We're looking at healthy family relationships and close friend connections, here. And this is Part 4, of a Four-Part series.
The goal in this Series has been to provide you, the busy Leader, tips and tools that will help you create closer connections with family and friends.
In Parts 1, 2 & 3 we've reviewed important stats about close connections, Four Critical Components and the Power of Traditions for building healthy family relationships. All has been shared to help make this Wake Up Eager Re-Calibrate Daily Habit Quiz Statement "Absolutely True" for you:
"I have a circle of friends/family that love, support and appreciate
me for who I am, more than just what I can do for them."
Now, it's your turn to share your thoughts, comments, questions and insights about this Topic. What traditions do you use that work really well in your family? Which of the four critical components do you struggle with most? Which of them have you mastered, and how did you master it? What recent 'wins' have you had in this area? (Share so others can be encouraged.) What struggles are you having? (Share so others can encourage you.) Begin sharing, and read what others have shared, below. Thanks for participating!
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Family Basics: Be Available NOW
I'm into the basics....turn off the TV and sit down and spend time together! Talk, play games, go for a walk in the countryside (easy for me as that's …
My Tradition... Saying I Love You Every Time
As soon as Uncle Billy passed away, Aunt Marilyn got Alzheimer disease. She does not remember us. I decided to tell every family member of mine that I …
Project Idea for Family - Make a Movie! Not rated yet
Just read your Healthy Family Series of articles - all great, thank you! Had to share this idea for a tradition with family members. It comes from …
Healthy Family - Spend Time Together Not rated yet
I spend time with individual family members and pay attention to what is going on in their life. I schedule time together as far in advance as possible. …
Healthy Family's Forgive Not rated yet
To create healthy family relationships I have to assume responsibility for my part. I attempt to offer forgiveness when I offend someone or make mistakes …
Improv Works Not rated yet
Creating a safe space to express all emotions. I've found improv exercises helpful. Do it consistently so everyone has a chance to release rather than …
Embracing Different Cultures Not rated yet
My wife is a typical southern raised part German, part Irish, Part cherokee etc. I was raised in Pakistan as any other kid but have family roots tracing …
Family Fun with This Game Not rated yet
One way we've found to re-connect with distant family members recently was to play games together. This game, Cranium, seemed to work the best for various …
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