Importance of Family in Our Life
Family is placed in the centre and top of priority of our life. Family will take care of our well-being, acts as our role model, and they helps develop our values and identity. Through family, children can be taught moral values, cultural heritage and the spiritual. (Uhler, 2012). As a family, there is a responsibility to take care of family members’ well-being. Parents should ensure that their child feel homey, get well and ease their burden in their usual life. No matter what children do, family will be the most important to support them and will forgive them for all the mistakes the children did. Family member should support each other and not just fight with each other. Family member will become closer if they support each other. Both parents should give their children nurture and comfort. Children need to know that they will not be forgotten. (Illinois Legal Aid, 2007). Weiss (1982) said that youngsters who show signs of independence usually have positive connection with their family; they know their parents will be there for them so teenagers will felt comfortable whenever they are doing anything. Second, family acts as a role model in our life. Parents teach their children the values and coach them since they are small. All these lessons and experiences will guide the child in their whole life time. Parents should have critical thinking and teach their child how to distinguish about right and wrong when doing something. No matter what parents teach will influence the children future, so parent should be responsible for their child’s personality. Furthermore, family must ensure the growth and survival of their child in the society. If parents play the positive role model for their child, their child will inherit the qualities of their parents. Parental guidance is important for shaping the child’s personality. The primary caregiver of a newborn baby is the most important to shape the children’s...
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