There is nothing like the close friendship of another adult to help keep the sanity of a stay-at-home or working parent.  Everyone has a different personality, but everyone can also benefit from the companionship of another human being.  It isn’t always easy to make friends, but it is rewarding when you extend yourself and succeed.

Personally, I’ve always been a bit of an awkward person when it comes to making friends.  I guess I’m more of an introvert like my father.  Though there is that little bit of extroversion that I inherited from my mother that brings that desire to try to the fore.  To find a friend you need to be a friend.  Not every person you try this with will respond favorably.  There will be those few that will respond and bring out the best in you.

The following links are to articles with useful information on how to build solid relationships in any facet of life.  Please feel free to read and share this information with others:

Linked Articles:

How to Make Real Friends

How to Build a Happy Marriage

How We Learn to Love

Increase the Joy and Dignity of Your Wedding Day

What Has Happened to Love?

When Marital Disagreements Arise

Will All People Ever Love One Another?

Why View Marriage as Sacred?

Empathy—Key to Kindness and Compassion

Alone but Not Lonely

How Can You Make Peace With Others?

We Need Good Neighbors

Common Sense—Why So Uncommon?

Comfort for the Elderly

How Well Do You Communicate?

Why Should I Apologize?

How to Solve Problems Peacefully

How Can I Control My Emotions?

What Is Provoking the Age of Rage?

2 comments for “Relationships

  1. Sue E
    April 19, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Great advice on the above subjects – straight from our Heavenly Father & He knows ALL!!
    I have heard some of these messages from The Watchtower & my dad – who late in his life was baptized a Jehovah Witness. I wish he would have found this religion earlier, because he did become a changed man for the better!!!

    • April 19, 2015 at 9:36 pm

      I’m glad to hear that your father benefited from learning the truth that only the Bible provides. It truly is stronger than a double edged sword to the dividing of soul and spirit. When we apply it’s words and put them into daily practice it does have a great power to change deeply entrenched things.

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