I know what Webster defines as family but what’s your definition? Is it just your mom n’ em or does it extend past the folks who live under your roof? Depending on our cultural background, experiences, or focus some of us understand and accept that “family” refers to more than just who we’re related to. We call best friends, neighbors, and the people who support us and who we support “fam.” Unfortunately, for some of us who’ve been burnt, family can be a dirty word that brings up bad memories we’d rather forget. Yes, family can be the people we love and hate at the same time. What do you think about this?
So, why the big deal? In a day when we’re faced with more unknowns that we can handle, who or what keeps you grounded and feeling like you matter. Like it or not, we are relational creatures. If we know that there’s somebody(s) who are thinking about and looking out for our best interests even when we’re not…well, there’s no words to describe it. And, it doesn’t matter what you’ve done, they still love you. That’s true fam—simply put. Comments are welcome!