Please check out my latest installment of communication tips. I hope it’s helpful. Be sure to check out the other tips, too.
- Be Direct – Don’t Involve Other People
- Don’t Text Fight
No more middle man! The healthiest communication is direct communication between two people.
Here are a few more communication tips. If you haven’t read my other articles about this topic, please check them out.
- Don’t Yell, Scream or Call Names
- Be Specific – Avoid “You Never” or “You Always” statements
- Don’t Blame
- Remember – You Love Each Other!
I hope you found the first article about anxiety tips helpful. If you missed it, please check it out. Here are a few more tips that I’ve found to be helpful.
- Get off Social Media & Turn off Your Phone
- Find Something Bigger than you and Get Involved
- Do What Scares You
Get off Social Media and Turn Off Your Phone.
Getting ready for your home study – some tips!
Here are some of the things you’ll want to do to get ready for your home study. Here’s how it works when I conduct a home study. The basic process starts with an initial meeting in my office. During the meeting we go over the packet of information you need to complete.
I hope you enjoyed the first article about healthy communication. Here are a few more tips that you might find helpful.
- Don’t be “Historical” – Stick to the Present
- Talking Doesn’t Have to be a Big Deal
- Don’t Get Lazy – Remember to do Relationship Maintenance
- No Threats!
Here’s a novel idea – being responsible creates freedom. It’s not a new idea, actually. It’s been around for a very long time. It seems that some people have lost touch with this. Our mainstream media suggests that if you follow your heart and do what you’re passionate about you’ll be successful. To an extent that’s true.
Communication can be a real challenge. Men and women are very different (no kidding!). The Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus books hit it spot on. I highly recommend reading them. Below are some tips and suggestions on healthy communication.
Have you ever found yourself in an argument with no idea how it occurred?
We’ve all been there – you see something that’s wrong and think, “Somebody should do something about that!”
Somebody should…clean that up, help that person, fix that problem…
When was the last time you were that somebody? I know, I know – it’s not your job. Well, who’s job is it?
It’s that time of year again – time for Christmas trees, Jingle Bells, Elf On The Shelf, presents, yummy food and spending time with family and friends. It’s a time to get closer with or to reconnect with God.
But what if this time of year brings sadness instead of joy? For many people the holidays isn’t a reminder of joy but a reminder of loss.