Not everyone loves the idea of using an app to do their Everflections. We now have a paperback version or Everflect couple (with the 10week course included!)
You can also start getting in the habit of doing a Family and Parent-Child Everflection with these FREE printouts!
Tips on making your Family Everflection great!
#1 – START TALKING – Break the ice with some fun get-to-know-you questions or other fun activities and conversation (Our free printable version has a new get-to-know-you question for each Everflection).
#2 – GOOD GOES FIRST – Follow the order of the guide. There is purpose in it. Before diving into all of the improvements you want the family to make, focus on what is going well. Every family has strengths. Need help discovering your family’s strengths? Check out this article (not sponsored/affiliated).
#3 – LISTEN WITH LOVE – When you discuss ways the family could improve and solutions for those problems, listen to everyone’sinput. Write down EVERY idea (even if you know it won’t work). Everyone’s thoughts and feelings are valid.
#4- BE IN IT TOGETHER – The purpose of a Family Everflection is to talk about how you are functioning as a unit(rather than individual strengths and short-comings). Whether you’re discussing strengths or needed improvement, remember that you are always on the same side. You are a team.
#5 – HAVE FUN – Even though it can sometimes feel tedious, Family Everflections can be fun! Consider having a treat or game at the end of your Everflection.