How to Enrich Your Relationships

Your Relationships: Make the Most of Your Connections

These days, we spend so much time hooked up to our smartphones and tablets, we often forget to pay attention to the people populating our daily lives. Between work deadlines, the demands of maintaining a household and the myriad of digital distractions at hand, it’s easy to understand how our relationships can fall by the wayside. But, it’s time to put a stop that! Our real-world connections with the people who matter most are what give our lives meaning. You (hopefully) won’t be updating your Facebook status or posting to Instagram from your deathbed! Wouldn’t you rather be surrounded by the people who’ve loved you? With that in mind, here are three tips for nourishing your relationships.

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Make Time for Face Time

Sure, you’re tired after a long day at work, and maybe you’d prefer to go home and rest, but when a friend (whom you haven’t seen in months) calls and wants to get together, agree to meet up with them. Don’t make them chase you down for some one-on-one time! Eventually, they’re going to get tired of pursuing some quality time with you. You can even make it clear that you only have time for one drink, a cup of coffee, a quick workout, etc. Just carve out time for them if you value your relationship.

Keep Each Other’s Secrets

Nothing enforces a bond better than a genuine commitment, and that includes keeping anything shared in confidence between the two of you. Resist the urge to share someone else’s secrets with your partner or closest friend. If you do, you prove to be trustworthy and having a trustworthy friend enriches relationships.

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Be Truthful, Yet Tactful

Sure, it’s easy to tell someone what you think they want to hear, but being honest goes a long way. That being said, you need to be tactful, because another person’s feelings and pride are involved. Learn to master “I feel” statements and embrace constructive criticism. Being truthful, yet tactful, is a great way to enrich a relationship.

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Express Your Gratitude

When was the last time you expressed gratitude (in words or deeds) to someone who did something nice for you? When did you last tell someone you were thankful you had them in your life? Telling or showing someone that you value them enriches your relationship. It’s the sincerity that people appreciate, along with the gratitude. And if you’re thankful for what you already have, whether it be people or things, the Universe will give you even more. So, if you are kind to the people who matter most and appreciate what they do for you, not only will your relationships with them be enriched, but you will have even more wonderful relationships to look forward to!

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7 thoughts on “How to Enrich Your Relationships

  1. Seren ext. 5445Psychic Seren, Ext 5445

    Judy, be in the moment while you are with this man that you care for. Don’t project what next week, next month or next year might bring, and forget about harsh words said to each other in the past. Just focus fully on this time you will share; it’s a blessing for both of you. 🙂

    Best wishes,
    Seren, Ext 5445

  2. Seren ext. 5445Psychic Seren, Ext 5445

    This article hits the proverbial nail on its head, though it is a shame that such an article needs to be written at all.

    It puts me in mind of an experience my daughter and I had while traveling last summer in Italy. We were having an evening stroll, checking out the many restaurant choices before deciding where to eat and, at the outside tables for one place, we saw a group of 4 young people on a double date, though they were all more concerned with their phones than they were with their beautiful surroundings, the sumptuous food on their table, or each other…

    It’s true that we oftentimes forget to focus on nurturing the relationships that enrich our lives and have, in fact, become so technology dependent that we have lost that feeling of community or neighborliness experienced in the past, which is sad, but I am pleased to say that I have noticed a trend of people switching off from their smart phones, Facebook, etc, and interacting on a more personal basis.

    I love technology and all of its associated benefits, but nothing beats spending personal, face to face time with those I love and care for.

    Great article!

    Brightest blessings,
    Seren, Ext 5445

  3. Ismat Ara Sattar

    How can I believe that what in his mind, his emails and face toface he is different, now my life is in danger, risks, I dont have any choice, I want to live with my son. I dont have any desire in this world, is it too much? I dont have any questions any complaints against him, I am tired to do fight with some devil s and beaches, I think I am alone, he also join with them I dont have any questions, any complain, its his life his choice, my only one questionwhy he is writing this type of emails which is valuless, if he really help me? If he does not want to help me. Why he is writing? Only to show them? Make them mad and angry? Ican not understand!!!!!! If he leave me once let him go, if he have choice let him go with her, I dont need him to comeback again, he knows she is my enemy, but he wants to gob we ith her let him go. His life is his life my life is my life too.

  4. Judy Berg

    I will meeting with my ex husband tomorrow. Many unhappy words were said to one another the few months we were married. It is now two years since we have really spoken to one another and he has asked to see me. Our conversation on the phone was very very pleasant. The article I just read, I know, was very helpful for me in meetiing with him. Our past is our past and I would like to keep it there. Even though there are still some big hurts, I want to leave them in the past. He words to me before we hung up was that the past is the past and all has been forgiven. I agree with him completely, but what is troubling me, is this really possible? We are going to meet at a realy nice outside facility with a lot of shops and places to eat and sit outside in the beautiful weather. One thing we always loved to do together was playing dominos. I asked him to bring them so we could have a good time doing so. I’m happy that we are meeting. Yes, I still have a lot of feelings for him. This thing called vulnerability, how do I keep myself safe? I know I have grown since our divorce two years ago and I would like to treat this first time meeting with him as though it really is a first time meeting. I still love him and this cares me. Do you have anything you could say to me that would help?


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