My relationships are strong and healthy.
I make my family and friends a top priority.
I spend time with my loved ones. I include eating family dinners and reading bedtime stories in my regular routines. I schedule weekly coffee dates and tennis games with my friends. I fill my weekends with barbecues, pool parties, and fun outings.
I express affection and appreciation. I show others that I care about them through my words and actions. I hug my kids and hold hands with my partner. I thank my friends for being honest with me and making me laugh.
I allow myself to be vulnerable. I engage in deep conversations. I share my thoughts and feelings. I talk about my hopes and dreams.
I participate in my community.
I help my neighbors. I welcome newcomers with a plate of cookies and information about local schools and dog parks. I greet my neighbors and watch their homes while they are on vacation.
I do volunteer work. I help out at food banks and homeless shelters. I clean up parks and beaches.
I seek out others who share my interests. I join book clubs and volleyball teams. I chat with visitors and staff at stores. I find a faith community where I can feel at home.
Today, I surround myself with love and support. My connections are genuine and rewarding. My relationships make my life more joyful and meaningful.
- How does my relationship with myself affect how I interact with others?
- Why is it important to have friends outside of work?
- What can I do to make my family life more harmonious?