Some people think that family and its values are the most critical foundation of any person’s life. Personal development and growth begin in the bosom of the family, creating those traits and forming those habits that a person will project on other people in the process of cohabitation and communication. Although each family is individual and has unique values, fundamental moral principles subsidize each family. Nowadays, the moral priorities of parents and children differ significantly. Despite the peculiarities of each family, family ethics helps them integrate into the community and be full-fledged parts of it, in which children grow up, becoming the future of each society.
Knowledge of moral and ethical foundations is vital in building trust and increasing confidence in each family member. One of the most significant values is respect for everyone’s honor. Family associates must comprehend they are loved, valued, and needed (National Association for Family Child Care, 2011). Even in a close-knit family, each member must be given space and freedom for activities. However, following the principle of diversity, families must respect the developmental characteristics of each child and the life of each person (National Association for Family Child Care, 2011). If such respect and attention to the peculiarities of others are achieved, then the child will be able to develop a trusting atmosphere from the first years of life.
Thus, diverse families influenced by unique experiences still follow fundamental ethical standards. These norms help families and their children become full-fledged parts of society without conflict with people. The conflict situation of one family or a child is fraught with marginalization as an organization gets rid of those parts that interfere with full functioning. Usually, children absorb the first ethical patterns in communication with their parents, learning to respect them, appreciate their care and thank them for their support and help. Subsequently, children carry the folded values to schools, interacting already with students and teachers. However, the communication and emotional habits nurtured in the family at an early age usually accompany people through life.
National Association for Family Child Care. (2011). Code of ethical conduct and statement of commitment.