Our personal relationships help us celebrate the joys in life. They also help us through difficult times.

Take time to express your gratitude to those who matter the most to you. Use these personal relationship tips as inspiration to take action.

Every Monday we share on Twitter a helpful tip. Click on the tip for more information.

Re-evaluate old grudges with family and take the first step to bridge the rift, especially if you have a nagging sense of anticipated regret (regret you may feel in the future by taking or not taking action).

Use your more frequent calls to your aging parents as a way to assess their well-being – listen more and talk less.

Surround yourself with family and friends who offer support and positive suggestions to help you move forward after a divorce.

If someone if too close to you during social distancing, kindly remind them to stay 6 ft apart – approach the request with kindness since social distancing is new to all of us.

Why we post about “personal relationships”:

One of the 5 P’s of Life is “Personal Relationships” – your relationship with others, including your spouse, significant other, parents, other family members, and friends.

To build and strengthen these relationships it’s important to dedicate time to them – no matter how busy life becomes for you.

About Us: 

Transition Planning & Guidance, LLC, (“TransitionPG®”) looks at all aspects of life using the 5 P’s of Life – personal relationships, personal finance, profession, peace of mind, and physical health. While money helps you achieve many goals, it’s not the only thing to consider when developing a financial plan. Our mission is to help you define and achieve your financial, personal, and professional goals – especially during life transitions. Through our planning services and guidance plans, you take control of your money and life.

More “Personal Relationships” Posts:

Talk Less And Listen More When Calling Your Aging Parents

How Social Distancing Is Bringing Us Together

Ready to Live Life Again

Your Divorce Also Impacts Your Friends

Living in the Present Relationship

Can Your Parents Afford Long-Term Care?