Has Your “Normal” Changed?

Humans are very much creatures of habit. So much so we keep habits even after they no longer serve us well.

We like to define what’s normal for our lives, and then stick to that. This can make things easier, but what do we do when “normal” changes? Many things can change our normal: kids getting older, kids being born, changes in job, added responsibilities, new friends, new activities, and so on. None of these is bad, but they change our lives making “normal” something other than what it was before.

Normal? © Stuart Miles | freedigitalphotos.net

If your normal changes, you need to adapt. If you keep trying to live the old normal you’ll have problems.

How has your normal changed in the last few months? What about your wife’s normal, how has that changed?

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5 Comments on “Has Your “Normal” Changed?

  1. As I have learned (the hard way), there is no normal. Normal smacks as complacency, stasis and even a rut. Change is inevitable; growth is optional.

    When we see a “normal” distribution curve, one man’s normal is another man’s luddite or early adopter. We are all different. We all have our own definition of normal. Once we define it, we need to change it because life has moved on and it is already obsolete.

  2. Another thought is that keeping our habits at the present status means we are not growing. As UBAwesome says, “Change is inevitable” especially if we do not want to atrophy.

    Our life goes in one way or the other and our habits help make us new persons as we adapt and accept new habits into our life. 

    That is why we are continually saying: The Best is Yet To Be!!!  Great habits ahead!

    —  Jerry

  3. UBAwesome Normal certainly is a moving target, and it does vary from person to person a great deal. The idea of normal for all  almost always leads to problems.

  4. Nothing stays normal for long. I recall when the global financial crisis happened a bank we were meant to be delivering a high end leadership program to pulled it and said we’ll revist it when things get back to normal. It has yet to! :)

  5. I want to share my testimony on how i was able to get back my husband around December and with the help of Dr Ekaka because my man left me for over 3years and went on with another lady and i was unable to move on with my life because of the love i have for him last month i saw a testimony on the internet on how Dr Ekaka help someone with love spell so i never believe it but just have to try my faith which i did and i contacted him on his email: ekakaspelltemple@yahoo.com and he told me what i need to do and after 2days i received a call from my husband asking me to come back to him it was all like a dream to me i am so happy now as we are back together again thanks to Dr Ekaka and i will advice anyone in need of help to contact him.

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