What If My Partner Wants Me Back? Is The Grass Always Greener?

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  • Briana MacWilliam

What If My Partner Wants Me Back? Is The Grass Always Greener?

Updated: Mar 6

Dearest Subscriber,



Have you ever had the experience of really throwing yourself into a relationship and giving it all you had, because it was just that important to you, and you wanted your partner to know how much you cared?


But then, they never seemed happy or satisfied with what you gave. Maybe they broke up with you, when you’re the one feeling frustrated with how much you’ve had to race to keep up.


So, you do what your therapist and all the self-help books tell you to do: you try to focus on giving all that attention to yourself.


And you actually start to see some changes in your life. You can see the light at the end of the tunnel, when before it just appeared a murky fog.


And then, as if on cue, that person who drained all your energy, suddenly wants you back!

Its as if they could sense you extricating their energetic claws from your life, and they decided to pull on that string, to real you back in.


And you can’t help but question their motives. After all, they didn’t want you when they had you, so what would make this time any different?


Is it just that the grass is always greener?


Well, maybe, but not necessarily.


If you resonate with this experience, I invite you to check out this 6-minute video where we dig into the reasons why an ex may suddenly pop back into your life, and how to make sense of it.


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Briana MacWilliam ATR-BC, LCAT

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