|ADHD & Marriage - Weekly Marriage Tip - March 30, 2012|
Heart to Heart
Tips for Thriving in your Marriage
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“…the press corps thinks that if I’m not spending enough time with them I must be cold and aloof. The fact is, I’ve got a 13-year-old daughter, and so, no, Michelle and I don’t do the social scene, because as busy as we are, we have a limited amount of time, and we want to be good parents at a time that’s vitally important to our kids”.
- President Barack Obama
I am often asked about life balance questions. How do you get enough done at work while also still meeting the emotional needs of your family? The answer to this comes in setting boundaries. With very few exceptions, which mostly happen when you are just entering the work force and are often single, anyway, your co-workers respect the setting boundaries around home life.
Here are some examples of boundaries between office and home that might work for you:
As they say, few look back on their life and says “I wish I had worked harder.” Many look back and say they wish they had connected better with family. If the President of the United States can put aside his job at certain times for his family, so can you.
MY NEXT SESSION OF THE ADHD EFFECT COUPLES COURSE STARTS ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2012. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO THIS LINK.
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