1) Understand your family well.

If you don’t then there can be many misunderstandings and fights. Be with them whenever you can and get to know them better. A lot of families now don’t get to know each other too well because they’re too busy. Plan some family time, like, a movie, or a family game, or even as little as eating dinner together.

2) Respect your family

Your children, your wife/husband are now yours but remember at the end of the day they are also humans. They also have an opinion or suggestion. Sometimes it can be bad or good. Never be angry with someone’s opinion, they have their opinions, and no one’s perfect.

3) Give time

No one wants to be ignored just for some meeting or work. Give time to each and every one of them so you can understand every individual properly and this can prevent any misunderstandings in the future.

4) Treat everyone as equal

Whether it’s your maid or stepchild, they also deserve love and affection from you as you deserve from your wife/husband or from your own child. Treat everyone like you would want to be treated, and getting along with your family should be easy

5) Never scream or shout at anyone

This can create hatred for you in their hearts. By simply making them understand can do a lot. Why waste energy when you can do it calmly?

  • Try not to fight with your siblings. Fighting can tear your relationship apart and you’ll regret it when you get older. Treasure the time you have with your siblings, you can’t get it back.

6) Learn to compromise

When you or someone else in your family wants the total opposite of each other, find a way to work it out to give you all what you want.

7) Help each other

When you see your sibling or parent needs help, help them. Doing little things such as holding the door for them, or helping someone with homework.

8) Organizing birthday parties

Pick a theme with your child. Though it may seem unnecessary, having a theme will help you know what decorations to buy, what food to prepare, and what games to plan. Character parties are popular (think Sponge Bob or Scooby-Doo), but general themes work, too (pirates, fairies, princesses, cowboys, etc.). Unless they want something that just isn’t appropriate, allow them creative freedom. Sit down with your child at the table with a pen and paper and write down all the ideas you both like.

9) Avoid using offensive and abusive words against each other

Each time a conflict arises, you and your spouse unleash a torrent of criticism at each other. Hurtful speech has become so common in your marriage that it is now your “normal” style of communication. I f this is happening in your marriage, you can stop the pattern. First, though, you need to consider the causes and why it is in your best interests to make changes.

10) Have a safe, clean home

Every family deserves a safe, clean home environment where physical wellness is promoted. Get rid of bleach, ammonia, and other toxins that can do damage to your health and the health of your loved ones. We recommend replacing dangerous chemicals and cleaning products with safe, effective, and eco-friendly Melaleuca products.

11)Sometimes teenagers can feel sad or lonely

First ask them about it and if they don’t want to share then its OK. It’s just hormones. If you think that something is really bad, ask their close friends and help him/her.

12) Never ever break any promise

This can hurt them or make them feel that you are a liar and every time will break promises.