Argumentative Essay On Dysfunctional Families

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Dysfunctional Families
Throughout the years people changed their perspectives on how a perfect family should be, how should they look and act. But in reality every family is dysfunctional in their own way, not one is perfect because every single family in the whole earth has their imperfections and that is what makes them each special in their own way. People do not choose their parents and no family is perfect, every family is dysfunctional in their own way. People think there should be a perfect family to look up to and in that perfect family there should be happiness, money, love, peace, etc… but families are unique in a way that they are perfect with their imperfections. Dysfunctional families may be people who aren’t
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“Dysfunctional families are primarily a result of co-dependent adults, and may also be effected by addictions, such as substance abuse (alcohol, drugs, etc.) …Any major stressor, such as relocation, unemployment… can cause existing conflicts affecting he children to become much worse.” For people who think they live a “normal” life by comparing to families who aren’t financially stable, homeless, the clothes they wear, or even how they act with one another. It may not seem like it but what would be normal every family Is unique in their own way by how some might live in a house with one room and not have many family issues or how a family might have 12 rooms and 7 bathrooms be financially stable but be arguing everyday and not have one day in peace. Families aren’t considered normal just different in different ways that might look he same to people but, they’re different. As in the article Cost of Growing up in Dysfunctional Family it says, “However many families are reluctant to believe or accept that they are a part of what is classified as a dysfunctional family.” People just accept what they are and think they are considered “normal and view others that have more problems as
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