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Advantages of an extended family

Advantages of an extended family
1.- Education: children learn faster to share, to help at home
and to be more careful about their things. Children get a lot of
help with their homework.
2.- Socialization: in large families there is usually no
loneliness, which allows children to have greater ease of
relating to other people.Children have more playmates, More
people to interact with and this helps them become more social.
3.- Company: there is always someone to play with, share your
sorrows and also your joys, every time there is a family member
who can support you.
4.- Collaboration: the members of a large family value more
what they have, because they understand the sacrifice it entails
for everyone.
5.- Benefits: in various places or establishments there are
usually promotions for large groups and that is when they take
advantage of the huge families.
6.- More support children receive more support and
love throughout their lives, from a baby to adulthood.Greater
security to solve problems of economic crisis type. – Increased
emotional support by being close to so many people who love
7. You can save money some extended family pool their
resources to run their home so this help each individual to save
Disadvantages of an extended family
1.- Expenses: parents face much greater expenses than in
cases of families with a smaller number of children.
2.- Control: parents must know how to control both their
emotions and those of their children, or the atmosphere in the
house can become a complete chaos.
3.- Less free time: due to so many members, leisure time may
be non-existent, since there will always be someone to tell you
what you do?
4.- Less privacy: in most cases they have to share a room, so
privacy is rather scarce in large families.
5.- The bathroom: everyone thinks to go and bathe at the
same time and if there is only one toilet is much worse.
6.- A lot of argument different tastes in food, movies and other
things can lead to heated discussions .
7. – Less control of children parents are less likely to control
their children because of being spoiled by grandparents or
aunts and uncles.