As we grow, our world also grows. Slowly we leave the little bubble that the first years enclose us.The interaction with other people, perhaps outside the family and the closest, becomes more interesting. Our tiring steps out among other people and friends will be the start of a life that hopefully will give us many nice meetings and relationships.
Who am I with other people? What happens when my friends feel different from me? How do we solve all small and large conflicts that arise in our different relationships?
The world is undeniably getting bigger with an increased number of meetings and what is more important than learning in the best way to understand itself so that we get the best conditions for creating our own relationships.If we have learned to put words into what feels, it will be easier to grasp it in relation to others. Obvious - so easy to say but at the same time so hard to live by. In everything that is to be done, it is sometimes forgotten that the emotional guidance is probably the most important.
Relationships do not happen by themselves. Why do we take for granted that knowledge about them should only be, without practice, when we see exercise as something given in all other parts of life?Love takes us a long way, but tools to put words into what you feel to then be able to understand it in relation to others will not come without practice.
So - practice! At home, in the family, with friends. Start when the kids are young. Or big! Start now. Push your children's school to bring in relationships and feelings in different contexts! Dare to wonder and question, for example, the school and make it an obvious part of your family.