How to Have an “I Like You” Family
My brother and sister-in-law and their kids do a lot together as a family. They go to theme parks, they go to bookstores, they go to the grocery store! Yes, they even grocery shop as a family sometimes. Seriously, you can tell they like being with each other. You see, it’s a given that family members love each other, but do they like each other? Do they seek out each other’s company? Do they look forward to hanging together as a family, or do they dread it?
When I was growing up, our family time was very tense. My parents argued practically 24/7, so my siblings and I dreaded the times we are all together. So to have an “I Like You” family, first make sure marriage conflict and tensions aren’t spilling over into day to day life. Then, use these 5 building blocks to build an “I Like You” family of your own.