In families where open communication is practiced, each member feels that he is loved and respected in the family circle. Open communication also helps to deal with emerging conflicts. This kind of communication is based on listening, empathy, support and joint problem solving.
Make communication with children your priority. Open and comfortable communication develops a child’s confidence, self-esteem, willingness to cooperate, as well as a healthy and warm relationship between you. Take the time and effort to develop your relationships and communication skills while talking with children as much as possible. Continue reading
Many of us may recall how our parents spanked us in disobedience as a child. Statistics show that more than 300 million children worldwide are punished. Usually, children are spanked easily so as not to cause physical pain, but only affect their behavior. This form of punishment has been common for decades and even centuries. It was believed that spanking could even be useful because it helps to alter a child’s bad behavior.
However, over the past decades, attitudes towards punishments of this kind have changed. In the late 90s of the twentieth century, scientists first stated that spanking children is unacceptable. They hold this opinion today. Continue reading
One of the main components of a happy family is the relationship between all its members: the ability to communicate, support and maintain relationships between parents and children.
Each family member wants to be understood, loved and paid attention to. If this happens, a strong emotional connection arises between family members.
Unfortunately, modern society does not always contribute to maintaining family ties.
Today we have so many modern technologies, but at the same time we are talking less and less to each other live. The high rhythm of modern life leads to the fact that we devote less time to our family. Continue reading