Family: Almost Perfect 4/18/17 Riley Ahlstedt

Purple: No Blue: Yes

THIS IS THE OUTCOME OF THE 7TH GRADE CLASS SURVEY FOR THE TOPIC: FAMILY IS BLOOD RELATED. 17 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED. THERE WAS 78% OF THE CLASS THAT SAID FAMILY DID NOT HAVE TO BE BLOOD RELATED. 22% DISAGREED AND SAID FAMILY MUST HAVE MUTUAL CHARACTERISTICS.

THE PEOPLE THAT YOU CARE ABOUT ARE YOUR FAMILY, IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU ARE RELATED. IT IS ALWAYS OKAY TO CALL SOMEONE YOUR FAMILY EVEN IF THEY’RE NOT. MANY CHILDREN THAT ARE ABUSED BY THEIR PARENTS OR ARE ORPHANED ARE SAVED AND ADOPTED BY PEOPLE WHOM THEY DON’T EVEN KNOW, AND THEY ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO CALL THEM THEIR FAMILY. FOR KIDS THAT ARE PUT INTO FOSTER HOMES WITH THEIR TEMPORARY PARENTS, OR CHILDREN THAT WERE ADOPTED RECENTLY. IT CAN BE AWKWARD FOR THEM TO CALL THE PEOPLE THAT CARE FOR THEM THEIR MOM OR DAD. AFTER THEY ARE ADOPTED 89% OF ADOPTED CHILDREN CALL THEIR NEW PARENTS MOM AND DAD EVEN IF IT TAKES THEM A WHILE TO GET USED TO THE NEW SITUATION.

I WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND THAT FAMILY IS A CONTROVERSIAL TOPIC THAT MANY PEOPLE DON’T REALLY THINK ABOUT, SO SPREADING THE WORD CAN BE THE BEST THING TO DO. TELL PEOPLE THAT YOU CAN BE AS CLOSE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AS YOU CAN BE WITH YOUR FAMILY.

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