Family Quotes and Sayings Page 3
"We start with our family, we may stray as life goes on but we all end
up with our family - appreciate them!"
"I know why families were created with all their imperfections.
They humanize you. They are made to make you forget yourself occasionally,
so that the beautiful balance of life is not destroyed."
"The car trip can draw the family together, as it was
in the days before television when parents and children
actually talked to each other."
Andrew H. Malcolm
"Cherish your family, make time, have patience, and laugh often with them."
B. B. Butler
Remember that your actions and decisions for the family will pay off once you are fully confident in raising your children.
Fhilcar Faunillan, Smart Parenting: A Complete Guide for Busy Parents
Various influences - our parents, other family members, teachers,
books we've read, discussions we've had, life experiences - all merge
together to form our core values.
Maya Green, Resolution Evolution for Moms
We need to start looking into our lives now to determine how
we interact with others (friends, family, partners, and our children).
Julia Vergara, Awaken Through Parenting
Your own family can negatively influence your life.
Often it is done unintentionally.
Sandra Leon, Success And Happiness
Not only does the world improve when women thrive individually,
but so will our families, organizations, communities, and governments.
Dr. Rachel Talton, Flourish: Have it All Without Losing Yourself
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The morale of the story is to allow your friends
and relatives to help you when you need it. That's what family and
community is all about after all.
Linda Kastiel Kozlowski, Motherhood, Inc. - Seven essential tools for success at home
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"While at work, keep a picture of your family on your desk.
This reminds you that there is another world of yours at home."
M. K. Soni
"The realities and challenges related to aging parents is a family matter.
Deliberate on the best way to cope with this change if your only
option is to provide the care, yourself."
Kathy Bishopson, Caring for Elderly Parents: A Son or Daughter's Guide to Taking Care of Elderly Parents
"Set goals with your family also. Help children learn this process early in life."
Meir Liraz, How to Improve Your Leadership and Management Skills
"Our family and cultural background forms our perception of
how to express anger."
Malcom Rockwood, Dealing with Difficult People
"It is not easy letting people down, but sometimes you have to.
For example, anytime you get a call that is from a friend or family
when you are in the middle of a task, do not take it. Wait for the time
you had arranged to take your breather and call them back then."
Seth Ryan, How To Prioritize And Organize Your Tasks
"You need to take care of your own health first before you take
care of your family, friends, or job obligations."
Samantha Westwood, Rise and Shine!
". . you have to STOP asking for perfection - perfect family, perfect
grades, perfect job, perfect love life, and perfect physique.
They simply won’t exist . . "
Russell Davis, Take a Leap of Faith and Accept Your Imperfections
"The great thing about exercising with older kids is the fact that
they need exercise as much as you do. Make the most of this
by making exercise a family affair."
Ashlee Meadows, Stress Management: Destressing Tips For Moms
"A few dollars can make the difference to what a family will be able to afford.
When you buy food in bulk, it works to reduce the cost of food
and helps you to buy more."
John Michaels, Learn How To Give On The Cheap: Make People Happy And Feel Better About Yourself Without Breaking The Bank
"Difficult people exist all around you and they can be the reason
of numerous problems in your life. You can find them in the workplace,
around your house, in your society and even in your family."
Helen R. Johnson, Emotional Intelligence
"From family to work to passions and interests, these are all very
important details to better understand the person sitting on the
other side of the table."
Calvin Simpson, Life Through The Eyes Of A Smile
"Many just attribute an unhappy marriage to their inability to persuade,
but a marriage and a family is about compromise, understanding, and effort."
Dr. Rachel Venturini, How to Persuade
"There are plenty of things you can do yourself or with the help of friends
and family. This can reduce the cost of the wedding as well as
some of the stress."
Sandra Breeze, The Stress Free Wedding
"If I could attribute any one thing to the success my family
has experienced through the years, it would simply be my wife
and I took the time to be there for our kids."
Willie Williams, 7 Steps to Parenting Power
"When you take some time to walk away and spend time with
people outside your immediate family you're actually helping yourself
because you get rid of that stress and getting rid of the stress is how
you're going to help your family as well."
Kate Flowers, The Happy Mom: The Guide To Happiness Every Mother Can Achieve
Children crave to feel needed, valued, and recognized as a part of the family.
To a child, belonging means to feel noticed, included, accepted and loved.
Richard O'Keef, How to Get Kids to Behave: The Manual that was Supposed to Come with Kids
"When your children are in college, don't treat them as 8-year olds any more.
Think of them as young adults and try to maintain a healthy relationship
so you'll be a close family five years from now."
Lee Binz, Senior Year Step-by-Step: Simple Instructions for Busy Homeschool Parents
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"Telling your colleagues, family members, and friends about your plans
to break bad habits will make you more likely to succeed."
Jordan Koma, Bad Habits
"Celebrate with your family, when it is called for.
Celebrate with your team at work, after accomplishing something great.
Celebrate with your friends, just because you can. It doesn't
have to be expensive or lengthy, but make the time to enjoy the milestones.
They are awesome."
Corey Morong, Awesome: How To Be One Of A Kind
"The secular Christmas is a festival of lights, a time for family gatherings, and a season to generously give
to those closest to us and to those in greatest need. These practices are enriching to everyone, and they are genuinely
congruent with the Christian origins of the celebration."
Timothy Keller, Hidden Christmas: The Surprising Truth Behind the Birth of Christ
The need for parents to embrace a mindful and consciousness-based approach to parenting is more
apparent than ever before. Society is in a constant state of flux, and families are under increasing pressure
keep up with the changes.
A. C. Jones, The Mindful Parenting Handbook: How to Raise an Emotionally Healthy Child in a Stressed Out Culture
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