Improving Your Relationships

Ways you can improve your relationships during this Pandemic.

This is an odd time in our lives.  It is the last thing that we have expected at this time.  We can use it to improve our relationships or tear them apart, but it can be a very trying time because we are all cooped up together more that we probably ever have.

 

I have some suggestions as to things that you can do to improve your relationships at this time:

Ways you can improve your relationships during this Pandemic.

This is an odd time in our lives.  It is the last thing that we have expected at this time.  We can use it to improve our relationships or tear them apart, but it can be a very trying time because we are all cooped up together more that we probably ever have.

 

I have some suggestions as to things that you can do to improve your relationships at this time:

Daily gratitude – pick a time of the day when you are all together, such as at supper. Each person in the family shares something that they're thankful for and why.  Count your blessings.
Daily prayer – if you're a Christian family, say the Serenity Prayer together and then discuss what it means and how you can use it concerning what is going in our world nowadays and always.
God, grant me the SERENITY to accept the things I cannot change,

COURAGE to change the things I can,

And the WISDOM to know the difference.

Do something that YOU enjoy each day.
Stop, Think, then Act. (Before you do or say something.)
Treat others as you would like to be treated.
Show and/or tell each person that you love them each day.
 

Stay safe and God bless!

 

Shirley B Johnson, M.Ed., LBSW, LPC

Stable Life Counseling Center, LLC

 

PS – This is also to let you know that I am offering phone counseling at this time for a special price of $50 for a 60-minute session to help during this COVID-19 Pandemic.  You can schedule an appointment online at stablelifecounseling.com or by phone at 361-648-9132.

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