After a less than flattering series of events occurring within my own family, i figured this would be a great time to offer some advice to those who may also be facing (or have faced) friction between select members of their extended family. after all, the enemy shall not have the final say in how our family loves and interacts with one another.
6) Remove any and all Egos
I associate egos with a sense of entitlement. egos are trouble. the bigger the egos, the more entitled you feel. the more entitled you feel, the more likely you are to be disrespectful to those who you perceive to not be as entitled as you. disrespect is not ok under any circumstances because no one person is “better” than anyone. humble yourself. remove the ego so people can actually get a word through to you and be receptive to what comes out of your mouth.
Most arguments/misconceptions are strengthened through miscommunication and gossip. if you have something to say, the best thing you can do is take it to that family member in a responsible/respectful manner. it’s good practice to avoid talking to others only because other family members can sometimes do more harm than good with fueling your anger or animosity. minimize drama. communicate. (Read More)
See the compete original article at : http://causeraysaid.com/cause-ray-said/2016/5/31/6-ways-you-can-strengthen-your-relationship-with-your-extended-family-even-though-you-may-not-want-to