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Welcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question.
There are two old sayings that have always intrigued me. The first is “Absence makes the heart grow fonder.” This expression means that you feel more affection for those you love when parted from them. You realize how much you love that person, and the desire to see them often increases when separated.
The other old saying is “Familiarity breeds contempt.” This expression means that the more you are exposed to someone, the more bored you become, the less appreciation you have for that person, and the more you find fault with that person.
So my provocative question this week is about absence versus familiarity and how they affect relationships.
Do you think that these two sayings are two sides of the same coin and that “Absence makes the heart grow…
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