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This post was edited by BB_Cream at 2014-11-27 21:36|
Dysfunctional environment in Chinese family is commonly found in Chinese society. It seems an oppressive environment is a norm in Chinese family.
To me, it is an inherent culture of oppression from the dynasty days. The ways of fear and torment treatments were cultivated from the dynastic days.
It becomes part of their Chinese lives. Their growing up becomes part and parcel from these regimes of oppressive treatments.
Even then, there is still happiness in most children and family when they gathered to celebrate festive dinners together. There is still suppressed harmony when everyone puts aside their differences and hurts.
There are many ways to prevent of such oppressions in family. It will reduce dysfunctional family.
One aspects of things is for the government TV stations to come up with family educational programs in using professional speakers from the educational fields to teach people on how to speak and how to talk and how their tones of speeches can mean differently to the receiver.
They are many TV dramas that have good family story should be broadcasted so that people can learn and observe the good behaviors from them. When people viewed them with agreement, they will emulate the good values of their behavious from them on how they should behave in them in their treating of their spouse and children, and the public as well.
Eventually, everyone assimilates their good behaviours from each other from their learning and emulating from other good mannered family, peers, and as well as the well-mannered public, too. The good manners effects can also start from family, schools, shops, and offices, government officers, and party leaders.
In society, learning by learning the correct aspects of behaviours is essential skill to our daily lives. In family, one has to be even more careful in their ways of expressing of bad behaviours, as it will affect the spouse and children a lot more than the people outside of the family.