When someone is fired from a job, it is not uncommon to hear that the public explanation is to spend more time with their family.
When they get a new job, does that mean that they have spent enough time with the family?
More time is not what most family members really want.
More time focused on them is all they really ask.
All the family days don’t always add up to 30 minutes intently listening to each other in real time.
What seems like a difficult goal – spending more time with the people we love – is actually as easy as putting aside distractions and showing a heap of person centered interest in those close to us.
A walk together without a phone.
A talk without having to weigh in on your take for everything you hear.
A respite of fun.
Life does not have to be a big production.
Just a lot of little moments together.
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