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  • Writer's pictureChaim

The Addiction to Problems

David pulled into his driveway at the end of a long day at work. He mentally prepared himself for what he knew awaited him. The house would be an absolute wreck and the kids would all need their homework done; with him of course.

David was spot on. The house was a wreck and none of the kids had their homework done. David felt the anger at his wife Rachel begin to rise, he did his best to conceal it. 

David tried his best to get Rachel to be more organized. He tried being nice, he tried getting angry, nothing changed. David was fed up. 

Here's the issue. David believes that his problem lies in Rachel's dysfunction, and that he will only be happy with her when she changes. He's wrong on both points.

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