rules of conduct in the family

The ide­al fam­i­ly does not have ide­al rules because such fam­i­lies sim­ply do not exist. Although, of course, every­one has their own under­stand­ing of the ide­al and we all strive for it. Today we will talk about the rules by which every self-respect­ing fam­i­ly should live.

If dis­ci­plines were taught in schools that illu­mi­nate moments of fam­i­ly life, val­ues ​​and tra­di­tions, then the suc­cess of mar­riages would cer­tain­ly increase. Young peo­ple enter­ing into sacred union often have no idea what kind of work it is.


We fol­low the rules

Mar­ried life must nec­es­sar­i­ly begin with truth and sin­cer­i­ty towards each oth­er. Future spous­es should be aware of their actions, be con­fi­dent in choos­ing a cho­sen one.

The fam­i­ly is a small soci­ety, which, in order to live togeth­er, must estab­lish its own small laws and respect them. The moral rules of the fam­i­ly include:

  • it is nec­es­sary to rec­og­nize each oth­er as the high­est val­ue;
  • dis­in­ter­est­ed care and love for the spouse;
  • com­pas­sion and par­tic­i­pa­tion in the life of all fam­i­ly mem­bers, readi­ness to help and sup­port;
  • a con­scious desire to pro­mote the com­mon good of the fam­i­ly;
  • rejec­tion of self­ish­ness and focus on the inter­ests of oth­ers.

The rules of com­mu­ni­ca­tion and rela­tion­ships in the fam­i­ly should be based on the recog­ni­tion of the role of each fam­i­ly mem­ber. We all play social roles in one way or anoth­er. With par­ents, each of us plays the role of a child, at work we are col­leagues, col­leagues, at the insti­tute — stu­dents. In the fam­i­ly, as in any soci­ety, we are also assigned cer­tain “par­ties”. The woman acts as a wife and moth­er. This means that car­ing for her hus­band and chil­dren is para­mount to her. Respect for the spouse, recog­ni­tion that he is the head of the fam­i­ly, love and the desire to be one with him — such an atti­tude should be seen by chil­dren. They are very obser­vant, “fix” every word and copy their par­ents in every­thing. There­fore, they should set a wor­thy exam­ple.

See also
original wedding candy arrangements for the bride

The hus­band, in turn, is oblig­ed to get used to the role of a car­ing hus­band and father, the pro­tec­tor of peo­ple dear and close to him. A rev­er­ent atti­tude towards a woman, respect and admi­ra­tion for her. In no case can family relationship rulesto use phys­i­cal force, not to men­tion the fact that such a “man­ner of com­mu­ni­ca­tion” would be used in front of chil­dren. This is low, vile and immoral.

Trust and respect between chil­dren and par­ents is very impor­tant. If a moth­er can become a faith­ful friend and advis­er to her daugh­ter, then many prob­lems in edu­ca­tion can be avoid­ed. And do not for­get to instill in chil­dren the ele­men­tary rules of eti­quette that orig­i­nate in the fam­i­ly. Respect for elders, the cul­ture of com­mu­ni­ca­tion and behav­ior, the rules of table eti­quette — for all this, the child will def­i­nite­ly tell you lat­er: “Thank you!”.