State Duma deputy Sardana Avksentyeva called for respect for different points of view and suggested discussing topics and interests that unite families .jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Differences in the political views of parents and children lead to a split in families, in order to avoid this, you need to look at things from different points of view, discuss topics that unite, and treat each other with respect, the State Duma deputy from the New People party believes. , former mayor of Yakutsk Sardana Avksentieva. She wrote about this in her Telegram channel.
She mentioned political disagreements in the families of famous people, as a result of which children and parents stopped communicating.
“Senator Isakov publicly disowned his daughter over political differences. Alexander Revva's father no longer speaks to him. Mashkov's daughter does not communicate with her father. And these are only high-profile cases, but how many more, & mdash; wrote the deputy and suggested five ways to avoid a split in families due to politics.
In her opinion, in the first place, one should continue to talk, including on topics that unite, since “life is more than politics.”
Avksentieva called respect for each other the second necessary step. “Respect a different opinion. Do not try to bombard the child with facts and proofs. Speak calmly, on an equal footing, but ask to be listened to respectfully, — she wrote.
In the third paragraph, the parliamentarian proposed to consider and analyze controversial topics from different points of view. «Home— you do it together as equals, and in the process you learn to hear each other,— the deputy pointed out.
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Family— the main value, Avksentyeva believes, and in the fourth paragraph, for the sake of preserving it, he proposes to focus on the principle “Everything passes, and this will pass.”
In the fifth paragraph, the deputy calls for loving children “different”, because “they are are still your children.
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Senator Eduard Isakov previously disowned his daughter Diana following her interview about leaving Russia and speaking out against Russia's special operation in Ukraine. The parliamentarian said that she “sold her father, family, Motherland and left Russia”, and also called her a “traitor”. In an interview with the BBC, Diana Isakova said that in March she participated in a rally against the special operation, and in April she distributed anti-war leaflets, because of which she was detained. After that, her father called her “the enemy of the family.” and “an enemy of the people,” she said.
In March, US-based actress Maria Mashkova condemned the military operation in Ukraine. After that, her father, actor Vladimir Mashkov, called her, asked her to return to Russia, “to be a good Russian woman, to ask for forgiveness for betrayal and to be with the people of Russia,” she said. Mashkov himself, during a concert-rally in Luzhniki in honor of the eighth anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, supported the special operation.
The events in Ukraine became the reason for the conflict between showman Alexander Revva and his father Vladimir, who lives in Donetsk. The artist opposed the special operation, after which they “quarreled and no longer communicated,” Vladimir Revva said in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda. According to him, relations with his son deteriorated back in 2014, when hostilities began in the Donbass. The showman visited Ukraine for work, but did not come to Donbass, his father said.
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