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1. You can have your 'personal space'
You can have your 'personal space'
Your house rules are your alone. You can live the way you want without interference from anyone . In a nuclear family, your space is yours alone.
2. Sharing is limited
Sharing is limited
Since, everyone has their own personal space and belongings, sharing is often limited. And you don't end up wondering who might have borrowed your iron last week!
3. You are Free as a Bird...until your relatives pay a surprise visit!
You are Free as a Bird...until your relatives pay a surprise visit!
You don't have to face any restriction from the elders in the house. You can take your own decisions and enjoy life freely.
4. Creative living
Creative living
You get the chance to establish newer ways of conducting your life. You can create your own rituals, customs and value systems in the family.
5. You are financially stable
You are financially stable
If both husband and wife work to make a living and you have fewer members in the family, the expenses are compartitively lesser. Well, its not like it rains money or anything, but you get the point.
6. You often feel lonely
You often feel lonely
Well that is one downside of having personal space. Since you don't have tons of cousins and relatives to keep you company you might experience loneliness. Especially in difficult times, having people looking after you, can do wonders.
7. You look forward to your family reunions
You look forward to your family reunions
As your extended family isn't living with you, it brings in great joy whenever something gets the whole family together under one roof. Family re-unions just turn out to be great fun.
8. You have often heard or used this line, “Kitni badi ho gayi ho!”
You have often heard or used this line, “Kitni badi ho gayi ho!”
This is the side-effect of meeting your relatives after years. No matter how much older you get, these lines never get old!
9. You miss a strong support system and can feel isolated
You miss a strong support system and can feel isolated
If your relatives stay in different cities or towns, you apparently get short of a strong support system during emergency times. Many times it happens that the distance amidst the extended families widens and you feel isolated from them.
10. Interdependency creates a better bond
Interdependency creates a better bond
As you and your family tend to be interdependent, it brings in a great deal of warmth, affection and intimacy. With limited members in the family, you learn to depend on each other.
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