Family – the practice ground for cultivating personality development

Conversations within certain families tend to revolve around insignificant topics that lack long-term significance. These trivial matters are easily solvable through proper discussion, provided the right elements are brought into play: body language, tone, pitch, timing, and appropriate setting. Unfortunately, in some instances, crucial matters requiring private discussions are brought up in public settings, leading to adverse outcomes.

Even when the issues are minor and easily resolvable, they can escalate into bigger problems if not approached thoughtfully. The interplay of body language, tone, pitch, and context holds importance not just in the external world but also within familial relationships. Regrettably, these aspects are often disregarded, leading to unnoticed erosion of harmony and closeness within the family circle.