perfect family

@rocketsky (1013)
China
April 15, 2009 3:52am CST
do you have a harmonious family which everyone cares about each other ? do you have a broken family which your parents got divorced and you feel lonely? i quite admired a family with many members and live harmoniously together .
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@littleowl (7157)
15 Apr 09
My parents are divorced, I have two sisters we all are there for each other even though sometimes there is sibling rivalry we all still care for each other and stick together...my father lives quite a way a way from us but we keep intouch with him and are there for him too, even though we do not see that much of each other...littleowl
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• United States
15 Apr 09
Good discussion. My parents are divorced, we get along with each of them though. Life is what it is.
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• United States
15 Apr 09
I don't think there's really a perfect family. I could say that I'm lucky my parents are not divorced, my siblings and I were able to go to school, but there are still thing that are really beyond our control, instances that you would want to change, but it's really up to the family on how they will handle all of it. So yeah, I don't have a perfect family, but I love them enough to try to keep things harmoniously.
@med889 (5952)
15 Apr 09
I have never live in an extended family and in the future I will choose not to do it because I happy with a small family. A perfect family is where harmony reigns.
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@thejuice (235)
• Indonesia
15 Apr 09
i thing My family not a perfect one.., and i think there's no perfect things in this world.. but they're care about each other and i love my family so much..
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@hsofyan (3447)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
15 Apr 09
There are always problems in the family. Nothing is perfect in this world.
@didi13 (2925)
• Romania
15 Aug 11
Perfect family does not exist, as there is no ideal relationship, perfect job .. they are all relative in a relative life. I like mine as they are, the good the bad, with all their fixes and issues. I feel life in all points of view. I do not want to be a rock steady in storm lifetime. I want to be a snowflake that is turned on all sides, happy, sad, disappointed, proud .. and finally, the last second of life you will say: ยจ That gives life. I'm proud of myself.
@jshekhar (1562)
• India
16 Apr 09
Hello friend, I am an Indian and here divorces and separation are not that common, though they are on the rise. We have a very highly valued upbringing and thanks to that, most of the families here are united, happy and harmonious. There are those odd rifts and arguments from time to time but we are mature enough to talk them out and not keep them to heart.
• United States
16 Apr 09
I come from a family of ten and we worked together hard in the house keeping it clean. Everyone pitched in and helped. We kids would take turns cooking the meals. Mom had the chores divided down and we each had our thing to do. We would change the chores we were doing every week so that all of us had a chance to do something different in the chores department. We had fun time also. We would go out to the country to the piece of land that Dad had and stay there for a few days. We would go fishing or just walk around in the woods. We went to picnics and on Christmas we had parties we would go to. A big family is a good thing to be in.