“Give out what you most want to come back.” ~ -Robin Sharma
As a mom, you have the influence to proactively transform your family dynamics. Your instincts and insights are always in-tune with the people you love. If you ever feel that things can be improved, then go for it!
Consider doing an objective analysis of your family as if you were an insider observing from the sidelines. Watch the interactions between brothers and sisters, moms and dads. See where there are areas lacking harmony. These are the areas where you can point yourself and add your loving touch and gentle guidance to create the necessary harmony. A problem not dealt with only festers.
We can’t always get along seamlessly. Every once in a while, siblings will fight, or family members will disappoint each other. Tempers will occasionally flare up and feelings will get hurt. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t create an environment conducive to reinforcing strong, deep connections. Often, a simple discussion about those feelings can iron out the wrinkled feelings and restore harmony.
Here are six small, loving actions you can take to fortify your ties with the people you love most:
Your family’s connection is one of the most grand inheritances you can create for your children in your family, and your dedication to fostering their relationship to one another depends on your parental commitment to consistent love acts. Maintaining the message that each person is important will mold them for when they are fostering their own family culture. Create an atmosphere of belonging, and you can easily achieve the togetherness you desire.
“A home with a loving and loyal husband and wife is the supreme setting in which children can be reared in love and righteousness and in which the spiritual and physical needs of children can be met.” ~ David A. Bednar