What Does The Word "Family" Mean To You?

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Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
My Family means the whole world to me. I have devoted my life to provide comfort to my family. The most important part of my family is my parents and I love and respect them very much. I want to obey them and struggle hard to make their wishes come true.
R Maye Profile
R Maye answered
My "family" consists of my parents, my sisters and brothers, aunts & uncles, nieces and nephews, grandparents, inlaws, my husband and friends. Having a family, to me, means I have a network of people that provide: Love, support, advice, comforting, their time, friendship, etc. I agree with Zuhail , my family also means the world to me. There is nothing I wouldn't do for them. Don't get me wrong, it's not always nicey nicey with them, but nevertheless, they are my family and I treasure them!
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sam rodriguez answered
"Family" means group of people who love and support you no matter what. Most people's family that is mom and or dad, siblings, aunts and uncles, and maybe grandparents. I have those people in my life but the ones I consider family is the close friends I have. They are like my brothers and sisters. They protect me like mom and dad. They give me words of wisdom like grandma and grandpa. The best thing is the love and understand and support me when no one else will.
Josh Bailey Profile
Josh Bailey answered
As a scientific term, family generally means things that are close together in characteristics, that are similar. In biology it is a way of classing organisms, and gives an idea of how closely they are related.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Family is commonly thought of  as a group of people who are related through blood of marriage.

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