Do you have pesky neighbors? They are the people who peek through their windows at the slightest hint of intrigue in your own home. They are the people whose pets cross over your own backyard and causes chaos with your own dog. But most importantly, they are the people who could be most helpful if an emergency happens in your home.
Good neighbors are rarer than rubies. If a good relationship is developed between neighbors, their homes can be an extension of your own home and they can perform critical roles which will both be beneficial to you and your children,
There are crime studies which have shown that some cases of child abuse are committed by persons who are emotionally and physically close to your child. Masked bad intentions aside, knowing that your neighbors are good people can bring you peace of mind. Make sure that your neighborhood is a good place for your children, and also for yourself.
Take into consideration the conditions of your neighborhood if you were to go home late as well as the general beliefs and attitudes of the people in your immediate surroundings. Help your neighborhood sustain the quality of life by helping out with initiatives and events which are for the benefit of all your neighbors, including your own family.