Family & Partnership

Raising children is a responsible and enjoyable task. However, it can become a burden if parents have different ideas when it comes to rules and consequences, for example. Then it's easy to say: "But I'm allowed to do that with mom!" or "Dad is much less strict!". And there's already a conflict in the room. But do parents always have to pull together when it comes to parenting?

First of all, it's completely normal for parents to disagree when it comes to parenting. Familienportal.NRW has compiled information and useful suggestions to prevent these differences of opinion from becoming a constant source of contention and jeopardizing family coexistence.

For a child to grow up well, they need love, security, support and age-appropriate opportunities for co-determination. By observing children's rights in everyday life, you create the best conditions for your child to grow up happy and healthy. You can find out why children's rights are needed, which children's rights are included in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and what this means for parenting here.

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    Children's rights

    It is the responsibility of parents to treat their child with respect and appreciation. For a child to grow up well, it needs love, security, support and age-appropriate opportunities for co-determination. It is important for parents to exemplify these values in their partnership too.