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The Strongest Family Unit for Your Children

Building a Strong Family despite the distractions of the world

How to build a strong family unit, working outside the home, mom lifeThis is something a lot of children growing up in the modern world are missing. The importance of family, and to have that strong family unit just seems to be dipping, and we think things like technology and other distractions are ruling the roost at the minute. Not only that, but being a family in the modern world is just so hard. There’s so many different things to think of in terms of providing, and trying to make sure the kids are happy, that families lose sight of what it actually means to be a family. They get caught up in a sort of cycle of life, and the harder times get, the harder it becomes to try and be that strong family unit. So, if you feel like yours might be lacking a few elements, or you’re just curious as to what a strong family unit should be, keep on reading to find out more.

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A Strong Bond

Building a Strong Family despite the distractions of the world

This is the most important one. If you want to have a strong family unit for your child, you have to make sure you have a strong bond between all of you, not just between you and your partner. But we have to admit, if a family unit is going to breakdown, it will be because of the parents involved, and the troubles the married life can bring. Feldman & Lee PS divorce law firm is just one of the firms around the country dealing with the break up of marriages happening on a daily basis, and a lot of them are to do with the strains family life brings on a couple. If you want to keep a strong family bond, you’re going to have to work on your relationship and make sure that it is solid, so that your family life can be secure as well.

 

There For Anything

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We think if you really want to be a strong family unit for your children, you’re going to have to be there for them, for anything. You’ll have to be at every sports match, or every school event. But most importantly, you’ll have to be there for them when they need you the most. You have to be that person that they can come to about anything in life, knowing that you will listen and help them, rather than judge and school them. So many children as they move through to their teenage years can’t approach their parents about any situations, mainly because they’re scared of the outcome!

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Children Focused Family

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This one most definitely is important. If you’re not focused on your children all of the time, you’re going to make them miss out on so many opportunities in life. You have to try and take them to places they’ve never been before, and make sure you’re with them every step of the way through their development. Just because they’re getting older, don’t let them sit in their room all day glued to a TV, be a strong family unit, and an active one.

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Nicole on January 2, 2019 at 7:02 am

    What a great post. I agree that a lot of problems within a family is with children is because there is a lack of family bonding. Even is parents separate, the child and family bond still needs to be present and strong for the child’s sake. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Natalie on December 31, 2018 at 11:45 am

    I want to see family is important, but some of the people who you want on your team are the ones tearing you down. I think when you’re able to find a group of people that are always there for you, is a great place to start a bond.

  3. marie on December 29, 2018 at 12:12 pm

    Truthful observation…a friend read me 1 Timothy 5:8 a while back, it says “If anyone does not provide for those who are his own, . . . he has disowned the faith.”​ Which means as parents, we need to make sure that our family gets spiritual food and attention…love, understanding, loyalty, and a place of security. Nowadays, people are too focused about money and how making life easier, they forgot that keeping it content and close are things worth more than money…

  4. Thena Franssen on December 29, 2018 at 7:11 am

    Great read. Keeping a strong family bond is so important nowadays and with all the outside distractions, this is more important than ever.

  5. Melanie Walsh on December 28, 2018 at 10:16 pm

    I really wanted my children’s childhoods to be full of unique opportunities. We have a lot of fun together, and I know that providing access to the wonders of the world around them will benefit them in the long run. Plus, it strengthens our family bond making memories together.

  6. Mardene Carr on December 28, 2018 at 3:41 am

    Family is important. A lot of the problems we have today are related to the lack of family bonds. Great post

    • Jackie on December 28, 2018 at 5:56 am

      That is such a good point! And I truly believe technology and the misuse of it is a big player in not bonding as a family.

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