The need for a strong family unit is even more important today compared to our parents’ time.
These days, parents tend to work longer hours, and even children are forced to spend more time doing co-curricular activities to prepare them for an ever changing work environment that awaits them – not to mention the temptation of the internet.
In an ideal setting, the idea of a “home” is supposed to be a space where each family member would yearn to return to and a place where you can draw unconditional love and support from. But the reality for many families, not just in the US, but around the world, a home is where a family member just rest for the night in order to recuperate in preparation for the next day.
Some families have it worse than others, but the point is, the demands and challenges of our fast paced world is slowly contributing to the breakdown of family relationships.
Do all of that sound close to home?
Do you feel that the strong family ties you used to have are slowly being eroded by personal commitments, needs and wants?
Don’t worry, it’s not too late to change things back to what they were.
In this article, we will go through three talking points on building healthy family relationships that can help you, and your children, withstand the demands of the modern society we live in.
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