There is certainly no instruction booklet on how to help our children foster positive relationships. The way we first learn is through modeling our parent’s behavior, by process of elimination, and through on the job training when we’re thrust into our social worlds in school and other places we socialize. As we know, sometimes these may not be the most reliable and most conducive lessons.
From my own experience and through the lens of my patients, I see the long-term effects that fractured relationships have on our self-confidence and overall happiness. It impacts on the way we view ourselves, others and relationships in general. Read more on Huffington Post.