Absence makes the heart grow fonder

July 29, 2011


XYZ Company.

1234 Archer Road

Gainesville, Fl 32607


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Dear Justin holloway,

I am touched that you didn’t hesitate to approach me for guidance regarding the problems you and your husband are experiencing at the moment. Marriage is really never easy. Sometimes we get sucked in by what we see in the movies and read in romance novels that we forget about the realities and hardships that love can make us go through.

The first thing that I am going to say is for you not to give up. If you really love Jerry and are committed to making your marriage work, do not even start to consider getting a divorce. There is a reason why you chose to marry that man and during difficulties like this, it is helpful to remember why you fell in love with him in the first place.

Divorce should not be an option but perhaps a brief time apart can give you the clarity you are seeking in order to find solutions to your problems. This is something that Earl and I did early in our marriage and it helped us a lot. As they say, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder.”

But before you take any steps, it’s important to think about what’s best and what works for the both of you. Know that I am here to support the both of you and will help in any way I can. I wish you and Jerry all the best.

Lisa parker

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