Today is Friday and we are about to start our weekends people! It is also so timely that a writer wants to post an article regarding Weekend Bonding Moments.
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Weekend Bonding Moments
It’s the weekend. If you’re at home, give me a high-five! Congratulations, you have just won a golden opportunity to spend quality time with your family. Away from maddening crowds and stressful responsibilities at work, your home is a sanctuary where you can bond with your family to empower your relationships with them. In this article, we will tackle five reasons why it’s best to stay with your loved ones at home before Manic Monday comes.
1. Foster Healthy Communication
If you’re one who has problems in communicating with other people, start to work out on the solution with your home. Nowadays, many families struggle with their problems because they lack communication, and this affects how people interact with others outside the house. Like a domino effect, your mood, verbal suggestions and actions give impressions and effects that other people might inherit and in retrospect, do to others as well. If you have good family relations and are practicing healthy communications, a positive aura is maintained.
This weekend bonding gig with your family can be a problem-solver, since the family is the primary social structure where all the members are related and bonded. Through the help of these people, you can practice how to react or respond appropriately to others while keeping your personal space. Spare your weekend time to bind your family together and communicate with them to create or recreate something unique and special.
2. Keep Harmony
Life is full of dynamics. In the busyness of each weekday, time is not enough to try to spend time together with your spouse or children. So the only time remaining in keeping harmony in the house is the weekend. Take advantage of the weekend to do activities with the family, such as eating together at a restaurant, recreation into a resort, shopping, walking into a park or watching TV programs at home.
3. Save Money
When you’re out with friends, you most definitely will be spending more—you go to wild adventures, try exotic and expensive cuisines, and seek interesting experiences with the requirement of paying out cash individually in most cases. You bring your best foot forward and submit to your peers to keep yourself safe in the clique, that’s why. But how about when you want to have fun in an economical way? If you want to “activate” frugal living while being equally happy, bonding with your family at home can never be second best. Think that not all people are born with family; some have never even met their parents.Spending weekends with your family is economical, fruitful and fun at the same time.
4. Create Feeling of Safety
Setting aside the weekend for “Family Days” can make children feel safe and secure in knowing their mommyand/or daddy may be busy during the weekdays but they will be completely attentive when weekends come. By being consistent and committed to this schedule, you’re ensuring your time with your family that can help you to have a more stable relationship with them.
5. Build Respect
Separating work life and family life is hard but is ideal. By being a role model who can prove that this is workable and possible, your family will respect and highly think of you. Respect is earned when you show your child how important they are by spending time with them, giving them choice and getting on their level. This might mean playing blocks with your two-year-old son or window-shopping with your teenage daughter for hours. Building respect through bonding in the weekends decreases the chance of family crisis and ward off troubled conduct of family members.
Once upon a time, you were born—with instant companions on Earth. Who are they? Your family. Spending weekends with them is especially fun, whether they be spent in the malls, restaurants, parks, or simply at home, when you learn to appreciate their involvement in your life and how they mold you as a person. Bonding time with your family is priceless as activities done together will be sheer memories pressed just between the pages of your mind as you grow older.
Ann Joy Perez is an alumna from Arellano University Philippines, a former Marketing Assistant and a 25 year old, single. She is into almost all types of Music especially love songs. She also love playing basketball, video games,watching entertainment and films.watching news tv and reading news paper is one of her favorite hobby and also she loves to eat. Follow her interest on her Tumblr.