Silver Lining

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Family Is Not Always Blood

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“Family isn’t always blood. It’s the people in your life who want you in theirs. The ones who accept you for who you are. The ones who would do anything to see you smile, and who love you no matter what.” – Anonymous

When people ask about family, we often assume it is the people related to us by blood. The people who live in the same house as us. The people we are obliged to love (haha). But I’m here telling you that in a sense, your family can be a choice. As the quote mentions, family really consists of anyone who will share with you their mutual unconditional love.

Therefore, my family isn’t just my siblings and my parents. My family includes: my closest friends who have been by my side when I was covered in tears (both happy and sad), my dance team that never fails to push me to my best potential, and of course my trusty pup who can cheer me up just by wagging her tail. These are the ones you want to call your family. And you have a choice of who you want to include in your family.

Cut out the negative influences, and bring in those you love, even if they aren’t directly related to you. Because family has no limits, and there’s nothing wrong with more love in the world!

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Author: silverlining

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9 thoughts on “Family Is Not Always Blood

  1. Even here at WordPress there are many I consider family!! Wonderful post. 🙂

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  2. Reblogged this on Xara Nahara and commented:
    Family isn’t necessarily blood-related. Credits to Silver Lining. She shares my sentiments on this matter.

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  3. Agreed. I want to share this post. May I?

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  4. Absolutely correct.

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