Beat that Common Marriage Problem, Learn to Change
We live in a world that is constantly changing and yet one of the common marriage problems is many couples inability to adapt to change.
Why, when we so often crave such things as new technology, more
effective and life saving medicine and better life styles is it a common marriage problem for couples to expect their personal lives
to remain the same for time and immorial?
I don’t know if you have read ‘Who Moved my Cheese’? It’s a small book but it provides a very good lesson on why we should adapt
to the changing world and in so doing, our local environment.
It’s written by Dr. Spencer Johnson, it’s a tiny little book but it’s a novel and informative read which delivers a good lesson
for both your personnel and working life and gives a good insight into the need for change.
It’s about four mice who quite happily followed the same routine every day. They got dressed each morning and headed to the same
feeding station every day. The feeding station was always full of cheese so they never needed to hunt for food and they soon learnt to
enjoy their easy life.
One day things started to change and each day there was less and less cheese at the feeding station.
Two of the mice learnt quite quickly that they could no longer depend on this source of food and went in search of more cheese.
The other two decided not to break a habit of a lifetime and to wait and hope that the cheese would
It is a good read and demonstrates the need to change sooner rather than later but that it is never too late to
Change happens and you need to anticipate it, be ready for it and enjoy it.
If you are struggling to adapt to a change in your relationship
I would highly recommend that you read this book as a first step towards resolving this common marriage problem. The book is available on Ebay in hard copy or as an Ebook for as little as 99c.
Don’t let reluctance to change destroy your marriage. Remember change happens, being ready for it, enjoying it and embracing it is
a necessity of life.