Dec 25, 2018
The secret to love is kindness -- a very simple concept that many people tend to overlook. Take a closer look at your relationships, for example. When was the last time you made coffee for your husband or gave your wife a back rub?
When was the last time you were present and available to listen to what your children had to say?
When was the last time you did an unexpected good deed for someone you don’t know just because you want to be kind?
When was the last time you made a conscious effort to pay attention to your tone and attitude when expressing your feelings or a different point of view?
Today, I share how to be kind to the people in your relationships -- to your spouse, children, even to strangers. I explain the difference between being nice and being kind, the impact that a parent’s kindness can have on their children’s character, and the significance of being kind to yourself. I also emphasize the roles that your tone and body language play in showing kindness to others and yourself as well as some actionable tips on showing kindness to the people in your relationships.
“Research has shown that kindness along with emotional stability is the most important predictor of satisfaction and stability in a marriage.” - Pripo Teplitsky
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