Feeling Alone?

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  • We speak up when we feel “left out” or “not heard” line. This takes an element of bravery, but it can save your relationship.
  • Without fighting or being offended by the conversation, we let each other voice their need for more understanding and closeness in the area of the pain.
  • It is unacceptable for anyone in the family to gang up on anyone else. It’s one thing to feel isolated because of a disagreement between a married couple who are committed to getting things back together ASAP. It’s another thing to feel like the odd man out within the family setting. We all need to feel VALUED!

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