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HE SAYS, SHE SAYS…


May. 22, 2014 Unlock the Champion

By: Freddie Scott II (Former Player and Special Contributor to yourPAF.com)

Henry Winkler once said, “Assumptions are the termites of relationships.” If you are like me, you can find yourself making assumptions easily, especially with those you love. Assumptions are simply coming to a conclusion about the other persons’ thoughts or predetermining the intent of a person based on your perception, especially when we don’t ask them if your perception is correct.

All of us have done it. We have all occasionally assumed the intent of others and allowed the negative self-talk to hinder effective dialog with our loved ones.

Click click below for 3 ways to avoid making assumptions with your family.

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