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June Raising Happiness Newsletter

June 24, 2013 | Newsletters | 0 comments

Building Cohesive Families

Happy Summer!

I’m headed out on a two-week writing retreat while my kids are away at summer camp—what a joy and luxury! I’ll be totally unplugged: no phones, texts, emails, TV. Just me and my reading and writing.

Back home, though, we’ll get into a new summer routine. Our plan is to spice up our family meetings, and spend lots of time with extended family—both of which will help us build a more cohesive family.

I wish you much joy this summer!

How to Build a Happy Family
Creating strong children and cohesive families through the stories we tell.
20 Questions to Ask Your Father  
Print this list for your next family dinner or gathering.

Rethinking Family Meetings
More calm and less chaos in just 20 minutes a week.
Do You Have Family Meetings?
Rona and I talk about the ins and outs of having successful family meetings: what works, what doesn’t, and what you can hope to accomplish.

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