Family dinner can be the highlight of the week, and sometimes it can just feel like a huge inconvenience. For people who grew up having dinner with the family on a regular basis, there are sure to be some instances you can recall when family dinner was the least appealing thing in your schedule. Love it or hate it, turns out that regularly eating dinner with your family is a good thing. Studies show that families who eat dinner together on a regular basis tend to produce offspring who are happier, healthier, and oftentimes more successful. The following infographic examines some of the benefits that come with a regularly scheduled family dinner. It turns out, eating dinner together is a recipe for more conversation between family members, stronger ties, and positive communication, among other things. Whether you’re nostalgic for the times you sat around the table with family, or you’re trying to convince yourself to eat dinner with your parents tonight, there’s a lot of good to be had from an old fashioned family dinner. Check out this interesting infographic on how this relates to teens and family dinners.
Posted: Saturday, January 12th, 2013 @ 2:35 am
Tags: dinner, dinnertime, family dinners, food with families, soups.
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