Best ideas for happy family lifestyle

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Best ideas for happy family lifestyle

The happy family in home is vital for happier lifestyle for a person. These are some of the advices that you can follow and you can easily put to use in your own home to create a joyful and connected family, where everyone flourishes and even the teenager treasures family time.

Enjoy dinner together
The amount of time children spent eating meals at home was the single biggest predictor of better academic achievement and fewer behavioral problems. The time of having meal was more influential than time spent in school, studying, attending religious services, or playing sports.

Tell family history
The more children knew about their family’s history, the stronger their sense of control over their lives, the higher their self-esteem, and the more successfully they believed their families functioned.

Take less stress
The instances of parental stress weakens children’s brains, depletes their immune systems, and increases their risk of obesity, mental illness, diabetes, allergies, even tooth decay.

Getting guidance
When grandparents are involved, the study found, the children are more social, more involved in school, and more likely to show concern for others.

Involve children
The children who plan their own time, set weekly goals, and evaluate their own work build up their prefrontal cortex and other parts of the brain that help them exert greater cognitive control over their lives.

Be organized
Create different lists for different times in the process. A checklist should take less than a minute to complete. Each item should be a very specific behavior and avoid vague language. Target your checklist on things that commonly go wrong.

Part of larger community
The things that does matter for happier family is the number of friends you have in your religious community. Ten is the magic number; if you have that many, you’ll be happier. Religious people, in other words, are happier because they feel connected to a community of like-minded people.

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