Whether you have a close family or a disconnected family, it’s impossible to separate your identity from your family. In fact – no matter what you’re family is like – strong, dysfunctional (and every family is), big family, small family, they shape your identity.
Whether you like it or not; whether you acknowledge it or not – all of that has been shaped somehow because of your family. You carry the brand. You carry the name. You are marked by all of it.
The thing is, you had no say as to what family you were born into and what type of family it was. Be who you are – proudly. Become the best you.
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definitely, i’ll check it out for sure. thank you.