What happens when you’re on a blazing trail of personal growth and learning… but your spouse just isn’t on the same wavelength?
You know this feeling.
You’re charging ahead. You’ve got books, you’ve got podcasts piling up. Your mind is buzzing with ideas and inspiration…
But then there’s your other half. They’re just comfortable and cruising along at their own pace.
Let’s be real. It’s frustrating.
But we also need to learn to navigate it, especially in our closest relationships.
In this episode of Couch Time, I’m telling you the story of a couple who dealt with this issue and learned to appreciate each other’s differences and celebrate their uniqueness together, so you can learn to do the same.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- [2:58] – The story of Steve and Susie and why this situation can cause a clash of personal philosophies
- [7:05] – This is why your perpetual problems will never go away
- [9:05] – It’s not about having the same passions. This is what really matters
- [11:16] – We have to start giving our spouse space to be who they are
- [15:50] – How Steve and Susie find moments for their world to blend
- [18:11] – Why you want your differences to weave together and how to do it
Being in a relationship isn’t about losing who you are, it’s about growing who you are together, celebrating each other’s individuality, and finding joy in your journey. Steve and Susie’s story is just a reminder that love is about embracing each other’s uniqueness, and I hope you found it inspiring.
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