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October 13, 2021 4 min read
We all know how important family is; they are the people who love us unconditionally. But if you’ve ever tried to talk to other people about your family, you’ll learn that other people might not understand what it means to be in a relationship with your family. Here are some ways to strengthen family relationships this Christmas!
Family relationships are something that everyone has but oftentimes people don't know how to describe them because they're different things for different families. For some, these relationships could be more like friends while others would see them as "mother and son" or "siblings."
We cannot deny the truth that misunderstandings and conflicts arise within a family relationship which may result in a broken family, which is what we don't want our children to experience. That's why we need to understand...
Many people have this misconception that family bonds are something that they don't need to worry about. But the truth is, having a strong family bond can have many benefits on your child's development. They can have healthier relationships with their parents and siblings, as well as themselves.
A strong family bond is one of the most important things a child can have. Studies have shown that children who are close to their families are statistically less likely to experience mental illness or addiction, more likely to earn higher grades in school, and more likely to feel that they are cared for. These bonds also help children become more socially well-adjusted, which can have an enormous impact on their development.
Regardless of your family type, having a time to bond with family is very essential to your child’s well being. You can start strengthening your family ties by knowing…
Communication is all about understanding each other. The better the understanding, the better the communication.
It is difficult to achieve a deep understanding of another person, even if you are close to them, especially with children. This is because there are three different levels of communication - verbal, nonverbal and body language. And there is a huge difference between the communication levels of children and adults
Verbal communication is the most common form of communication in our day-to-day life. We use it to share information with others verbally by means of voice or through sign language or through written letters or emails etc. Nonverbal communication can be gestures, facial expressions or other non-vocal methods that people use to communicate their feelings and emotions without speaking aloud. Body language refers to physical gestures and posture that people use to convey their thoughts and feelings about things either verbally or nonverbally.
Trying to understand someone who is part of your family often requires being on the lookout for both verbal and non-verbal cues. For example, we listen when they speak but we also watch closely for non-verbal cues like facial expressions, hand gestures, and body language. A lot of patience is often needed when communicating with your children, so it's important to remain calm and not lose your temper as this will only drive them away from you.
Hence at a very early age, parents are strongly advised by co-parents and experts to start…
Parents who believe in the power of routines and rituals can create lifetime traditions with their children simply by establishing a few simple routines early on, such as having a nightly bedtime routine or reading one story before bed.
As a parent, it's important to never take a day for granted and to use each day as a teaching opportunity. Kids grow up so fast and parents should try to use every opportunity they have to teach their children something new.
It is important for parents to create expectations for their child and follow through with them. These expectations may be grounded in family traditions, religious beliefs, or other philosophies. They can also be based on values that the parents want to instill in their children such as respect for elders, and obedience to authorities.
Family relationships can be important for more than just building values. As a parent, it's your duty to think outside of the box and find fun and exciting activities that create happy memories for your kids.
The activities that strengthen family bonds can vary from family to family. For many families it's a shared hobby. For others, it is a long-standing tradition like celebrating holidays and birthdays together.
At the end of the day, all we want is for our families to be happy and healthy. We want them to love us as much as we love them. And those moments that we share together strengthen those bonds and make those relationships stronger than ever before.
Every family has members who have interests that may differ from one another. It would be best that each try to get into Dad’s, Mom’s, Brother’s, Sister’s and/or Baby’s world for some time and learn how you can appreciate one another better.
What activities strengthen your family bond the most? Please share your experiences in the comments below! Your shared experiences are highly appreciated!
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October 18, 2021 1 min read
This Halloween 2021, try to make it a day of family-friendly activities that will keep everyone engaged in the spooky festivities. Attempting to create a variety of activities that are easy enough for younger children but still fun for adults will help ensure everyone has a great time.
Here's quick read series from a best-selling kid's Halloween book for you to get fun activities and ideas for your kids Halloween 2021 party!
October 04, 2021 4 min read
Children are born with an innate desire to explore and learn new things about their environment, called “neophilia." It's a result of genetics, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota. And it's triggered by an evolutionary imperative that can be traced back to our primitive ancestors who needed to gather food and find shelter in order for the species to survive.
The most important thing that parents can do is support the child’s exploration with encouragement and praise. If parents react negatively when a child does something wrong (such as touch the stove) what the child will learn is that exploration leads to punishment. This will make them less likely to want to explore new things in the future.
September 27, 2021 3 min read
With a stronger bond between family members, children thrive and develop the discipline to accomplish their goals. Stronger family ties produce confident, happy kids who are less likely to fall into bad habits or risk-taking behaviors.
One of the best ways to bond with family is by spending time with them. However, it can be hard to find enough time for everyone all at the same time. Here are five easy and inexpensive ways to spend time with your family:
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