Every Relationship Matters

Every relationship, whether it be good or bad, matters. Why? It is because we grow as individuals and we learn from each and every relationship.

Sometimes we learn what not to do. This happens when we are in a poor relationship, one that is not mutual and where the other person shows us exactly how we ought not to be. It gives example of behaviours we need to avoid if one wants to be happy.

More often than not though, our relationships help us grow as a person, bringing us closer to love and making us think of others before ourselves. These are the kind of positive relationships we should all strive to be in.

Whether it be family, friend, boss or peer, the way we hold ourselves accountable, and how we act, will talk to how the relationship progresses. Only we can decide the part which we play in the relationship.

Some relationships are meant to last a lifetime, others are not. For some we would walk through fire, for others we would not. Which path we take talks to the kind of relationship it is.

You have an important part to play in every interaction with another being. Why? Well, because every relationship matters.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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  1. colincoles2016 – Frome, Somerset, UK – A novel writer, since 2014. Atlantic Hijack, an action thriller was first published then with the author name of Sam Grant. Professional seafaring experience from early life was incorporated into this novel and sea poems. Pre-sea training led to ten year service aboard eight merchant ships, as apprentice and deck officer, before training in retail management and marriage in 1973. The confinement of offices and city centre stores most likely contributed to resigning from retail management and applying to join Royal Mail-ultimately in the role of postal delivery. Later as a work place trainer. Between leaving the sea and starting in retail management, two seasons were passed in the role of deck chair attendant on sea front and beaches. "Dancing on the Beach," a romantic thriller by Sam Grant owes its authenticity in detail to these experiences, in the way that the two action, mystery sea novels owe depiction to earlier, professional sea-going experiences. Good review from Sea Breezes, an international sea journal. A recent novel has reference to the author's postal life experience - Persuasions Price Summer farm life experiences, helping on a relatives farm, is also relevant to background source. Galactic Mission, first (2017) and Part Two -(2020) https://amazon.co.uk/dp/B08LBKHB19 lacks known personal experience of aliens! There are space ships in both novels and innovative creations for earth air sea transport - AS Skaters in Part Two. The author an avid science reader in his younger life. About sixty poems are published by a national publisher. "At Home in Lockdown," a Sam Grant, poem, was chosen for a book publication, in September, 2020. Action mystery novel, River Escape is a sequel to Atlantic Hijack, but stand alone novel. There are sea poems in Poems with themed notes(2016) and short sea stories on Sam's Website with Word press. Point of interest. Latest novel is Galactic Mission Part Two(October, 2020). Editorial list of all novels by Sam Grant at end of story. Opportunity, from BBC Radio Somerset, October 30th, 2020, for Sam Grant to chat about his latest novel and sea life experiences with Simon Parkin, on Mid - Morning Show, was very enjoyable and much appreciated by author, although Facetime technique was amateurish by Author! Novels, are available through Amazon at URL amazon.com/author/grantsam. Good booksellers will also supply through Print on Demand. Author has posted novels to readers during Lockdown and holds a few copies of all publications. 3/01/2020. Direct distribution is available from Paragon Publishers, Rothersthorpe, on request to Sam Grant author. Email colincoles@hotmail.co.uk Please give title/ author and ISBN to order from a book shop and or visit and view Kindle chapters at URL amazon.com/author/grantsam Samgrantpublications.wordpress.com Web site for short stories, poems and commentary from Sam Grant, Author.
    colincoles2016 says:

    Very true, particularly in young life. Not sure that apart from early school life relationships are necessary that crucial, although much is made of best friends at school etc… It’s on entering the workplace that relationship dynamics start to play in. We do acquire understanding from work colleagues and in personal relationships. There’s that rear view experience where you probably would have paid more attention to the other person and their needs with the knowledge that you have now acquired.

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