Let Go

Often people cannot let go. It might be an argument, a relationship, or even an addiction. When children argue or fight at some point they just give up. It doesn’t necessarily mean that they make up or become friends again, but at least it ends. Part of the problem with older kids be it boys or girls will keep hurting someone until they are forced to stop. In those situations it doesn’t always end well. There can be an older brother and sister that will find these nasty people and give them their just desserts. I saw a video one time about an Irish show in which about four girls were about to bully four other girls sitting in the back seat of the bus. Once they started, the girl in the middle asked, “Are you sure you want to do this?” The ringleader said, “Yes, why not?” The other girl replied, “Just in case you didn’t know my name my sister is (and then she said her name). The ringleader instantly apologized and backed away. Sometimes it is good to have an older brother or sister pave the way for you. In relationships, part of the reason that they end is that one of the partners refused to let go. Then, they say things they regret and cannot take back. In some cases, one person, primarily males, will really lose their tempers and punch holes in walls and smash furniture, plates, etc. Anyone who has a short temper is not a person to be in a relationship with ever. The next time you are in an argument think about being the bigger person and simply let go. In the Good Gus series, Bad Bart did have difficulty letting go. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Misplaced Trust” is a book you need to read to better understand the importance of protecting your assets for your heirs.  It is available by emailing me at maecharles2008@gmail.com.  Upon receipt of payment of $3.97 you will immediately receive directions to download your copy. Hard copies are available by emailing me at the address above. It is also available on Kindle.