A Happy Family

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"Family" is, for many people, the closest, most fulfilling relationship situation in life.

Mother, father, sister, brother, grandmother, grandfather, uncle, aunt, cousin, niece, and nephew ... these are the special relationships we are "born" into. 

For many people, family is everything. 

When you get to the end of your life, it's going to be family and friends ("friends are the family you chose for yourself") that will end up making the difference between a good life and a great life.

As with all relationships, it is a combination of 3 simple factors that determines whether your relationships with your parents, children, brothers and sisters, or anyone else in your family will be close, fulfilling, and supportive or distant, tense, and antagonistic.  Those 3 factors are:

  1. The alignment of your "rules" with those of your family members
  2. Your level of happiness, optimism, and positivity
  3. A focus on nurturing your family relationships (just like any other relationships)

There is more to come in this section on family relationships.  In the meantime, learn all about how to improve your relationships by getting my free Happiness Formula video course.  Just fill in the information below to get the course free.  You can also check out other relationship parts of this website by clicking here.

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