Change is often the answerLos Angeles Post-Examiner

Change is often the answer

It has happened to all of us — the great relationship, turns into the good relationship, which turns into the not so great relationship, which then turns into something you don’t even recognize. Time changes things and believe it or not people change; just imagine the you that you were a year ago.

Taste buds change, friendships change, we as people change; so why can’t a relationship?

That being said — change requires a change and that applies to relationships too. People are often creatures of habit so when a relationship is bad, it often remains that way, unless you make a change. It is important to know how valuable you and your opinions, thoughts and desires are. If you are aware of these things, then you’ll learn to acquire what you deserve and nothing less.

It always seems impossible at the beginning of a change, but there is always a silver lining and there is always light at the end of the tunnel. No one deserves to be in a relationship wherein they feel unhappy or alone. If that is you, or someone you know, offer to be the change that you or that person needs. Start small if you’re afraid to tackle a major change in your life. It can make all the difference in the world. Cheers!



About the author

Kendra Richardson

Starting at a young age, Kendra Richardson began writing probably around the time she started speaking. All children have hobbies but for as long as she can remember writing has been a passion that ignited a fire that had to burn. Kendra was born and raised in the South and has had a very impressive career. At the age of 22 she began writing on the West Coast for publications in Beverly Hills and San Francisco. She wrote on the East Coast for magazines in North Carolina and became published in Europe for a magazine in Italy and a poetry collection in England. Kendra has written a variety of literary styles in her 20-year career. While Kendra loves writing she also has a passion for film. She’s currently working on several television projects and enjoys writing the scripts to get those projects from start to finish. She loves the beach, Starbucks, her smartphone and rain while napping. Contact the author.

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