Many of us view life of a family through the lens of television. From the Huxtables to the Partridge Family, images of a happy family have rarely been in short supply. But think about this, what is your image or description of a happy family?
Does your life fit the portrait of a happy family? The essence of a happy family is about uplifting each other and how we treat each other.
The idea of the family life cycle is based on the notion that families, like everything else, go through a process from birth through growth to decline and death.
A family life exists; to help, to bring hope, to establish a way of life and to support a family. For me, my family plays a very important role in my life because they are the people I know and will never fail me in time of need.
A family is a means to feel secure, to have someone who you can count on, and which shares your problems. But it also shows respect for each other and responsibility to one-another.
The way I see it, our hearts are the most powerful things we have and to love is the most important thing we can do. That’s what a family is, no matter how you view it.
The love of a family and the inclusion and support of friends is important; it’s everything. It extends to the people you love and care about. Carry this message with you into the New Year 2014.
Post By Len Thicklin
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