Life is only ever as good as the health of your relationships. They truly enrich our lives, so must be looked after, cultivated and nurtured.
It’s a bit like gardening: the soil of our relationships must be fertilised regularly and kept free of weeds that could strangle their growth. The fact is that just one little weed left unattended for long enough has the potential to become a thick root, which can totally destabilise a relationship. That’s what we can prevent by doing a little regular ‘relationship gardening’.
What might those ‘little weeds’ be? In this practical message we identify six potential culprits – and in my book of the same title I have explored at least dozen more. So this is just a starter, but you will soon get the idea.
Have a listen to or watch this message, and discover proven strategies to help you cultivate and maintain healthy relationships. And I mean every kind of relationship you can think of: marriage, family, work, church, leisure, and so on.
Life gets better when we root out those relationship killers!