Many people value family across the United States and in other countries too. A happy family can make all the difference in a child’s life! Children look to their parents for unconditional love, support, affection, etc. The relationship between a child’s parents, for example if his or her parents remain married, never got married, are divorced, are separated, etc., will most likely have a very significant impact on the family unit, and affect the child’s forming of relationships. Hence, children with parents that aren’t married, living at home, and don’t seem to be happy, might have a difficult time connecting with others, and establishing meaningful relationships or friendships with others, such as their teammates on a sports team, classmates, and neighbors.
Children with parents that aren’t happily married might have a difficult time trusting and letting others, such as potential love interests, into their lives. However, anyone, such as children that come from divorced, separated or married families, can fear getting hurt and might not know if they’re capable of having meaningful or serious relationships. For example, people might not know what a meaningful relationship is, and/or they might not have seen a model of a great relationship. I’m Daryl Welch and I had a lot of friends growing up that came from divorced, separated, or broken homes. Even throughout college, some of these friends had a hard time forming and keeping relationships; however, some of my other friends and my peers formed relationships with ease. When I was growing up, my friends and peers said that I wasn’t bad at connecting with others and forming meaningful relationships, but I had a lot of room for improvement. Now, after graduating from college and joining the workforce, I have matured, gone on many dates, been in long-term relationships, and I’ve seen the value of forming these many meaningful connections.
I’ve learned a lot about how much time and effort that you should put into a relationship with a friend, and/or a significant other. I love being surrounding myself with my family and friends, and I invite them over to my place or we go out to bond, which happens at least a few times a month. I’m passionate about sharing what I’ve learned about family, friends, achieving happiness, and finding a balance in life that works best to cater to your lifestyle. It’s important to set goals for yourself when it comes to your personal and professional relationships, professional life (i.e. your career), whether or not you’re ready to start a family soon, and you should set goals to help guide your future (i.e. what you plan to accomplish ten years from now).
I founded this blog to share my insights on topics, such as family, friends, home, the importance of establishing meaningful relationships, and I want to help you on your route to attain a future full of happiness! Family and friends can have a large impact on your life, so you should treat them with love and respect. My parents taught me how to be nice and the importance of going the extra mile to help out a loved one, or someone that you care about, and I make sure to not be hypocritical. Checkout my website for tips that can aid you to achieve and maintain meaningful relationships with a significant other, family, friends, etc., and to learn more information that can help you on your quest of a bright, successful, and happy life.