How to build powerful strong family bonds one article at a time

Wine Country Nate The Great
2 min readMar 13, 2024

Create a list of different topics or areas of interest that you like and/or you think other family members like. Write at least a few sentences about what you like about each area of interest. Then, show this list to every family member at your next family get togethere printed out on a piece of paper with your printer. Ask each person to at least one topics that they like. And then ask them to add something, maybe even just one sentence about your topic of interest. Be careful to keep these articles that you create anonymous. Go to each family member who wants to participate in this activity and ask them to contribute. After weeks, months, years decades and even centuries, you might have something that is very useful and very powerful. Whether they are an orphan, a fiancé, or just a close friend these newsletters could be powerful connecting blocks to building a great family with bonds that are unbreakable. Make sure that contributions are kept private and anonymous. That is, don’t try to let others know who writes what. When there is privacy, there is much less opportunity to bully or be mean to someone else. Positive encouraging sentences should be kept, and negative comments should be deleted. Maybe one day these family articles could be published in a newsletter that could help other families know if someone might be compatible to join a family.

If you like this idea or just parts of this idea, please leave a comment for me. I’d love to here other ideas on how to make a newsletter one or two articles at a time.

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Wine Country Nate The Great

When not making creative, amazing and obscure observations, I drive for Doordash and Uber. I also do private wine tasting tours out of Windsor and Healdsburg.