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Which one is more important to you? For me it's my friends as I can actually choose them and have some core values in common with them whilst with family I disagree on some key things such as religious/cultural views. What about you?
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Which one is more important to you? For me it's my friends as I can actually choose them and have some core values in common with them whilst with family I disagree on some key things such as religious/cultural views. What about you?
Probably friends too. I have a small family so they are very precious to me, but I see my mum and grandma as my friends anyway. My friends feel like my family too
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My family because they're my best friends. But there are some things that I feel that I can't talk to them about, however.
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Which one is more important to you? For me it's my friends as I can actually choose them and have some core values in common with them whilst with family I disagree on some key things such as religious/cultural views. What about you?
Personally I would say family. I have lots of friends and some really close friends but even so if you fall out or disagree your never really the same again. But with family, if you fight, disagree or fall out, very quickly you feel the same again and you don't hold the grudge. Thats how I feel anyways
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Which one is more important to you? For me it's my friends as I can actually choose them and have some core values in common with them whilst with family I disagree on some key things such as religious/cultural views. What about you?
This is a tricky one. I see myself as quite a family-orientated person, however I’m not close with my current family. For me, my friends have been the ones who have been there for me, a lot more than my family have.
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Both of them are special
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They are both special to me, but I would say family. I can rely on both my friends and family for emotional needs and for judgment calls, but if I was having financial difficulties it would be my family that would step up and be there for me.
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My friends have always been more supportive but I've got closer to my immediate family as I've got older. My sister is one of my best friends and my partner is basically family.
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Family can be friends too.
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Probably friends too. I have a small family so they are very precious to me, but I see my mum and grandma as my friends anyway. My friends feel like my family too
Family is ALWAYS more important than friends. Also your mum is not your friend.
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