Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 17 Aug. 2020
I noticed a lot of young adults these days seldom do this. They are either too busy with work, friends, or travel. I remember growing up and having huge family gatherings. It doesn’t seem like as many people do that these days. Maybe only for major holidays and that is it.
@JohnBelley · Posted 17 Aug. 2020
I'm 25 and my parents are in their 60s and live a little over an hour away from me. I call them once a week for a 10-15 minute chat and visit maybe every 3-4 weeks if something brings me to the area, often spending the night out of convenience.
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@wordwizard24 · Posted 17 Aug. 2020
Yes definitely, you will realize that your family members are the only ones who will be always there with you, no matter what.
Your friends may leave you but your family will always be by your side. So always spend as much time as possible with them, you may not get the chance later.
They are your true wellwishers.
Avyanna Dream Site Admin
@admin · Posted 17 Aug. 2020
You are totally right. It's beyond me how some people would abandon or spend less time with people that birth them.
@Pizzafan2020 · Posted 13 Sep. 2020
I am thankful for my parents and my family. My parents trained us very young that family is most important besides God. We became a very close and loving family because of it. Sure we have our silly arguments sometimes but what family doesn't? We still enjoy each others companies and have big family gatherings especially for birthday parties, in fact we just had a big family birthday party yesterday for my nephew he turned 3 years old.