Strong, solid family relationships do not just happen; There are some critical elements that need to be able to develop these family ties. If a relationship is based on a solid foundation, it can withstand the wrists of everyday life and the unexpected moments of chaos. Mutual respect, time of fun, constant encouragement and communicated love are the four pillars of strong relationships.
The lack of respect causes problems in all relationships. When working with children, adults need to remind themselves that they are respected. Calculation, shouting, blow, conversation, things for children they can do, following double standards, are all disrespectful. (Ask yourself: do you have to have your kids knock before they enter their bedroom, but will they be released?) In order to create mutual respect, we must be ready to show respect for our children. It's a great way to minimize your negative conversations. Talk to your children if the mood is friendly and optimistic.
Quality time is another key component of building a healthy, happy relationship. This is not the quantity but the amount of time spent with your family members. An hour quality time is much more valuable than a five-hour conflict. Spend time with every member of the family daily and do something together to enjoy – stay in touch! I know you're busy, but your children will not live with you forever. Enjoy your time NOW! In addition to the individual time, I strongly suggest that you schedule family entertainment every week, giving you time to laugh, enjoy each other's company and build memories that will comfort you in the coming years.
Believe in your family Members to believe in you. Your children will be particularly beneficial from frequent encouragement. The co-operative relationship depends on how the children feel about themselves and about how they feel. So instead of focusing on the mistakes of the kids, show them what you love and appreciate about them. Explain exactly what behavior you want to repeat, give them a recipe for success!
Obviously and regularly communicate with your family with love. This increases the safety of children and strengthens marriage! Let your family feel and hear your love. On the back of a gentle bouncing, embracing, kissing, and blond hair are extremely important gestures. Your attitude also expresses your love. If you show mutual respect and allow your children to develop responsibility and independence and this is the deepest expression of love