Having a family meal together is important for so many reasons. It's a time to connect with your family, to talk about the day, and to share what's going on in your life. It's a time where you can let your kids see the way you communicate with each other and the emotions that come up during conflict—and it's also a way to model good communication skills for them.
The benefits of eating together as a family go beyond just healthy eating habits, too. Eating together can help build better relationships between siblings, parents, and children. It helps teach children how to be respectful of others' opinions when they disagree; it also teaches them how to solve problems on their own by listening first and speaking second!Read Less