importance of family
importance of family
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God made it pretty clear that families are important when he created Adam and Eve. The Holy Bible calls them “man and . . . wife” (Genesis 2:25), and the first commandment God gave them was to have children (see Genesis 1:28).
Families are a divine part of God’s plan. They are the fundamental building block of strong societies. Families are where we can feel love and learn how to love others. Life is tough, and we need people we can lean on. Home is a safe haven where we can get advice, support, hugs, and, when necessary, chocolate chip cookies.
This period of lockdown has taught us the importance of family. Family is an integral part of our life. We have been so lost in our daily chores, office work and caught up in our hectic schedules that we forgot to spend time with the people who need us the most or whom we need in order to support and understand us whenever necessary. So, this lockdown has given us a purpose to cherish the moments with our family, work as a team in household chores, make delicious recipes and revive good old memories and create new ones. Cherishing the family is a meaningful habit which was lost in the worldly affairs.
(The author is a content creator in Punjab)
We examine the family income gradient for non-cognitive skills as children age.
Policies may focus on early life, as large gaps are present at school entry.
According to Dr. James Martin from the Academy of Family Physicians, families establish patterns of preventive care, exercise, hygiene, and responsibility, and they set the foundation for self-worth, resilience, and the ability to form healthy and caring relationships.
The importance of family and/or a strong support system is evident in healthcare. As the healthcare system shifts care away from hospitals, family support represents an essential component of the overall recovery of the individual. Carol Levine, Director, Families and Health Care projects at the United Hospital Fund of New York says it simply: “Medicine cannot function without family.”