For example, I was never a big user of texting as a form of communication.
Complacency happens when we get too comfortable with the status quo. From a relationship perspective, I saw a great example of this on Facebook today.It’s like the universe is trying to tell you something, or to teach you a lesson, or remind you of something. As she is reflecting on what happened, she admits that neither of them have been actively working on their marriage for several years.Some things just seem to come up enough that you finally just have to pay attention … She assumed that they would be together forever (a normal assumption, for sure). She says they stopped putting forth the effort into their marriage, their ‘dating,’ their sex life, their romantic gestures. Yet, they brushed it off as “normal teenage stuff” and didn’t take any action to try to find out what was going on. It happens when we get really comfortable with the situations in which we find ourselves.This week on Anna Faris is Unqualified, Anna, Sim and Jack Faris chat with Jena Friedman (THE DAILY SHOW, SOFT FOCUS WITH JENA FRIEDMAN) about her new Adult Swim special () before Anna hands off the reins of the interview to a VERY serious journalist. Craig Rubens to talk about premature births and how GAPPS is helping to prevent them () before getting an update from past caller Dave about his girlfriend who put an expiration date on their relationship (). Go to crowdrise.com/unqualified to donate to GAPPS today.Help increase awareness and fund research towards preventing prematurity and stillbirth in newborn children and you may win a trip to LA to hang out with Anna and the Unqualified crew!