When someone is dependable, they are usually on time, are reliable, can be trusted, have integrity, do what they say they are going to do, work without supervision, pay attention to details, and are respectable.
We may think, we’ve got this, but what we really need is to know how to help our spouse or kids become more dependable . . . because they don’t seem to get it.
Why is it natural for us to point the finger at those around us instead of (more…)