When we have each other,
we have everything
WRAP and Families
The word “family” can mean many things. It may take the form of two parents and their children, a parent and a child, a group of individuals who may or may not live together and may or may not be related but who spend a lot of time together and meet specific family needs, or many other forms. What’s important is that this family is a group of people who want to be together in a relationship that supports growth, happiness, and wellness.
Many families have a hard time working together or getting along. Unhealthy patterns may have started a long time ago or been passed from one generation to the next. Old habits can be hard to break, but they can be changed. If your family wants to become healthier and happier, WRAP can help. Each member can contribute to plans for your family intended to improve how you all get along, meet daily challenges, and cooperate. Creating a family WRAP can be a fun and helpful process for all family members who choose to take part.
Families Books and Materials
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