Rebuilding The Family Structure Can Sometimes Destroy Longtime Family Relationships

Rebuilding The Family Structure Can Sometimes Destroy Longtime Family Relationships

Low LightDuring the rebuilding process you might alienate family members that you thought were your biggest supporters.  

A strong commitment is needed to rebuild family bonds.  It is not an easy task.   A committed support team is needed, that is, family members that are willing to go the extra mile.  Additionally, you may cause more breakdowns in the structure before you see any progress.  Don’t lose sight of your goal.

 Act on your word, make a commitment, and follow through with a plan of action.  You might even wind up working alone. It will be difficult to stay focused when you find yourself in a situation like this.  Of course, it is disappointing when you lose the support of family members that had promised to stand with you.  When the going gets tough, the tough stay committed.  Those that bailed were not tough, nor were they committed. Those that didn’t keep their word are unconsciously expecting failure. 

Disconnections may occur when your strength and loyalty continues to fuel your efforts, without falter.  Your popularity dwindles because your bright spotlight is blinding the spectators.  You are now looked upon as a threat. “How can that be?”  You make the quitters look like—-quitters. Continue to act on your word, you will soar effortlessly. If you have ever been in a situation like this, then you will know what I am talking about. Stay focused —there is allot to gain.  There are others waiting ahead to carry the torch.  Don’t look back… 

What may not be apparent to onlookers is that once you make a commitment and have given your word, the universe aligns itself so that everything that you are confronted with coincides with that commitment.  A path is chiseled out for you so no one and nothing can block you from fulfilling your goal.  

You are the strength your family needs.  Know this… might take others awhile to admit it.

About GDR: I am a positive , self-motivated individual who has gained strength from life's gifts, trials and lessons. I enjoy networking with others through written communication. My goal is to inspire, motivate and fellowship with others via The gdr blog. Additionally, hablo espanol!

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