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Foreldres krangling skader barnet
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Subject: Foreldres krangling skader barnet!
En helt ny undersøkelse fra England viser at foreldre som krangler foran barna sine påfører dem mer frykt og uro enn de selv er klar over. Barnets velvære og følelse av sikkerhet er avhengig av at foreldre er forente og samstemte. Videre: Undersøkelsen viser at det er langt viktigere for barna enn for foreldrene at det er harmoni i hjemmet.

Ja, visste vi det ikke. Men nå er det altså også forskningsmessig underbygget. La oss bare legge til at etter vår oppfatning vil et hjem som preges av en filosofisk grunnholdning bidra til en slik harmoni ved at alle familiemedlemmene behandler hverandre som subjekter med sine rettigheter og plikter. Her er det solidaritet, alle er ansvarlig for alle – etter evne og utvikling naturligvis.

Her er et utdrag fra artikkelen:

Parents who row in front of their children may be causing much more distress than they realise, the children's minister warns today ahead of groundbreaking research into childhood in Britain.

Beverley Hughes said families under stress, particularly with the current threat of redundancies, should be aware that children's security depended heavily on parents presenting a united front. She was commenting on the conclusions of the two-year Good Childhood inquiry, which is expected to cite research showing that children place more importance than their parents on harmony within the home.

Hughes said: "I think what the research tells us is that while not denying to children that there are problems, [it is important] that parents demonstrate they have confidence that they can sort these things out and that the parents themselves are working together - and if those problems start to show themselves in difficulties in the relationship, that they get some support for that.

"It's an interesting difference that the report cites that one of the strongest things that children and young people said about families was that parents being together, being united and getting on well was one of the most important factors - that was supported by over 70 per cent of teenagers, but only 30 per cent of parents. That is the most important basis of children's wellbeing and sense of security."

Les hele artikkelen her:

Parents who argue 'harm their children', warns Beverley Hughes ahead of groundbreaking research
Guardian.co.uk
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