Did you watch the first season of Touch this year? It’s a TV series with an interesting premise.
Martin Bohm is a widower and single father who is haunted by an inability to connect to his emotionally challenged 11-year-old son Jake. But when Martin discovers that Jake can predict events before they happen, everything changes.
Connecting with your children is so important. Some ideas on how to better your parent/child relationship include:
- Set aside one evening a week when your family can prepare and eat dinner together. Allow each person to choose the recipe of the week, setting a rotating schedule to give everyone the chance to choose. Not only will you be spending time with each other, your children will learn basic cooking skills while you learn more about their favorite foods.
- Attend sporting events or extracurricular activities. No matter if they say how embarrassed they are because you’re the loudest cheerleader on the sideline, they’ll love you for supporting them.
- Plan family game night.
- Create a photo sharing project. Whether it’s making a photo e-book or scrapbooking with paper, this gives you a great opportunity to share stories and remember fun times with your kids.
- Take an evening walk. It’s a great way to reconnect at the end of a busy day and it allows stress and tension to release while you also create a habit of health in your family.
On DVD October 16th
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