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Loved and cared

  • A family allows us to feel safe, protected, accepted and loved despite our shortcomings.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Family Relationship: Why Is It Important And How To Build It?

Born into a relationship
  • Families are the basic units that teach children about relationships. Children brought up in a healthy family will be able to form better bonds outside their home.

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Sharing is caring
  • Strong relationships teach us how to build trust in others as family members share both good and bad times together.

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Why are Family Relationships Important?

A family is important because our mental growth, well-being, and stability all depend on our family.

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Interconnectedness
  • A family makes all its members feel safe and connected to one another.
  • It provides us with the comfort of having people by our side during tough times, helping us to manage our stress.

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Grow confident
  • Conflicts in family teach children a respectful way to resolve problems in the future.
  • A strong family is all a person needs to become confident in life.

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Maintain daily and weekly family routines. Eat, go to sleep, and do regular family activities according to a predictable schedule. Routines and rituals help establish a family identify, reduce stress, and create a stable, comfortable environment.[1]

  • In addition to improving communication, regular family meetings can be a major part of your family routine.
  • Try to practice leaving work at work whenever possible, and focus on your family when you're with them.

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Dreaded Family Time

During the holiday season, many people are uncomfortable to spend time with their families due to a history of personal fights or disagreements.

15 % of Americans say that having a family dinner stresses them out because of the resulting arguments.

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