Ways You Should Actually Change Your Partner
Should you try to change your partner? Well, that depends. A lot of people run from a relationship the second they sense their partner is trying to change them. But their partner was likely trying to change the things that make them who they are. Is your partner a goofball? An introvert? The life of the party? A nerd? A bit abrasive? A dreamer? Accept it. Those are personality traits! You shouldn’t want to change your partner’s personality. If you do, then you’re with the wrong person. You also shouldn’t want to adjust their core values or moral compass. Those are things you have to purchase as is. But habits are something you can change, and possibly should. Just between us here on this page, a lot of men could use a partner to come spruce a few areas of their life up. Here are ways it’s okay to change your partner.
Help him identify his goals
If your partner works at a job that doesn’t excite him and complains constantly that he feels like it’s a dead-end job, encourage him to think about what he really wants. Don’t tell him what he should do, but open dialogues that help him do his own thinking on which industries and positions excite him.