the fear, the pain, the hurt…all of it, as and when it comes up.

…and when you’ve felt it completely, you can then let it go.

Although it might be painful in the short-term…letting yourself feel these emotions means that you can release them and begin to heal.

It doesn’t happen overnight, but it does get you through it as quickly as possible.

So that’s exactly what I’m did when I wrote this article.

I felt what I need to feel, as and when the emotions came up. Acknowledging them, feeling them completely, moving through them and then finally, bit by bit, beginning to release them.

So here I am, a few years later, sharing this article that feels like it was from another lifetime.  I dealt with it, I released it, and I moved on, and after some time, space and healing I attracted a man who is 10 times the man I had experienced this heartbreak with.  The experience taught me what I needed to know, and allowed me to learn, so that now I’m travelling the world with the man I love, helping people to create incredible relationships!

I learned a lot in the process and next week I will be sharing the 5 most important things to help you deal with a broken heart, so watch this space or even better sign up for updates below so you get it sent directly to your inbox!

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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LPPTV Episode 19 - Why The Grass Is Never Greener - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

Why The Grass Is Never Greener…

LPPTV Episode 19 - Why The Grass Is Never Greener - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionI’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.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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