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How should families change to deal with the challenges of the 21st century
Transcript of How should families change to deal with the challenges of the 21st century
Lack of communication with family
Aging is something when the ratio of elderly people in the population increases in a country or a region.
Japan's aging society
First of all, Japan wasn't an aging society until 1970.
In this few years, Earth has lots of abnormal weather.
How should families change to deal with the challenges of the 21st century?
There are several problems in the 21st century that the family has to deal with.
However, what are the 21st century problems?
Lack of communication with family
Now days, Japan and other developed countries' average life span is extended.
Plus, the number of babies born are decreasing.
When these two combine, it gives a result of aging society.
For families to solve and deal with these problems are that we should keep in mind to born more babies.
Solving global warming
Use compact fluorescent bulb
Take shorter showers
Turn off lights
Pull chargers when you are not using
Turn off the lights of the room you are not using
Use more public transportation, walk, or use a bicycle
Open a window instead of using air conditioning
Not having communication
Not having communications with families causes weak emotional bonding and behavioral problems. That is because it creates distance, trust issues, and lack of vocabulary to express emotional.
Time in house
These days, children are not having enough time. They are really busy. Not only because of their homework, but they also have after school programs. For example, Japanese students goes to "Juku".
We have less communication with families. That is because we have smartphones, computers, and TVs.
Make time to spend with your family.
For example, stay in the living room, not in your room, eat with everybody.
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By Rinka Miura