That there is a family. Today's psychologists working in the field of family relations drew attention to the fact that most modern newlyweds have difficulty answering questions about the family or about ways to achieve family happiness.
First of all, I remember the husband and wife, parents with children, grandparents. And practically no one remembers about love and care, joys and sorrows, habits and traditions, about the difficult, thorny path that two loving hearts must go through, determined to complete the same task. This is what should underlie the formation of the concept of "family". To cope with the task of building a family, a young couple can only be helped by the knowledge of traditional family rules, as well as the development of their own, individual, intra-family foundations. They can become the foundation of family happiness, allowing each family member to be himself. To do this, it is worth at least sometimes reading the necessary literature and engaging in self-education, although life experience is also important. The family, in its essence, is initially an organized social group, whose members are closely related to each other by mutual moral responsibility. The social component of such a group is a necessity, which is due to a person's need to live in society, developing physically and spiritually. The family is a social institution characterized by certain social norms and patterns of behavior. The rights and obligations governing the relationship between spouses, as well as between parents and children can also be called a family. From time immemorial, the family has been the most important social value. Thanks to some scientific theories that have arisen relatively recently, it was the family as such that, over millennia, was able to determine the general direction of development of macrosocial systems. Family rules are very diverse. They should relate to all aspects of life together, from the division of functions and roles in the upbringing of growing offspring to household trifles. Any little thing can become a stumbling block. There are known cases of divorce due to the fact that one of the spouses squeezed out a tube of toothpaste from below, and the other from above. Unfortunately, practice shows that the absence of such rules sooner or later leads to negative consequences - a quarrel, conflict and even divorce. Some of the family rules were inherited by mankind from distant ancestors and remain relevant to this day. These include love, fidelity, mutual understanding, mutual assistance - everything that has always been considered a solid foundation of any family. Other rules, such as the distribution of responsibilities, issues of upbringing, and others, can be mobile, that is, changeable. These rules can even be revised when approaching the next stage of life. After all, being outdated, they often become one of the brakes in the development of the family, inevitably leading to conflicts and bickering.