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Do You Cherish Your Relationships?

Do You Cherish Your Relationships?

Dr. Michelle Gannon discusses the many relationships in our lives.

When we think of the word “relationship” we often think of our closest, intimate connections with others such as spouse, partner, parent, child, family members and even pets. Yes, I believe we need to deeply adore and cherish those relationships.

When is the last time that you told them that you loved and appreciated them? Do you know their language of love, and how they personally prefer to be adored? Some people like physical touch, gifts, quality time, acts of service or words of appreciation. Take the time to learn your loved ones’ preferred way to be loved.

Make the effort to demonstrate that you care for them on a daily basis. Do not take each other for granted. Appreciate and cherish them while you still can. We never know what our future or destiny holds, so treat each relationship with love, kindness, respect and appreciation.

Also, cast your net far and wide. Who else do you have a relationship with? When you think of your “relationships”, are you thinking about all of the other important people in your life? Friends, neighbors, bosses, employees, colleagues, clients, teachers, mentors, students, babysitters, doctors, hair stylists, Facebook and Twitter friends and followers, and so many more. What about the bus driver, waitress, cashier, bank teller, salesclerk, librarian, garbage collector, and even the parking meter maid?

Yes… we have relationships with all of these people too. Sometimes we forget that our interactions with others can make long-lasting impressions, and affect their feelings and well-being. Do you personally make the effort to be kind, caring and respectful in ALL of those relationships?

By nature, I am a friendly person. Also, I moved a lot as a child, and needed to be extroverted and social to make friends along the way. As a psychologist, wife, mom and friend, I believe the most important mission in my life is to connect with others in a kind, caring way….Continue reading on InspireMeToday.com.

Dr. Michelle is a psychologist, relationship expert and founder of the awardwinning Marriage Prep 101 Workshops.

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7:40AM PDT on Jun 6, 2013

Try to as much as possible!...
Thank you for sharing.

7:34AM PDT on Jun 6, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

8:27AM PDT on Jun 4, 2013

Thank you Gail, for Sharing this!

1:22PM PDT on May 26, 2013

Thank You Gail Lynne for this great article.
If more of us in this big word could show how much we care in different ways, not just to those in our own families, but to new people we meet along the way, this would be such a more beautiful place. Even a big smile and a friendly Hello as you walk down the street, can make a difference.

8:12AM PDT on May 25, 2013

thanks

1:55PM PDT on May 23, 2013

Thank you for the wonderful post. If everyone made the effort to be kind and thoughtful, there would be no more wars, and the planet with every living thing on it would be protected and safe.

2:18PM PDT on May 22, 2013

thanx alot...

6:03AM PDT on May 22, 2013

It's a source of security

4:53AM PDT on May 22, 2013

Thanks for this interesting article.

2:30AM PDT on May 22, 2013

i've read whole article. Thank you for it!
especially i liked the part with visiting firefighters and telling them Thank you )
i agree with the idea ) i am friendly by nature too and i am sure that those who scream, grump or act in any unpleasant way just very unhappy deep inside. because happy people don't offend people around.

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