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Family IS a TEAM journey!

Marriage, Family, and Children

Raising children who are secure. caring, organized, goal-oriented, and successful, requires parents to provide a stable environment. That’s not easy these days and it takes skill and intention.  Parents want their kids to experience a childhood filled with both love and bonding experiences.

This is a growing challenge today for busy parents, so the question is “how?” Well, here are a few keys:

  • Invest time in your marriage relationship.
  • Work together with your mate as a team.
  • Have weekly “family meetings” to build communication and openness with your spouse and kids. Even at a young age, it is powerful to create a family identity.
  • Make your child feel that they belong and they are part of a family team.  Tell them how and why they are loved, valued, seen, heard, and validate them often.
  • Try to recognize and avoid when you and/or your mate are split emotionally by kids or circumstances. Stay on the same team!
  • Address issues together when a child tends to play you against each other. “Mom said it’s ok…”

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Here’s one child’s story that brings the above ideas full circle:

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“When they would be arguing or fighting I’d wish that it would stop soon because I didn’t like hearing it. I would sit in my room and try to read or something to get my mind off it I was afraid that they were going to separate. One morning they came into my room and woke me up and said we’re going to MarriageTeam today. They started going like every week and I started noticing the change. They don’t fight like they used to. It makes me feel relieved. I think that it’s a really good thing and people who are having problems, married couples should try this because it’s a really good thing and it really makes a big difference. It helps the kids too.”