Traditional american family
Traditional Family is the Best One of the chief social problems afflicting this country is the breakdown in the traditional family (Kennedy 501). We live in the country where we have all different kinds of families, but the traditional family is the strongest one. We need to fight for the traditional family today because it would make a better life for us and our children. Traditional family is based on a strong foundation, good values and family traditions. First, every family should build their life on the strong foundation. What is the strong foundation for the family? The best foundation for the good family is found in the Bible. God 's plan for the family system is the best. First, we need to show appreciation every day for each other. Romans 12:10 says, "Be kindly affectionate one to another with brotherly love; in honor preferring one another. “Second, we must express our admiration, love, and respect for our family members. Romans 13:7 says, "Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honor to whom honor (The Bible 1009). What is traditional family? The traditional family is made up of a father, mother and a couple of children. Anything other than this ideal is a deviation from the normalcy of values. According to this point of view, the family is a basic unit of society that serves the purposes of socializing the young, regulating sexual activity, procreation, providing physical care for family members, giving psychological support and emotional security to individuals (Baldock 1). A family is not a collection of individuals who happen to live at the same address. They are people who share an intimate and complex connection with one another, being related by marriage, birth or adoption. Together they form something larger and more significant than the contribution of one person. Two people, a man and a woman, locked together by love and lifelong relationship. Furthermore, the
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