Role enhancement or role enrichment refers to a situation in which roles which are held by a person are compatible and moreover enacting one role has beneficial spillover effects on the enactment of the other role. An example which has been studied in depth is the enhancement among roles of breadwinner and caretaker ( work–family enrichment ).  Some evidence indicates that role conflict and role enhancement can occur simultaneously,  and further evidence suggests that mental health correlates with low role conflict and high role enhancement.   Also certain personality traits , in particular traits linked to perceiving and seeking greater levels of support, are associated with lower inter-role conflict and increase inter-role enrichment. 
(2) Consider how you can adapt the situation
Besides food, water, and shelter, children need good role models. Without good role models, children don't have a way to learn social skills. Much of a child’s self-confidence comes from his role models. By having one or two consistent guides from whom to learn values, a child will not be confused by the ever-present mixed signals that are commonplace outside his home. For example, even if a child goes to school with classmates who don’t commonly say "Sorry" or "Thank you" if his parents use these phrases, he will also likely say these phrases.