Unity is a precious gift from God. Unification means not only to connect with someone, but also that the union is the same. This means you agree with the basic principles of relationships. Entries to units must not be confused with connections with someone without contradiction. On the contrary. There is no real relationship without any form of incompatibility. When we often interact privately with others, there are confrontations and challenges because everyone is not only different but also not perfect. These differences are usually referred to as healthy differences. These conflicts are not intended to be divisive but to strengthen and create more ties and unity in relations. Confrontation also fosters more intense obedience, forgiveness, love, and knowledge. Mixed families have special problems for the complexity of families with different biological ties and stories. When I started a mixed family with my husband and daughter, I didn’t know what would happen or what the trip would be like. But I know one thing – I love his daughter and accept it like mine. No one says that this can change the fact that we are now a family that is not limited to stereotypes or labels and we are ready to face the challenges we face. Like many things in life, sometimes you only need to do one day and one step at a time. Every family must approach their life situation and relationship based on their own views and beliefs. When it comes to the complexity of a mixed family, here are a few tips to help build unity in your home. Unity is a team effort that fosters collaboration and collaboration between each other and not conflicting. For collisions, arrangements must be fully regulated to attack the problem – not the person. Fights often go beyond context and out of control, because they cannot focus on the subject, not on men or women. Through these efforts, everything remains in the right perspective and at the same time unity and ambition to achieve common goals and common goals. This, in turn, may involve some form of disagreement or challenge to reach that point, but the fight and the goal are shared by both parties. One mistake many couples in mixed families make is centered only on children and ignores their marriages. Because of the previous relationship and complexity of children / parents experiencing family, marriage becomes vulnerable and if ignored, both partners can be immediately separated.problems such as child support, custody disputes, roles and authority, and jealousy, are difficult to marry and can cause care, which sometimes requires a party between husband and child.It takes time to invest in marriage and engage in discussions to provide a united front for children and all those involved.