It is now more important than ever to have open lines of communication, especially in families. But that is easier said than done. It's not that we don't want to talk with each other about important things; it's that so many of us don't know how to start, or the time never seems right. Everyone is always so busy. Too often we have something we want to bring up but put it off until later, and later seems to never come.

Or, what passes for real conversation takes some variation of, “How was your day?” “Fine.” “Good.”
Talking? Yes.
Really communicating? No.

The questions below offer a series of possible "starts" as openers for more meaningful conversations. Each has the potential to serve as a starting point to discuss issues.
This is quite different from "How was your day? Fine."

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Can you relate to having too much to do?


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