Nurturing Your Relationships

Today more than ever it seems as if everyone is part of the rat race. Life is moving fast and everyone seems to have less and less time for one another. Getting with family for dinner is not as common as it use to be. Even the kids are busier today.

photostock / FreeDigitalPhotos.netSo how can you keep those family and friend connections close? Remember these simple yet effective tips:

  1. Make an effort to stay connected. It can be through a quick visit to their home or office if you are in the area. Also take time to send a quick email or make a call to them just say hello.
  2. Also take time to forge new relationships with people who share similar interests. This could be a co-worker who you can share lunch with a few times a week. Feeling connected to people outside of work and the chaos of life is important to have complete balance in your life.
  3. Everyone gets tired. It’s natural. Even if you’re tired, express that to your friends or family. You can still call for 5 minutes but explain your tiredness and that you simply wanted to check in on them. They’ll still feel connected to you and will also understand why the call is so limited.

Staying connected to other people is something we all need and want. It doesn’t take much as you can see to keep relationships alive. It may seem like small things but these small things can have a huge and positive impact on a lasting relationship.


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