Family and family values

The fam­i­ly is a tiny state with its inhab­i­tants and laws, cre­at­ed on love and respect. Each strong and close-knit fam­i­ly has its own fam­i­ly val­ues, which help this unit of soci­ety to main­tain its integri­ty.

Core family values

Peo­ple for whom the fam­i­ly is the main val­ue in life try to adhere to cer­tain moral prin­ci­ples that strength­en the cohe­sion, trust and love of all house­hold mem­bers.

Love in the fam­i­ly is an impor­tant fam­i­ly val­ue, and if you want to keep this feel­ing, remind your loved ones as often as pos­si­ble that you love them. It is pos­si­ble and nec­es­sary to say about love not only with words — your actions will tell about your ten­der feel­ings — small sur­pris­es under the pil­low, a cup of tea and a blan­ket on a cold win­ter evening, a can­dlelit din­ner, a fam­i­ly walk in the park.

A young fam­i­ly should also sup­port oth­er fam­i­ly val­ues:

  • sense of sig­nif­i­cance for each fam­i­ly mem­ber — each house­hold must know that they need him, they love him;
  • mutu­al respect - accept­ing the thoughts, feel­ings and hob­bies of anoth­er per­son;
  • hon­esty - if this val­ue is absent in the fam­i­ly, this means dis­re­spect for the per­son­al­i­ty of anoth­er per­son;
  • for­give­ness - it is impor­tant to learn to for­give peo­ple who make mis­takes;
  • gen­eros­i­ty - in the fam­i­ly it is nec­es­sary to give with­out think­ing what you will receive in return;
  • a respon­si­bil­i­ty - this val­ue is nec­es­sary for the peace of mind of oth­er fam­i­ly mem­bers who know that they have some­one to rely on;
  • com­mu­ni­ca­tion - this val­ue helps to strength­en the fam­i­ly, the fad­ing of com­mu­ni­ca­tion leads to mis­un­der­stand­ing and the breakup of the fam­i­ly;
  • tra­di­tions - this is one of the most impor­tant core val­ues ​​​​of the fam­i­ly, this is the unique­ness inher­ent only to you and your loved ones.
See also
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The Importance of Developing Family Values ​​in the Modern Family

For chil­dren, the fam­i­ly is prac­ti­cal­ly the whole world. Fam­i­ly val­ues ​​and tra­di­tions in the first years of their life are the main source of knowl­edge not only about the phys­i­cal world, but also about the world of feel­ings. Every­thing that a child learns in his fam­i­ly becomes the basis of his world­view. There­fore, hap­py fam­i­lies are the source of a healthy gen­er­a­tion for soci­ety.