7 Daily Habits to Make More Time For Relationships
Posted Feb 27 2014 10:05pm
Posted in | February 24, 2014 |
By guest author Dorothy Hunter
Busy people think they don’t have time to eat. They also think that they have no time to sleep. If they can’t even eat or sleep, they definitely don’t have time for nurturing their relationships. It’s across the board, too. It’s not just between married couples but even between a parent and a child and even among friends.
When time is too short, it’s often the relationship that suffer. But it should never be like that. Because behind all the glitz and success, it’s the people who stay beside you that matter the most. Certainly, you don’t want to be called an absentee parent or a workaholic girlfriend, don’t you?
Enriching relationships doesn’t start and end with forming one. It’s a continuous process that needs to grow. It’s the one investment that definitely won’t go to waste. So while you still have relationships to keep, it’s important to find time for them. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is with the following daily habits:
use these habits for happier relationships
Definitely, it’s not easy to be a go-getter and still have ample time for bonding and quality time. But making time to grow and strengthen relationships must be first in anyone’s list.
Dorothy Hunter is a proofreader for Bestessays.com . She’s a single, independent woman who spends majority of her time traveling, reading novels, and writing shor stories. She dreams of getting her stories published someday.
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