The Making of Family
A Family is almost like a recipe. It requires different ingredients to make it work, and if you leave out some ingredients it just isn't going to be the same unless you have them all. Over time families have taken on different roles. From century to century, families start to differ in the way their life is ran and the importance of each family member. For instance, a family that is brought up in the fifties are going to have some similarities of course to a family in the seventies, but that family will grow from looking back on earlier families. There is a span…
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