Unfortunately, January is known as “divorce month” due to a large number of divorce filings. If January is known as divorce month, let’s make February the month to strengthen relationships. Of course for long-term relationships, you need to continuously focus on these relationships. Here are some personal relationship tips to follow:
Make your marriage work by putting your spouse first and setting boundaries with others.
If family members are ambiguous when you speak with them, try to understand the second level of their words.
When searching for an in-home caregiver for your aging loved one, be realistic with your expectations.
Take your time if you’re contemplating a divorce – don’t feed on the “January is Divorce Month” frenzy.
References for our personal relationship tips are listed below – click on the title to go to the link. Follow us on Twitter for personal relationship tips every Monday.
4 Huge Mistakes I Made As A Wife (I’m The Ex-Wife Now)
The Power of Ambiguity in Family Communication
The Caregiving Task That’s More Stressful Than Divorce
Is January Really “Divorce Month”?