Relationship Goals 3. The Spirit of Adventure – In order to make your marriage relationship dynamic and to allow personal growth within the structure of married
life, you must make a conscious effort to live with the spirit of
adventure. You must not be wary of change, especially if the change will
benefit you or your spouse love relationship.
Are you afraid of change?
If something good comes your way but it necessitates major
changes, evaluate the advantages of this novel new situation and see if
your marriage relationship will thrive because of it. More often than not, new
positive experiences will indeed benefit both parties.
Do not be lulled into a false sense of security by old habits and routines. Encourage these types of marriage relationship goals.
We humans are drawn to equilibrium and it’s alright to want
stability in one’s life. However, if your current stability stifles
personal growth and happiness, then it’s not the kind of stability that
your marriage relationship needs.
You have to take into account not only your interests and desires, but also the interests and needs of your spouse.