Posted BY: Larry Alton
Family values are less popular than they used to be, with fractured families all over the country and dropping birth rates. There is no longer a dominant family form in the United States, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing by itself — but this is indicative of a culture where families are becoming less important and less valued.
Despite this, to thrive in today’s society, families and family values are more important than ever — and there are many reasons why.
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We live in economically uncertain and challenging times. Thanks in part to decades of reckless government spending and poorly conceived actions on the part of central banks, inflation is at an all-time high, asset values are completely irrational, and most people living in the country wouldn’t be able to handle even a relatively minor emergency expense.
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What does this mean for the average person? The short answer is financial instability. Even if you have a good job, you may not be able to afford a home of your own, you may struggle to buy groceries, and you may not be able to cover most of your emergency expenses.
There’s not much we can do to immediately alleviate the economic conditions in this country, but with stronger families, those economic conditions become less negatively impactful. As a parent, you can allow your child to live at home past the age of adulthood. As a child, you can help your parents make ends meet if necessary. Together, you can reduce your collective expenses and support each other in ways that render other services unnecessary.