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How to Deal With Change in Your Relationship

Most of us have found ways to deal with change, but, and it’s a big but, we don’t tend to greet it with open arms. How can we embrace it, especially when it affects our day to day relating?

Recently Maude switched her work and went from working outside the home one-on-one with clients and lots of administrative work when home, to a self-run business that operates online and can be done any time, leaving the scheduling of time pretty much open to choice.

It was obvious to both of us that this was going to create the potential for new ways of being together and different ways to share our time.

Click here to read how we are dealing with changes. (Or click here for Phil to read it.)

Successful Relationship Reading Corner

BookshelfIn this week's blog, we discussed how to deal with change in your relationship. Here are some articles about this from different perspectives.

How to Get Better at Dealing with Change "Change is an unavoidable constant in our work lives. Sometimes it’s within our control, but most often it’s not. Our jobs or roles change — and not always for the better. Our organizations undergo reorgs and revamp their strategies, and we need to adjust. Fortunately, there are ways to adapt to change, and even to take advantage of it."

How to Deal with Changes in Your Relationship "Relationships naturally endure many changes, whether it’s moving, starting a new job, spending time apart, getting married, or having children. While some changes can be difficult, there’s no need to see change as a bad thing. By being adaptive and communicating regularly, you and your partner can endure changes in your relationship."

Change in Relationships: What to Do When Your Partner Changes "Your once sort of neat partner becomes a sloppy mess. Or they start spending more time on the golf course. Or worse, when you first met they wanted to have children, but now say they’re not interested. What do you do when your partner changes in small or big ways?"

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Phil and Maude
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