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Everyones familys are unique Either they are full of trouble full of siblings or small But no madder how big or small your family is or how many differences everyones famailys have there is one thing each of our familys have in common Familys are complex its made into a system of roles played by each sibling and family member One or more people can play one or more roles in the family For example its starts with the father and mother or the addict and the enabler The addict usually the father is addictided to a substance Lets say this dad is an alcoholic dad isnt happy unless he has his daily 6 pack of beers Next is the enabler Usually the mother the enabler feels loved and needed in life by the dependandt alcoholic dad When ever the dad is upset the mother feels appreciated by the dad when she gives him a drink that satisys him It turns into a vicouse cycle of dad needing mom to provide drinks for him and mom needing dad to make her feel wike she has a place in life Then they have a child They have their expectations set high for their first born The first born is the hero The hero gets good grades has lots of friends and never gets into trouble The hero gets all the positive attention The hero is usually the successful one in the family who has a wealthy easy life Setting the standards high for the next baby for positive attetion the hero is the most liked When the next sibling comes along the attention is mostly on the hero The second sibling is the scapegoat Since the expectations to get positive attention was set so high by hero the scapegoat has to resort to the easier attention to get The scapegoat gets the negative attention All the trouble in school trouble with the law low grades drugs
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