Onsdagar Living African

003: Communication in the African Home – My Family (Part 1)

av Living African | Publicerades 4/14/2021

In this episode of Living African, we discuss the need for communication in a household. In our case, an African household and my guests today are my lovely family to give you a perspective on the dynamics in an African home. As we know, communication within the family is important so that we can enable everyone to express their thoughts, needs, wants, and concerns. Open and honest communication creates an environment where the family members can be vulnerable—giving each other the chance to understand one another and embrace their differences.   [00:01 – 06:22] Opening Segment My family introduces themselves The purpose of this episode [06:23 – 24:47] Communication in the African Home We talk about what it’s like growing up in our home The importance of communication in the family Discussing the struggles of life – teaching the kids the necessary skills to survive and preparing them for the future. Instilling discipline the right way [24:48 – 32:59] Discipline by Beating  Our parents share their thoughts on disciplining children by beating We share funny stories from our childhood   Tweetable Quotes: “We believe that we have to make our kids be part of us. We have to make our kids know who we are.” – Grace Fombad   LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue putting out great content just for you! You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, or send us an email at hello@livingafricanpodcast.com. Check out our website www.livingafricanpodcast.com for more resources and to learn more.   You can connect with Anyoh on Facebook (@anyohf), Instagram (@anyohfombad), and Twitter (@anyohfombad).

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Living African is a podcast that sparks hard conversations that challenge questionable cultural and societal norms, which threaten the wellbeing of the African community. The host, Anyoh Fombad, features various African guests who share their stories from heart-wrenching to exciting experiences growing up in Africa and the diaspora. By normalizing these open discussions, Anyoh hopes to encourage Africans to show their strength through vulnerability, as well as use their voices to challenge each other to be more understanding, accepting, and tolerant of each other and bring value to their community.