Family Essay: The Definition Of Family

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Family may seem like a simple concept, but there is no simple definition of family. In common words, a family is a group of individuals who share a genetic bond. But in other cases family doesn't only have to share a genetic bond because we have some friends that we consider family. People who live together with a special bond which is love is family. Family stands for responsibility, trust, sacrifice and hope. Family don't just share with you just the happy moments but they're with you through thick and thin. They share laughter, sadness, loss, happiness, and success together. Family structure helps to carry their culture to the next generation. The meaning of family changes with the natural and economic conditions. The real meaning of family is a lot more complicated in today’s world. It's no longer easy in our society.…show more content…
As I said before family is a group of people who are together through thick and thin. But if a person would to live alone and don't interact with people and have no one trust or to talk to than this is not a family. If this single person would to have friends to talk to or maybe a friend who is close enough to call family it would be still be family because family isn't all about the genetic bonds they share, it can just be someone they trust enough to call family. On the other hand, two people of the opposite sex living together with no children is still considered a family. The reason why is because to make a family it is not about the number of people. You could be living with this one person you truly love that you could call family. Family is never about the county it's about the bond they share together. Two people of the opposite sex living together is a family because they have a bond and it is possible for them to start a bigger family
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