3/2/19

What It Really Takes To Raise A Family


By on 3/02/2019 06:22:00 AM

When you’re a mom, you will know that raising a family is one of the most challenging, but rewarding parts of life. It’s tough, there’s no doubt about that. But becoming a mother and being able to raise a family, is just so special. And wouldn’t it be amazing if you could do that, without so many difficult periods? That you could protect your children and then project them into a world of their own? And not only that, but you could have the best relationship with your own parents and siblings at the same time? As well as building a strong marriage? It’s definitely all possible if you approach it in the right way. Let’s take a look at exactly what it takes to make that all happen.

Intention

First of all, one of the most important parts of raising a family is having an intention. Because if you want something for yourself or your life, you have to keep it in your mind and act in a way that allows you to bring that about. And intentional parenting can allow you to do that. But not only that, being intentional with your own actions and the relationship you have with your parents and your husband too, it matters.


Love

Next, you need love. To show love to your children and for them to know that they are eternally loved. And you need to be a loving partner and spouse in order to create a strong family unit. The health of all of your emotional wellbeing will flourish when you make this a priority. You role as a daughter too.

Guidance

Parenting is very much about guidance. Marriage too. You will want to make sure that you are keeping this in your mind more so than control., Yes, you are a parent and a wife, but you are not a dictator. Guide, do not control. There will be a lot more love for everyone if you do.


Care

A huge part of raising a family, is care. And that’s natural. It’s going to be what you want to do. But when you have a family, it’s bigger than just caring for your kids. It’s about the entire family. Yourself, your husband, and your own parents too. Self-care is massively important if you want to be able to care for your family. Looking into home care options or bringing your parents into your home to care for them. but also to value your marriage or partnership and care for that, to become a stronger family overall.

Objectivity

Finally, you then also have to try and be as objective as you can as a parent. Sometimes, it’s easy for you to think that your children have to follow your path or fit a certain profile. Instead, you need to allow your children to come into their own and to choose their own paths. Guide them, as we’ve covered, and keep them safe - but don’t force them into a life or down a path that you want for them unless they want it themselves.

About Angela

Angela is a freelance travel writer and lifestyle blogger, blessed with 3 beautiful daughters, 5 moody cats, 1 spoiled dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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