All tagged friendship

Trust Restored | The Journey of Healing

Well this is it for sure! Your spouse just crossed the line for the last time + you are done with the relationship! You want out! No matter how many ways you phrase it or break it down - your teen directly defies what you tell them to do! You're certain you're not speaking another language + you're done. Absolutely finished! You're not sure what that looks like as a parent, but you know you're THERE! 

Trust is sacred. Trust is a demonstration of love + respect. Trust is foreign to some, yet a comfort to all. Trust allows you to do the unthinkable + believe the impossible. Without trust...there is no relationship.... I'm sure this sounds a bit harsh, but it's true! Trust is the foundation for any relationship. You trust that you will be paid in two weeks for the work you do now. You trust that when you drive across a bridge it won't give out on you. Every place we go, we experience some level of trust. Is it any wonder when it's broken we become so defensive? 

The Ultimate Guide to Positive Discipline

I don't have to know you personally to know that you have areas of improvement in your life. How can I say this with such confidence? Well because I have areas of improvement as well. Discipline is something everyone could use more of! We grow disciplined in one area + then discover another area where we need to start working to improve. Our first experience with discipline comes when we are infants. Our parents instill in us values, ethics + morals for navigating through various phases of life. This experience can either be positive or negative.

Once we become parents, we have a choice to pass on the same parenting techniques or raise our children to experience the world differently. How do we know we are disciplining in a style that is beneficial to our child(ren)?

How to Date Your Kid!

February is almost over and though it's known worldwide as the month to celebrate love - us FTHC Tribe members strive to show love all year round!  We focus on doing small things consistently in an effort to enhance the overall health of our relationships. We not only do them, but we try to be genuine in our connections with others. Being authentic means being truly present in the here and now each moment spent together. Life is so busy and if we're honest, many of us probably struggle with making time to be truly present. 

Well hello!

If this is your first time visiting the blog I would like to welcome you! If you're one of my regular subbies - welcome back! You might have noticed I took a week off of blogging after the Relationship Series! Whew! That was a lot of tough work you guys put in + I'm glad you made it through. If you have no clue what I'm talking about, you can click this link to start the 20 Days to Better Relationships series! I will not take the series down, so you can come back to this website at any time + refer to it.

Keeping in line with exploring our relationships + growing stronger, healthier, happier lives comes being honest. If we want to grow, both personally + in our relationships, the first person we have to be honest with is ourselves.

We have to confront the things that hold us back in order to move forward.