David Elkind Quotes: What We Often Take To Be Family

What We Often Take To Be Family Values
the Work Ethic, Honesty, Clean Living, Marital Fidelity, And Individual Responsibility
are In Fact Social, Religious, Or Cultural Values. To Be Sure, These Values Are Transmitted By Parents To Their Children And Are Familial In That Sense. They Do Not, However, Originate Within The Family. It Is The Value Of Close Relationships With Other Family Members, And The Importance Of These Bonds Relative To Other Needs.
— David Elkind —

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