Connect

Today, people are struggling to connect more than ever.

“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” -Brené Brown

At {TFB}, we feel the first step in supporting families in their effort to develop bonds that will help them stick together is to help them meaningfully connect with one another.

Consider working through this website and its resources in this order.

  1. Connect with yourself.

  2. Connect with your spouse.

  3. Connect with your kids.


Please note though it’s not included in the progression outlined above, at {TFB} we believe a connection with God is always a priority and supremely supports the connections and bonds you will be forming and strengthening in each of these relationships. New resources are added regularly to support you in this.


Happy connecting!

With God

If you are connected with what is happening in your spirit, it will be easier for you to connect to yourself and others. This is also a very deeply personal journey, so the resources below are many and varied. We hope they are helpful to you. Don’t forget to also check out Jennifer’s God Stories … Continue reading With God

With Yourself

If you are connected with what is happening in your own body, mind and spirit, you will find it easier to tune into your spouse and children. For that reason, {TFB} encourages you to connect with yourself as a first step to building a stronger family. You will find that both you and your family … Continue reading With Yourself

With Your Spouse

Resources for families trying to stick together. This resource is under development. Check back soon for more! In the meantime…

With Your Kids

Resources for families trying to stick together. This resource is under development. Check back soon for more! In the meantime…