What Family Culture are you creating?
Every family has culture that guides their interactions. Your family culture is simply what you see and expect from others. Basically, there are two relationship cultures - a Culture of Blame and a Culture of Responsibility. Since behavior is driven by the culture we are part of, the success of our families depends on which culture we create.
The Culture of Blame
"When we see others as the problem, that is the problem." - Mike Merchant, Arbinger
The Culture of Blame is controlled by feelings of obligation toward each other, the need to demand compliance in our children and the use of manipulation and punishment to control behavior. Our focus is on what others are doing wrong. We hold the belief that if the other person would just change, everything would get better.
The Culture of Responsibility
"Change only happens when I take responsibility for my own choices" - Shawn Breeden, founder of Forward Walking
The Culture of Responsibility is marked by feelings of grateful opportunity, even in difficult times. We seek to grant autonomy to others, believing that consequences, both good and bad, are the greatest teacher in the world. Here, individuals constantly consider how we can help others for our collective good. We stop trying to fix others and instead focus on building relationships and becoming helpful.
Aftercare coaching with Forward Walking will teach you to understand which culture your are choosing to create and guide to live by The 4 Rhythms of Responsibility.
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