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Family What is a dysfunctional family According to Webster Dictionary dysfuntional means abnormal Websters Dictionary 66 while the word Family means related group of people So if you put both definitions together you get an abnormal related group of people To many people in the US think that a dysfuntional family is a bunch of deranged psychos I should know I was one of them Truth be told Im not to sure what a dysfunctional family is anymore I always thought it was a family that was always on bunch of drugs who had sex with each other But my definition has changed over the years Now I believe that a dysfunctional family can be any family in the world There are all kinds of problems that can happen with a family There can be an abusive fathers or husbands There can be an abusive mothers and wifes Both of the parents can be alcoholics The child can be an consent drug user and his or her excuse might be that they just want to escape the reality of their everyday life The same problems can still occur in the family but they dont have to be as serve as being abusive or drug use Look at the Bill Clinton and his family he cheated on his wife with an intern Jesse Jackson as well cheated on his wife and paid his mistress not to say anything to the media Are these two family dysfunctional How can they not be dysfunctional Think about if there was a perfect family with a beautiful house and a picket fence with two and a half kids one boy and one girl with another on the way In my opinion there is no such family in the existence on this planet So are all families on this planet dysfunctional Maybe maybe not It all depends if the family believes they are Take my family for example The only
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