Seven months ago I left my job as the director of an STD and Teen pregnancy prevention program to strike out on my own as a speaker and writer.
Here was my plan:
Build a blog: Check
Write regularly, even if the only audience is your own mother: Check
Sign-up for and go crazy on every social media outlet known to man: Check
Publish my first book for parents: In Process
Take one full year to build up this new job, then start family:
That’s when God fell on the floor laughing.
Relationships. Love them, hate them. They make life so exciting and simultaneously require so much work. Last post I looked at three signs that it may be time to leave your relationship in order to make room for one that is a better fit, that is more intentional and has more staying power.
Today, here are three signs that it’s not time to throw in the towel just yet, that it may still be worth it to stay.
There are two kinds of comfortable in a romantic relationship.
Good:The pressure to impress that other person has subsided and you’re finally at ease enough in the relationship to be all of you, from the put-together to the emotionally unhinged.
Not so Good: You are no longer excited by this person or the relationship, routine has become the rut you’re stuck in and you’ve lost that spark that first got this whole train started.
We aim for the first, knowing it’s a rare thing indeed to actually find that sort of comfortable in a romantic relationship.