Family is defined as a domestic group of people with some degree of kinship. While traditionally families exist through blood, marriage, or adoption, a family unit can have many forms. It should be recognised that families can be made up of people with no legal or blood ties. Whatever its composition, a family’s greatest strength lays in providing a safe and nurturing environment for all its members.
The family is vital for promoting values and responsibilities to children, and also for providing a sense of security. Research suggests that children who grow up in close family units fare better in school, and are more likely to form healthy Romantic relationships as adults. Stable families also tend to communicate more openly and are better at resolving conflicts.
Good family relationships are something we all want, so an understanding of how to improve them is something to be greatly desired. A more fulfilled family life can be achieved as a result of improved confidence, developed communication skills, and a better understanding of human behaviour.
By working together I will help you make sense of what you are seeking, identifying obstacles, and evaluating the steps needed in order for you to maximise the potential of these types of relationships. As an inspirer, motivator and strategist I will guide and support you through the end to end process.