One of the most common yet simple themes of conflict happens within our home is the conflict between the parents. No family is immune to this, it is a battle between the parents for their kids.
It starts unconsciously, but it will end up with an argument or two, something that causes great effect on our children. It affects them psychologically especially when both parents can’t seem to pull it together. Some fight every night, and if they think their children won’t see it, chances are, they do.
Children may start to rebel and do things against their wisdom. Angst will start to grow in their system and they could vent on something regretful.
Resolving your own matters
The possible solution will not be coming from the child, but from the parents. If children feel the love in their homes, they will act and speak of love. A loving home means loving parents and it means loving children. The answer to this conflict lies within the parents, thinking of the welfare of their children.
Start talking. Everything is resolved through constant communication. You know what they say, communication is the key to every conflict inside the house. You’re a family, you love each other, talk to everyone and resolve anything in one seating. Great families have a great communication with one another. Keep calm and when the anger subsides, talk with love on the side.
What not to do? Not talk. The complete opposite. Everything fails when you don’t talk to each other, especially when you are a family. You are supposed to be the role model of good communication to everyone, especially if you are a parent. You have got to be a good example for your children. If they see you fight, chances are, they will think that is alright and normal to do so, which is not.
You don’t want your children to live in anger, right? Keep in mind that everything you do, inspires your children.
Communicate. It is believed that communication is always the key. For a family who loves each other, it is not hard to communicate. Just let your hearts take over, and lend an understanding ear.
For every situation, there’s something you did right, and there are things you did wrong. Acknowledge your shortcomings, and accept the other one’s. That’s just the way it is.