Bring Your Family Together
The first and most important step in improving your family life is realizing that change is inevitable and that the only way your family succeeds is when you change first. The question you have to ask yourself is, “Am I willing to be a better me, for a better we?” It is only by exploring who you are first that you can influence the most significant change and launch the effort to be unified in purpose.
Almost equally as important is being sure that you and your spouse are aligned in purpose, because together you are stronger. We define being aligned as not only sharing similar values, but establishing them by writing them down, declaring them to your family, and integrating them into a common language within your home. Your values provide direction.
Finally, unity means that you routinely gather together as a family and communicate. It may sound overly formal, but structured meetings with your children is an important way of improving communication and reminding them that they are part of a family that shares values and cares about them.
Unity asks you to look more deeply at Who you are, What you Believe in, and How you do it.