How to promote healthy coexistence in children
Coexistence is based on a set of social rules and norms that must be instilled daily as part of the upbringing and training of the little ones. These norms are based on the tolerance and adaptation that each one achieves by enduring the customs of the other people to live together in peace. Among these rules are greeting when you wake up, saying goodbye at bedtime, being polite, kind and even asking for forgiveness.
Coexistence is based on teaching children to respect the rights of others, achieving behaviors focused on respect, solidarity and empathy.
This communication can be promoted with constant meetings between parents and children that allow them to get to know each other more deeply, to know their experiences and their perspective on life, an exercise that will educate the child about learning to listen and be heard and learn that any type of situation is always solves is through dialogue.
Part of this coexistence is also focused on respecting the time of those who make up the family with whom they live, planning the daily activities of each one allows for a peaceful coexistence, where the independent activities that each one must carry out according to their role and role at home and according to their hobbies, this will lead to respect and family empathy.
Order is a fundamental part of a good coexistence at home, teaching these principles to children will guarantee that there is love for the environment where he lives, making those who live with him feel respected. This order is instilled since childhood and with the example of the parents: teaching them to keep their room up to date will also strengthen discipline and mental security, obtaining greater self-confidence for conflict resolution and in carrying out their daily tasks, being more attentive and focused.
Constant interaction with family members generates a balance of own knowledge and recognition by others that allows group rapport. To encourage this family interaction, it is suggested to carry out participatory activities organized among all that allow for collective enjoyment.
Sharing family dinners or games together encourages healthy coexistence and the mutual commitment to watch over each other, making these meetings moments of joy and family strengthening.