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"When will families go back to how they never were?" 50 x 50 cm, oil on canvas

This is a question many of us ask ourselves at a time when family structures are becoming increasingly complex. But instead of focusing on what used to be, let's focus on how family should be lived so that everyone is happy in it.

Resolving this problem begins with a shared understanding of what actually makes a family. A family should be a place where you feel safe and secure, where you can find love and support, and where you can develop your own personality.

In this sense, clear rules and boundaries are important to enable harmonious coexistence. At the same time, however, freedom should be created for the individual development of each family member. Open conversations and mutual consideration are other keys to happiness in the family.

I know from my own experience that it is not always easy to implement these ideals. But it's worth it! Because if we actively shape our family relationships and work to ensure that everyone is happy in them, we create a place of peace and security - a true home.




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