Are you the same person you were five years ago? How about five weeks ago? The variance is always going to be wider over a longer duration of time, but people change regularly, if not constantly both for better and worse and those around them are forced to adjust.
It is much easier to see that change in an old friend from high school at a 10-year reunion than it is to spot the incremental changes in a closer friend or relative that you might see every day.
Numbers would help. If every day, there were a way to track everything your spouse, friends, or family members thought and did, patterns would likely develop and make a radical change seem much more gradual.
Maybe this already happens in a psychology lab somewhere as this is sounding like the introduction to a TED Talk
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