You need to set up a chart to keep everything in order. You need to chart out things that you know will bring out anger or place disputes within your family. The important part is that you follow what you write on your chart. For example if something bugs someone and you know that it will trigger something bad, try your best to avoid it, and do the opposite so the other person also knows that you are trying.
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Your behaviour is the most important aspect of keeping harmony among your family members. If you are the king of your throne, you need to set the tone. Even if you don’t like anything happening in front of your eyes, try a different approach than usual, so people around you feel comfortable and keep their calm as well, because children react to your anger.
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If you think that you are not providing what your family expects of you or if it is just about buying something that half of your family members agree on and the other half disagree, just try to sort these things out as a family. Sit down, and try the pros and cons, reason with people who are at a disagreement with you, but if the situation requires you to be flexible than be that person for the sake of keeping things in order at your home.
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Family time every now and then is a healthy activity. Even if you go outside with your family, let your children decide what to do or where to go once a while. Having breakfast, lunch or dinner together is important, and supporting your family can bring out that positive change that you have been craving for.
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