Importance of coexistence between father and son

Apr 10, 2019 3:46:25 PM / POR Instituto Real de San Luis

Instituto Real de San Luis

importance-coexistence-father-and-sonThe great challenge for our society is to rescue the role of dad at home, highlighting the prominence that has in the education of children and their invaluable work to train them in affectivity. 

The great challenge for our society is to rescue the role of dad at home, highlighting the prominence that has in the education of children and their invaluable work to train them in affectivity. But this is a task that must be encouraged daily and is achieved by assuming new roles in the company of mom.

While the children are young, the coexistence with their father has a special highlight: he is the champion, the superhero… But, as they grow up, this vision is distorted.

In addition to factors such as work, daily routine and family/personal activities which become our worst enemies. That when you finally want to talk, get to know them and live more with your child, he has grown.

What do we do in Instituto Real de San Luis to promote the father-son coexistence?

As one of the best schools in San Luis Potosí, we offer the opportunity for fathers to spend time with their sons before he enters adolescence and begins to be more autonomous, creating a quality space in which dad focuses his attention on spending an afternoon with his son.

At home, there are more distractors that prevent the natural creation of this particular attention to your son. Therefore, the school promotes this activity in which other parents and classmates of your child participate.

In this special afternoon father-son, they participate in physical, intellectual and creative activities, where the bond between both is fundamental.

In addition, they listen to topics according to the age of the students. These are directed to the parents and then the teens are grounded, allowing time for dad to have a conversation with his son about the subject seen.

Finally, the coexistence – fills playful activities and fun – ends with a dinner with the fathers, sons and the staff of Instituto Real.

Written by: Eng. Fernándo Chávez fchavez@irsl.edu.mx 

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