How to Improve Your Relationships was originally written in November 2016, I recently came across it and there it was.   The reason my life today is better than it was then.
Why I have this wonderful relationship with George, why I find that my friendships are deeper and why I am happier.   I hadn’t realized that this simple course I had taken so deeply into my psyche.   Honestly I hadn’t thought about this post at all, but it made a huge impact on me.
Today I am sharing it again with my readers, in hopes that it helps you too.   It may have an impact on you too somewhere down the road.

How to Improve your Relationships – Original Post

I saw this the other day and it had an impact on me so I thought I would share it with my readers:
A Short Course in Human Relations
  •  The six most important words: I admit that I was wrong.
  • The five most important words: You did a great job.
  • The four most important words: What do you think?
  • The three most important words: Could you please…
  • The two most important words: Thank you.
  • The most important word: We.
  • The least important word: I.

Relationships.   They are important.  Be it parent-child, boss-employee, siblings, friends or lovers.   The basics are all the same.   Gratitude for those in our life are important.   More important though is how you treat those that you love.

Words of encouragement, including others in the process, admitting you are wrong, please and thank you.   Simple right?   Yet, these are the type of words that get overlooked in long standing relationships.   We get lazy.   The next time you have difficulty with someone, double check yourself.  Perhaps you can immediately improve the situation by remembering these words.   Just an idea.   I know I will be working on this myself.

Rev. Colleen Irwin
Reverend Colleen Irwin is a Spiritual being having a human experience as a Blogger, Wife, Mother, Mentor, Healer and Public Speaker living in Rochester New York. Colleen, a Natural Born Medium, teaches, lectures and serves Spirit when called upon. She remembers speaking with Spirit as a child and learning how to share this knowledge with others has been an adventure that she captured in her book “Discovering Your Stream”. Colleen has been mentored by Reverend Jack Rudy, and ordained as a Priest in the Order of Melchizedek by the Reverend Dan Chesboro through the Sanctuary of the Beloved. When she is not doing her Spiritual work she is a volunteer docent sharing Susan B. Anthony's history to visitors of the Susan B. Anthony House in Rochester. Her trust in Spirit gave her a new title – PREVIVOR. She now uses her platform to educate others about the BRCA genetic mutation and how one can take control of their health and well-being.
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