Family meals help build better relationships

The Miami Herald – Rachel Spector, MSW

How many times a week do you sit down for a family meal? If you have to think about it, that’s a problem. Busy schedules have cut into family dinners so much so that, in the past 20 years, the frequency of gathering at the table has declined by a dismal 33 percent. And yet, there are numerous benefits to eating together.

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