Street survey: what does family mean to you?

Street survey: What does family mean to you?

Is family a feeling, a perception or a fixed concept of kinship? We asked around and asked what family can be.

Since the understanding of family is constantly changing, we happened to address people in Berlin on the street and ask what family means to them. We received five very exciting answers:

André, East Westphalia: “For me, family is a firm hold, security, a feeling of togetherness. It means tradition but also future. For me, the family includes my children, my wife, parents and grandparents. ”

Christine and Christoph, Magdeburg: “For us, family primarily means cohesion. You feel at home even when you are in a different place. As long as you are with the family, you are somehow always at home. With family, we first associate both of us and the little ones. The parents are of course also part of it. The others tend to be close relatives. ”

Sabrina, Rathenow: “I associate it with children, love, partnership and cohesion. When you love each other, children sometimes arise. (Laughs.) I have four. They are the most important thing for me, together with my relationship. "

Annett, Berlin-Friedrichshain:"… great luck!"

Cornelia, Berlin: “I associate the term“ family ”with being there for each other and spending time together. That is also very important to me. My husband and I each have four and three siblings, so we are very involved in our families. The cohesion in our family corresponds to what I find ideal. ”

What does family mean to you? Feel free to write us a comment under the article! We’re glad.

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