With regard to modern Ukrainian customs and traditions, it should be emphasized that the Ukrainians are proud of their colorful folk culture. They love good food and drinks and enjoy life.
Most Ukrainian middle class and lower-class urban families live in multi-storey buildings; only rich people can afford to build houses inside or outside the city.
The Ukrainians enjoy deep love on earth. Many families have a small country house, the dacha. They are able to reproduce anything in their own beautiful gardens, orchards and homesteads. Some people only produce for their own consumption. They spend so much time with the preservation of vegetables and the different fruits during the summer to be able to carry them over in the long cold winter. There is always something in their house to serve the guests.
Modern modern Ukrainian family has two parents and usually one or two children. At the same time, the number of single-parent families is increasing, usually driven by a woman-bearing woman. Like many other countries, many young, married people are living together and sharing households. The child's appearance in Ukraine is very costly; so many couples have chosen to have only one child or no children. Children usually live there when they finish school. Sometimes children need to rely on their parents on financial matters, as the youth unemployment rate is very high. A new couple often lives with their parents because they do not have the money to rent or rent their own house or apartment. Often, one or both grandparents live with their children and help them care for young children. Grandparents play a major role in educating Ukrainian children.
There are usually larger families in the village, and the whole family works together on the farm (or land) together. Most parents who live in the country want their children to receive higher education, so they are sent to study big cities. After five years of studies, children are accustomed to urban life and rarely go home.
In the struggle for survival, families are less dependent on each other. But parents still think it's important to teach their children the basic values of everyday skills and life. The results of the nationwide survey have shown that the most important values parents teach their children are honest, common sense, expediency, responsibility, good manners, and obedience to parents. Adults believe that children should be called to expect to fight for success.
Like most people, the Ukrainians like vacation and cheerfulness. Generally, they cook many delicious meals and many friends and relatives are called to their place. Another thing Ukrainians like to talk about (walking, in cafes and restaurants or at home with a cup of tea or coffee or other drinks). The conversation is usually light, relaxing, humorous, and sometimes philosophical. Many Ukrainians enjoy picnics in the woods or somewhere in the water almost every year. Picnic is often shashlik or barbequed meat, homemade salads, and sometimes alcohol. The Ukrainians love to sit on night fires, snack, drink, and sing to the guitar.
Ukrainian popular outdoor sports soccer, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and hiking (walking in the woods). Fitness clubs have appeared all over the place. Yoga and martial arts are also very popular. There are mountain climbing and rock climbing clubs. Diving, sailing and even golfing are also available. In Ukraine, the popularity of extreme sports (bungee jumping, river rafting, downhill mountain biking, spelunking, etc.) is more and more popular in all forms of active recreation (hiking, cycling, boating, horseback riding, skiing)
Not everyone will do it the things that we have mentioned above. The culture of some Ukrainians becomes inconceivable and unbearable, while others' behavior and attitudes seem rational and compatible with their own.
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