Spending all day, every day together can be taxing on a married couple. Here are some ways you can make this transition easier on both of you:
Learning how to get along with your spouse is no different than learning to work with a new colleague or employee. It will take time to get used to your new roles, but it will ultimately work out for the best. Once you establish a sense of teamwork in your business, you will enjoy spending extra time with your spouse.
Some couples just weren’t meant to work together, and there is nothing wrong with that. Every person has a “work mode,” which is different than the way he or she acts outside of work. It’s possible that you and your spouse have different work modes that do not coincide well with one another. You have to decide at that point if you want to stick with the plan or not. If so, try to make compromises that work best for the business, not necessarily for your marriage. You need to have a sense of separation between those two fields if you ever want to be happy and successful. Keep work life at work and married life at home, you should have no trouble starting a business with your spouse.