HomeDLSU Dialogue: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Cultural Studiesvol. 5 no. 11 (1969)

Parents-Children Dialogue Through the Family Council

Eduardo T. Deveza

Discipline: Education




Having been a counselor for over ten years here at De La Salle College, I feel that one glaring complaint which kept on recurring in my counseling interviews had to do with the lack of parents-children dialogue. This I consider a grave indictment against our passing generation that I undertook the pleasant task of researching on three basic thoughts which many of us often take for granted; namely, the true meaning of the family, the real connotation of a home, and the efficacy of the family council.