Marriages that involve creative individuals are more likely to fail, especially when both partners are creative. This may be because both creativeness and relationships take a lot of time and work. You can counter these issues if you are mindful and willing to set aside the energy for your relationship. Another issue is jealousy. If your partner is creative as well and starts to succeed while you don’t, learn how to take joy in their success and not compare it to your lack. Finally, if you have to be away from home for large amounts of time, stay in contact via phone calls or any other means that lets you keep the lines of communication open.
- Divorce rates are higher among those who are creative, or people who has professions in arts departments.
- The Spoon Theory suggests that people can really only choose a certain activities they want to put effort into everyday.
- Balance is key, and it is important to communicate to the other partner that you love and care for them.
“It is up to you to decide what kind of relationship you want.”
Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/making-it-work-how-creative-couples-survive-the-common_us_591e04b4e4b07617ae4cba86?section=us_divorce