The nature of the relationship is more important than family setup. A healthy family relationship furnishes members with the support, encouragement, and empathy that they require.
1. Good Communication
Healthy families take part in positive and meaningful communication. Family members tune in to and really think about what the others are stating. When feedback and constructive criticism are given, love and affection are made clear by the use of positive words.
2. Commitment to the Family
In healthy families, members hold family as a priority and consider the effect on relatives before settling on imperative choices, as indicated by the article “Parent Support” from The University of Alabama’s Parenting Assistance Line (PAL).