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Spread Your New Year Branches and Roots

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Whoever planted the trees in my neighborhood when it was first established, planted them too close together. They didn’t allow for the growth that happens over the decades. Neither gets to grow to their full potential.

Either one is smaller and the other is taller and the smaller one is getting too much shade, or they simply cannot grow properly because their branches keep hitting each other and they never get to spread.

They can never become the fully formed tree Mother Nature wanted them to be. This is often the case with our partners. That is why long-term marriages break up.

Couples who plant each other so closely in their early life lose the ability to grow. Both people feel they are unable to spread their branches and find out how big their lives can be.

There is a need to branch out right now.

Are you in the midst of a divorce or separation? Once you get past the pain, you will grow. Bigger and stronger than ever because no one is crowding your dreams.

A little known fact is that most trees’ roots spread out three times wider than the widest branch! Do you feel “short-rooted?” Well, guess what? That’s about to change in a major way so don’t despair heading into the new year.

Expanding our vision as we grow taller, we find a refreshed point of view inside ourselves. Hemmed in hopes now face the sun!

Nurturing those notions and acting upon them, we find a readiness to talk. To share our deeply rooted ideas and opinions for the world to hear.

If a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? It doesn’t matter because we are growing, not falling, and so ready to stand sturdy and tall with no restrictions.

We all go through major life transitions when relationships end… Through this website, I will share my thoughts as I walk the path of “New-Self” discovery. It doesn’t matter which side of 50 you are on. The real question is, Are you ready to live life? To forge a Path of Your Own Making (For a change!)? Then stop dwelling over the What-Might-Have-Beens and join me. Share your thoughts here, comment on mine, and let’s do this together!

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