Why Family Bonding is Important for Families

The concept of family is not just about those who were born to you or share a blood relation. The family is defined by a person or group of people with whom you feel closest to. I have a large extended “family” that doesn’t involve just blood-related family members. The family structure regardless of blood relation is a vital component of society and the mental health of our children.  When children grow up in a household that puts family bonding at a high level of priority, tend to be more caring, compassionate and great at relationships in the future.

Why Family Bonding is Important for Families

Keeps Family United

Bonding is not just an important word for family. It makes us feel united as one. Strangers all over unite to bond over a similar passion or cause all of the time. Family bonding is much like those instances when a portion of society meets up to discuss their favorite cause, passion or business goal. Family bonding goes a bit deeper as emotions are involved. This type of bonding helps a group of people who call each other family learn more about each other’s likes, loves, and passions. It helps solidify a love like no other person or group will ever provide to the family members.

Healthy Connections

One benefit of family bonding that I personally love is that it helps inspire healthy connections and relationships. This goes beyond the initial family unit. When children grow up in a home that put bonding time as a priority, they tend to foster healthy connections with others in society. Children who spent quality time with their family unit have a more positive outlook on life and know how to maintain healthy connections with their friends and love partners.  Family bonding time helps children learn how to communicate, listen and act appropriately within a safe environment.

 

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Promote Happiness

Spending quality time bonding as a family helps promote happiness within the entire household as well as within individuals. Letting go of adult responsibilities and sitting down to enjoy the game time, movie time or even just a casual conversation with your children can help ease your stress and promote happier times. Children who grow up in a household where they feel heard and respected will grow up to treat others in the same way and promote happiness everywhere they go in life. Being happy is important to maintaining healthy habits in life, love, and business.

Family bonding is a beautiful thing and there are so many things you can do to boost and promote this time together. Whether you set a specific day of the week for family bonding time or do it at spontaneous moments, family bonding will truly inspire a healthy connection that will run deeper than your immediate household with your family members.

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Easy Family Bonding Idea

Schedule a weekly family movie night, we have Family Friday Night where we eat pizza and my three kids vote on a movie. When the kids were younger, we’d do a slumber party in the living room as well as pizza and a movie. This solidified the bond between my children and me, I highly recommended a Family Friday Night for any family who’s raising kids still.

Author: MamaBee

Brandy Ellen is a lover of motherhood, life and pizza. She spends her days writing in her office and making memories count. During her free time she can be found Tweeting, networking on Facebook and playing Minecraft with her family. Co-Author with her daughter, Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts , Brandy firmly believes that a positive attitude can take you a long way. Words matter, choose them wisely.

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