Family first!

Politically incorrect as it might be to object to this cheery little rallying cry, …

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Your Family Is A Bummer

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  1. Really thought provoking article! I think that the one big benefit to having small to no family is that it forces a person to develop more of a ‘global’ outlook as opposed to a ‘tribal’ one. Which possibly increases that person’s level of compassion and tolerance.

  2. I have a friend who talks of her “tribe,” which is actually not family but a group of like-minded
    friends. I love that spin on it.

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