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I know it can’t be just me. But, it happens almost every week, and it drives me nuts.
It’s Sunday morning and we’re trying to get out the door for church. And of course, everyone’s running a few minutes behind and I can feel my frustration boil.
As soon as everyone’s in the car I turn around and lay into them.
“We’re ALWAYS late for church and I’m sick of it! It makes me feel like I’m the only one that cares!”
Peter (my 8yo) starts crying. Calvin (11yo) begins to argue, but then quickly shuts his mouth. Scott (my 40yo) turns and gives me the look, like “is that really necessary?”
Ok, this is not my best moment by any means, and I instantly regret it.
But I know you understand what I’m talking about.
Because you’ve been there, too... whether it’s church or school or meeting up with friends at a certain time.
That feeling...of all of us sitting in the car, fuming with anger and resentment... is NOT what I want to be known for. This is not the culture that I want in our family.
Family culture exists whether you know it or not - for better or worse.
Then try throwing some good intentions of personal self-care into the mix, and you have a recipe for disaster and high levels of frustration for everyone involved.
Today, I want to introduce you to an expert on this subject. After spending years helping businesses and large organizations create healthy, thriving cultures, Kimberly Amici is now focused on helping families thrive.
Kimberly is the founder of Build Your Best Family, and today she’s going to show us how we can get clear on our family values and start living them out in practical ways.
Some of my favorite quotes from this episode are:
“Ask yourself ‘how do we want people to feel when they leave our presence?’”
“Getting that buy-in from other family members can be hard, so we have to start by being clear on our own personal values first.”
We also talk about:
If you crave a healthy family culture - and you desire to parent your kids with purpose according to your strong family values - this episode is for you!
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