Grass Is Not Greener

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  1. Dalrajas is an affiliate of Project SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana), a nonpartisan alliance of lawmakers, scientists and other concerned citizens, co-founded by former Congressman Patrick Kennedy. © Grass Is Not Greener.
  2. Vudozshura
    Jan 29,  · ‘The grass is always greener on the other side’ is a common expression. It refers to the way we look at different people and different situations and always think that what we have is not good.
  3. Tojazahn
    Jul 27,  · Robert Fulghum, author of that classic book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, put it this way: "The grass is not, in fact, always greener on the other side of the fence. No, not.
  4. Baran
    May 03,  · The grass is greener syndrome is illusive thinking that achieving certain things in life will make us feel complete. Such thinking makes it impossible for a sufferer to live in reality (in the moment) and appreciate what he or she already has.
  5. Kigrel
    Oct 26,  · The grass isn’t always greener on the other side We all tend to think things are always better on the other side. But most of the time they are not better for us. The greener side can look appealing to us.
  6. Dikazahn
    It’s called “the grass is always greener” syndrome. We think someone else is having a better time elsewhere. We make ourselves miserable by constantly thinking about the unknown in an endless quest to find happiness. We lie awake at night torturing ourselves over what we should do next, wondering if we’re missing out on something big.
  7. Bamuro
    Origin of The Grass is Always Greener A Latin proverb cited by Erasmus of Rotterdam was translated into English by Richard Taverner in , as: “The corne in an other mans ground semeth euer more fertyll and plentifull then doth oure own.” (The corn in another man’s ground seems ever more fertile and plentiful than our own does.).
  8. Zulkibei
    Sep 14,  · According to Klapow, the notion of "perceived choice" is one of the biggest culprits behind the grass is greener mentality. " [Perceived choice is] the belief that it Author: Laken Howard.

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