I have heard it said that folks don’t change much over time. I’m not sure I agree with that. Life is not static and we are constantly being exposed to changing circumstances and new ideas. Our basic design may not change much (I’m still an introvert), but how we face life, what we believe, etc. is going to change from time to time.
I have been going through some significant change lately. I’m in a different season of life, my responsibilities have changed and God decided it was time to face and deal with some personal wounds (ow).
I realized the other day that I hadn’t communicated all that was going on to my husband. I figured I ought to fill him in seein’ as he is now married to a different gal. ;) I think also it’s important to clue our guys into those seasons of change because it can be rough and they need to understand any moodiness is about the change and not them.
Just one more reason it’s important to have ongoing communication with your man.
Time is a dressmaker specializing in alterations. Faith Baldwin
Pearl’s OysterBed: My Cowboy Is Not My Best Friend I love the appreciation of differences.
The Generous Husband: You Want to Put it Where? One man’s perspective on anal sex (plus a whole lot of research).
Ferguson Values: What does it mean to “like” your spouse? IMO this is foundational to a happy and lasting marriage.