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Meet Chato's Kids in The Family Stew

Title: Meet The Family Stew!

How would you draw your family? Here is my family, The Family Stew. About four years ago, I started a cartoon series called The Family Stew. It was based on my family, and focused on our day-to-day lives… unfortunately, at the time, the cartoons really didn’t have any direction.

Yes, it was about funny things that happened to a family, but there are so many cartoons like that. I didn’t feel it was original, so I put it on the back burners.

I didn’t totally forget about the cartoon series, however.  When I started the Mental health humor cartoons, I was able to toss in a few of the cartoons here and there. I kind of incorporated that cartoon series into the mental health humor. You’ve seen cartoons about me and the kids from time to time.

Starting today, all cartoons about me and my family will be breaking off from the mental health humor cartoons and going back to the original title: The Family Stew.

The series now has a “new” focus: one that has developed over the past years, showing a father living with mental illness and surv

 


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    Last reviewed: 23 Mar 2011

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Stewart, C. (2011). How Would You Draw Your Family? Here is The Family Stew!. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 23, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2011/01/how-would-you-draw-your-family-here-is-the-family-stew/

 

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