Monthly Archives: January 2010
The same as any human communication. building a healthy family relationship is a process, and laborious and sometimes difficult, but the most important is continuous. If up to a certain stage in your relationship developed by themselves, without apparent effort of the partners, do not think that with the establishment of the family all continues in the same vein. Unfortunately, there are many sad examples of the effect of the passive way of building relationships. Moving in together, getting married, having kids – all major steps in the life of both partners, but behind them are millions of small steps, through which you can create and maintain for years of healthy family relationships.
There are basic rules of healthy families, exploring and applying that in practice, you will see significant changes for the better, will discover new facets of family relationships and realize that a family can turn into an amazing journey of a lifetime. Let us rather look at them!
1: family relations should be distance Continue reading
Brachiolaria relationships are complex relationship of personal property and non-property character, based on kinship ties and regulated by the rules of civil (in the broad sense of the word) right. In many countries there is no family law as an independent branch of law, and family law relations are regulated by civil law (Germany, Switzerland, France). In most modern States separated from family law civil, codified and is an independent branch of law (Russian Federation, Algeria, Eastern Europe and Latin America). Continue reading