A meeting with a psychologist of the highest category, a member of the commission on women's affairs and family-demographic policy under Akim of Astana Semenenko Natalya Nikolaevna was organized at the transport and energy faculty for first-year students.
The purpose of the meeting: to discuss topical issues that relate to the family in society. The interaction of the older generation with the youth, respect for the elderly and care for the younger, the older generation needs to be honored, it is they that give us the knowledge and understanding of family values.
The family has always occupied one of the most important places among the values of human life. This is understandable, since all people at different stages of their life are somehow connected with the family, because it is a natural and integral part of our life. Every person needs to have a family, their own home. The family is a fortress, salvation from difficulties, support and support, protection from the cruel world. A strong family gives warmth, comfort, peace of mind. After all, at home we are surrounded by native people who love us, understand, those people who are always ready to help. Happy is the one who was born and grew up in a close-knit family. The family should reign in love for each other, everyone knows about it. But understanding, patience, respect, and a willingness to listen and help are also necessary - with advice or deed. You have to be ready to sacrifice your time and desires for the family. It is necessary to feel responsibility to relatives, to give them due attention.
Natalya Nikolayevna noted that a family can become really strong when it passes the test of time, since life is never cloudless, and every family passes the test of strength. In a real family, problems are solved together, coping with misfortune together. The family where sincerity, loyalty, unanimity lives, where a strong shoulder is felt, is strong and reliable.
The psychologist spoke about the various features of the psychological types of men and women and the possible consequences of the union of certain psycho-types among themselves. This meeting helped students understand that creating a family is not an easy task, as it may seem at first glance.
At the end of the meeting, the Deputy Dean for Work with Students, Makpal Adlikanovna Jaksimbetova, noted that the children should be careful when choosing future companions of life, demanding first of all to themselves to create a happy and harmonious family life.