Family Club

What is family to a person? A word that everyone understands. It has been with each of us since the first moments of our lives. Family is a home, a mum and dad, a loved one. It is shared cares, joys and deeds. It is love and happiness. Family is the backbone and the foundation on which all of life is built. We are all born into a family, and when we grow up, we create our own. That's the way human beings are built. Families can be different: happy and cheerful, strict and conservative, unhappy and incomplete. Why is this so? Different families have different characters, just like people. If a person, as an individual, defines his life on the basis of his life priorities, so does the family, as a complex consisting of individual personalities interconnected by family and emotional relations, builds its present and future on the basis of its own values. Family and family values are the most important foundation on which any person's life is built. The formation of personality begins in the family: family values impart the necessary skills for the harmonious development of a holistic nature. What is most important in a family? It is very difficult to give an unequivocal answer to this question. Love? Mutual understanding? Care and involvement? Or maybe dedication and hard work? Or the strict observance of family traditions? Family and family values are always inextricably linked and do not exist without each other. If there is no family, family values automatically lose their meaning. No legitimate relationship between a man and a woman exists, or has ever existed, without fundamental principles. It is through them that spouses manage to maintain spiritual health, unity and integrity over the years. Traditional family values are built on care and love. Changes and developments in society and new attitudes are accordingly shaping a new understanding of family values. Today the moral priorities of parents and children differ considerably. Children have a more progressive but stricter attitude towards this notion. This tendency is due to the fact that each successive young generation takes from the previous one only the essentials, bringing in its own, currently relevant, family customs and traditions. Certainly, notions such as trust, love, mutual help, respect and kindness remain fundamental for people of the 21st century. But sadly they are subjected to pressure from a variety of factors, which are due to the problems of society. According to sociological surveys, family national traditions and customs are not in the first or even second place among young people. They have been overtaken by education, career, relationships with friends and passions. If traditional family values are to be preserved, examples for the younger generation must first and foremost be drawn from their own life experiences. Although some people may not have been brought up in such a positive environment and may not have been able to imbibe a loving, genuine family relationship, they should make an effort at a mature age to make up for lost time, and try to make the world a better and brighter place through their relationships with their neighbours. Everyone can do this. How are family values nurtured? Today interactions between close people can be conventionally divided into modern and traditional and they sometimes conflict with each other. Each person has his or her own individual notion of how to preserve a relationship and marriage. Some of this has been taught by parents and some has been learned from their own life experience. When a young family is just formed, spouses do not always think about what it means to respect their partner's opinion, to reckon with their personal space. Often they immediately start expecting only good from each other and believe that it is the partner who has to create this good. At this stage, it should be understood that the responsibility for a harmonious union lies equally on the man and the woman. Here, each one, taking his position according to gender, must protect and cultivate everything that can make the marriage successful and the future children happy. One may not be the ideal, but one must try. In any period of relationship (it does not matter if it is a couple that has been married for many years, or a young family) you need to educate yourself, work on yourself. Any problems can be learned to solve peacefully, which will be the beginning of the road to mutual happiness. As a result, in a short time the life of the couple will be transformed for the better, communication will become better or transformed.


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