THE FAMILY WHEEL
The best way to look at, and improve, your family life is to break it down into the ‘who’s who’, as there are often different issues with mums, dads, brothers and sisters, grandparents and children. That’s why there are spokes on this wheel for seven different types of family relationships. Of course, you may not have all seven and, in those instances, just miss out that section and plot your wheel in such a way as links the nearest two points either side.
So here’s the Family Wheel. First you’re going to rate each relationship, as it is now, using the guidance given below. Give yourself honest marks out of 10 (high marks being good, low marks being bad/poor).
Your significant other
Have you got one? A husband, wife, ...