Everybody's Normal is Different
Everybody's Normal is Different.
So why do I sometimes find it easier to talk to people who are divorced or remarried than to others who have been married for years? I'm married, I should be able to talk to the married couples with more ease than the divorced ones, technically.
Apparently not, as the once divorced and now single or remarried couples have often been so much more relaxed than the ones who are still married. It's almost as if the normal of the divorced couples is closer to the normal that I know than the normal of the married ones.
Maybe it's the respective couples' attitudes , who knows? It can't be the divorced and separated couples' age, because some are younger and others older. Some have young children, others have adult children. Yet the ease of fitting in, of enjoying their company and of being accepted and not judged is a big difference from those married couples, with and without children.
It just has to be that everyone's normal is different. And some people find that more difficult to accept than others. One person's normal includes a boxer dog and no children, hence the photo.
What do you think?
Photo by Shardy at Pixabay: http://pixabay.com/en/boxer-dog-canine-boxer-dog-211749/
Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/boxer-dog-canine-boxer-dog-211749/ Boxer dog by Shardy at pixabay