These conversations might be something that your loved ones remember for the rest of their lives. They’ll remember the pandemic, where you were, and what you said to them. Tomorrow is never a guarantee, so have those conversations now.
There are many ways you can connect with your loved ones, and those tools are right at your fingertips!
Build strength in your marriage through loving routines
Take some time to learn about the personalities of people around you. The goal is for your family to take the frustration that can come from different personalities and turn it into understanding how different personalities can benefit each other.
Sadly, reverence for the elderly is sometimes in short supply in today’s youth-oriented culture. Because they may be slowing down and having more difficulty moving around, there is an assumption that what elderly people have to offer is also in short supply. On the contrary, they have the most to contribute.
Focus on the Family President Jim Daly shares about asking his kids to grade his parenting. When done right, this can be a meaningful and growing experience for you and your kids.
There are two things to consider when talking to others about your spouse: who you talk to and how you talk to them.
What causes kids to not listen? Distraction is a major obstacle, but inconsistent or unclear boundaries, and a lack of respect, are also big contributors.
God can help you find ways of loving your disabled spouse in the years ahead. This requires taking care of yourself even as you care for your spouse.
I married the wrong person. But my marriage lasted through harsh words, hateful actions and more. What do you do if you feel you married the wrong person? How do you go from “me” to “we”?