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I don't think anyone has a normal family.
I am the baby in the family, and I always will be. I am actually very happy to have that position. But I still get teased. I don't mind that.
I am tortured when I am away from my family, from my children. I am horribly guilt-ridden.
Family life itself, that safest, most traditional, most approved of female choices, is not a sanctuary: It is, perpetually, a dangerous place.
I'm not much of a family man. I'm just not that into it. I love kids, I adore them, but I don't want to live my life for them.
The left dismisses talk about the collapse of family life and talks instead about the emergence of the growing new diversity of family types.
My whole damn family was nice. I don't think I've imagined it. It's true. Maybe it has to do with being brought up as Christian Scientists. Half of my relatives were Readers or Practitioners in the church.
When I remember my family, I always remember their backs. They were always indignantly leaving places.
I have a lot of very close girlfriends and sisters - I'm from an all female family. My father often quips that even the cat was neutered!
A woman can plan when to have her family and how to support a family.
I would love a family. I'm at the age where the wish for a child gets stronger. But who knows.
At a certain point I'm going to want to have a family.
Rarely do members of the same family grow up under the same roof.
Little children are still the symbol of the eternal marriage between love and duty.
As a general thing, when a woman wears the pants in a family, she has a good right to them.
Pray in your family daily, that yours may be in the number of the families who call upon God.
It is extraordinary that when you are acquainted with a whole family you can forget about them.
I don't have to look up my family tree, because I know that I'm the sap.
My family is more important than my party.
I grew up in a big family with a lot of kids around, and I definitely want to have children as well.
I would rather start a family than finish one.
The attempt to redefine the family as a purely voluntary arrangement grows out of the modern delusion that people can keep all their options open all the time.
When I'm ready, I plan to adopt. I still believe in family.
There are things that you cannot talk to your mother and father about, there are things that you cannot talk to your children about.
If we abandon marriage, we abandon the family.
John F. Kennedy
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