Family: The Different Types Of American Family

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There are many different types of families in America from nuclear families to adopted families. For a family to endure the difficulties of everyday conflicts, it must be a strong family. A strong family is a family where the family members are always there for each other. American families lack the connection and communication that is required for a strong family and many American families are not strong, and get family life wrong. A strong family can survive through many trying times and continue to love one another. It is not uncommon for family members to fight or argue with each other. My family is a strong family and we are often yelling at one another. Fighting is another way for families to communicate, whatever issue is being fought over is usually settled at the end of the fight. A strong family communicates with each other. My grandmother and aunt often call the house to speak with my mother and learn about her week has been. My mother was planning on spending Thanksgiving at our house this …show more content…
Many American families are not spending time with their family members. The family members often spend time alone or with family instead of with their family. By not being around their family members Americans are not connecting with their family. Families make memories by spending time together. American families are not making enough memories whether the memories are good or bad. Families in America usually don’t know what is happening with their family members. The fighting that goes on in American families is more aggressive than normal or strong families. When American families fight the confrontation is most often physical and police sometimes get involved. These fights are not resolved afterwards because there is still tension between the family members. Families in America lack strength because they are disconnected. This disconnect of american families leads to insufficient

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