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It takes a lot out of me to talk about this
by Jamie Yeo

Relationships are a funny thing. You spend a good part of your life sharing it intimately with someone, exposing your vulnerabilities and flaws and accumulating photos and trinkets. You eat, drink and sleep with him, and your insurance policies even name him as a beneficiary. He/she is everything to you. But when it ends, it stops existing almost immediately, cruelly refusing to take into account the memories and times spent together. Photos and home-made videos are packed up into boxes and banished to the back of the wardrobe. Gifts you received from each other lay stored in the safe. And even if you're still friends, that friendship has to be worked on because occasionally, hurt and pain creep into its fabric and tug at it ever so slightly. There is never a happy ending to a relationship, although the love that you had for each other now manifests itself simply and brotherly and will always and forever exist.

I spent 8 years with my ex-husband and I'll never forget them. He was, is and always will be one of the kindest, most genuine and beautiful people I've gotten to know in this life. I wish him all the best and I know he'll one day make some girl very happy.

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readers' comments
Jaime, what happened unfortunately is part of life today. Advancement in technology, economic developments, globalization, higher expectations etc etc.. made divorce much easier.

I have to agree with most of the above comments.. move on.. no more BS. And do yourself a favor; don’t go public with your personal life. Publicity and Privacy ha! The 2 Ps are spelt differently yet, a fine line between them. Channel your energy somewhere else. Take this opportunity to grow up, mature and be humble. Material gains only goes this distance; A----B.

Experiences in our lives take place not by pure chance; there is always a reason or a pattern that we are tracing each day shaping our lives to be what it is. Maybe, it is time to grab this moment to reflect on YOUR LIFE. Not Glenn’s.

All the .....
Posted by on Wed, 18 Feb 2009 at 10:38 AM
Question: "What does the Bible say about the prosperity gospel?"

In the prosperity gospel, also known as the “Word of Faith,” the believer is told to use God, whereas the truth of biblical Christianity is just the opposite—God uses the believer. Word Faith or prosperity theology sees the Holy Spirit as a power to be put to use for whatever the believer wills. The Bible teaches that the Holy Spirit is a Person who enables the believer to do God's will. The prosperity gospel movement closely resembles some of the destructive greed sects that infiltrated the early church. Paul and the other apostles were not accommodating to or conciliatory with the false teachers who propagated such heresy. They identified them as dangerous false teachers and urged Christians to avoid them.

Paul warned Timothy about “constant friction between men of depraved mind and deprived of .....
Posted by moneygod on Tue, 17 Feb 2009 at 22:24 PM
Nowadays, divorce is a trend. When a person chooses another
person as a life partner, it should be " till death do us part",
"in sickness or in health", "in poverty or in wealth". Certain things that we have chosen should never have changed or faltered. Divorce, like death, sickness, is always a tragedy. Nothing to rejoice or celebrate. It is sad that that society has inculcated this loose degenerating culture. In relationship,
marriage, matters of the heart, the key is honesty, genuinity, faithfulnesss, infidelity, true integrity. Salesman talk and sweet lip service will not bring things too far. Hope that Jamie and Glenn will pick up their pieces from here and learn from their experience, never to be flimsy, fickle minded in their choices of relationships.
Posted by on Tue, 17 Feb 2009 at 10:02 AM
Sure...let it go and move on and no more BS and free publicity...
Posted by oldkingkong on Tue, 17 Feb 2009 at 09:20 AM
It’s hilarious for these two grown up individuals to talk of their personal matters on the radio and on the internet.
Cannot wait to hear more from them… stuff for wet market talks.
It’s the only way for them to get more attention from the media.
Posted by on Tue, 17 Feb 2009 at 08:53 AM
All the best to Glen & Jamie. Hope you find your new happiness soon :-)
Posted by lovemelovemenot on Mon, 16 Feb 2009 at 19:57 PM
There Are Good Times And Unhappy Times. If There Is No Chance Of Patching-up, Then Wish You Both Good Luck And Move On.
Best Of Luck To Both Of You
Posted by ASIAONEYEONG on Mon, 16 Feb 2009 at 19:30 PM
It's okay. That's life. Move on. Both Glenn and Jamie are adults and should know what they are doing.
They are nice people doing a good job in Radio and TV.
I wish them well.
Posted by purpleknight on Mon, 16 Feb 2009 at 17:56 PM
Well, relationships & marriages take two persons to work it out. Did he do his part & did U do your part? Only both of U knows.
Sometimes, dun 'expose' Urself too much in the media.Afterall, one needs a private corner and time.

MOVE ON and learn from this lesson.
Posted by gundamwingX on Mon, 16 Feb 2009 at 17:23 PM

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