Boredom, a Real Marriage Problem
Let’s forget marriage problems for a minute and just consider working in a
factory with the only thing you have to do all day is pick out all the dead cherries or press a button when the conveyor belt gets stuck
wouldn’t you be bored?
If you think about marriage in the same context it helps you see that if your
life is the same, day in day out, with no change, no variety and nothing to look forward to, isn’t it quite possible that you might want to
walk away? Not because of any particular marriage problem but because you have associated boredom with your marriage.
You quite often hear of couples getting a divorce, just because they find their
partners too boring. It could be that they are a couch potato or that they don’t like to do extreme sports or go on holiday. Whatever the
reason, if one partner is more active than the other it could lead to marriage problems.
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So what can you do about it? It’s a marriage problem which can be quite difficult to resolve but as a
first step you do need to highlight boredom as being the issue and then what you do about it depends on what the underlying cause or the
marital boredom is.
A few tips:
Communicate, understand what you both want out of life and work together to
Spend less time in front of the TV and more time doing things
Take a short break or go on holiday.
Make time in the evenings or weekends to do something you both
Think about what you used to do before you were married, that you both enjoyed,
and start doing it again.
Take dancing lessons or do something else that you’ll both find fun.
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Re-introduce the small gestures that used to make life more romantic,
the odd gift, the special meal and the stolen kiss.
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