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6 Ways to Take Your Relationships to the Next Level

4. Have Humility

It’s hard to admit when you’re wrong, and even harder to admit that someone else is right. When you allow the pride in your life to be dismissed, you’re actually telling people you honor and respect their thoughts and opinions in conversation. Humility is another thing that can make or break any relationship. It’s easy for pride to sneak up on you, especially when it comes to something you’re passionate about. What you need to realize is that you are not always going to be right, and that needs to be OK with you.

5. Unplug From Technology 

Get off your phone and mobile devices! I’m definitely at fault for this one. It’s really easy for us to get caught up in the world of Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram. But what we need to realize is that without proper balance, social networking sites can actually hurt our social lives. You know, the relationships that actually matter. Even though social networking is fun and entertaining, we must not forget about the value of a face-to-face conversation. Go hiking. Go out to dinner. Put away your devices so you can give people the time and attention they deserve.

6. Go on Adventures 

Get away from the cultural norms of life. Get off your couch, get out of your office, and get away from the comfort of your living room. Do something you wouldn’t normally do, and experiences circumstances you wouldn’t normally encounter. When you put yourself in situations that are uncomfortable, you will uncover attributes about yourself and your relationship that you have never had a chance to exercise.  

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Jarrid Wilson was a husband, pastor and author relentlessly sharing the love of Jesus. In September of 2019, Jarrid tragically passed away by suicide. He is survived by his wife, Juli, and his two sons, Finch and Denham. His larger than life personality, heart for all people and passion for telling others about the grace and love of Jesus was unmatched, and he is greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. We stand on the promise of Revelation 21:4 that reminds us that in heaven, there is no more sorrow, suffering or death. Hope gets the last word.