Tip of the Day: Making Family Resolutions
2. Recognize what you’re doing to contribute to the problem. You may be very loving and well-intended, but you could be making critical mistakes.
3. Learn to delegate. Oftentimes, mothers take it all on themselves when their children are old enough to lend a helping hand. You can’t do everything.
4. Eat meals together. Spending time together is vital. If everyone has a different schedule and you don’t even gather together for a family meal, you are missing an important part of a cohesive family. Make a commitment to sit down for a family meal every evening.