Family, Parenting

The Words That Will Transform Your Home, Marriage And Relationship

How will you feel when you give your child a gift and as he/she collects it without any appreciation leave your presence?
How will you feel when your partner ask you to do something by commanding?
Or you are offended and the other party cannot apologize nor to pronounce the word, ‘Sorry’?

There are some words that you need when necessary to help you build your homes, connect your family and creating a lasting relationship bound in love even in your marriage life.

These are words of great importance for every member of the family.
These are words the parents need to communicate with their children, and the children to their parents in return (because your children observe things you do). Likewise, these are words the husband needs to tell his wife and vice versa.

You Might Be Asking: What Are The Words?
Simple, the major three words include:

* Please
* Thanks or Thank You
* Sorry or Am Sorry

You might be looking at it that, “What’s special about that?”

Believe me, they’re all important.

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About Bodjetstar

ADEDIYA Olabode "Bodjetstar" is the Founder & Owner of Channel of Virtue, Nigeria's No. 1 Online Family and Parenting Magazine. He is also the Founder of The Great Value, an online Youth Development Magazine for Nigerians. Learn more and Connect with him on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @Bodjetstar

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