The Shelter Of Each Other, A B

The Shelter of Each Other: Rebuilding Our Families
Chapter 1: Thirsty In the Rain
Families are being blamed for our cultural crisis. This is due to the media. Non-reciprocal relationships are being developed with celebrities. This prevents families from developing relationships within a community that shares or at least backs up our values. Television does teach values and behavior, but they aren’t our own. And those values aren’t what we want our children to be learning.
Our crisis is also due to culture and personality. Information that was once only available to adults is now accessible by all. Television news is shown at a time when parents are preoccupied with ...

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once said in his sermon, “Home is where they have to let you in.” Family use to mean blood relatives. Today people are often separated from families, whether by choice or distance. They try to form their own families with friends. These formed families are not permanent. You do not have automatic acceptance into a group that is regardless of merit. People also move away. And they do not have to invite you to Thanksgiving or give you a loan until payday. We are encouraged to be independent in a time when we need to be dependent.
Families are being hurt by therapy. Therapy usually consists of a one-on-one relationship between a doctor and the patient. Without meeting all of the individuals involved, some therapists will base their findings on the one-sided view of the patient. Knowing only that one side, therapists will encourage a break from the family.
Finally, families are being affected by theories that are limited to a time and a place. Family issues ...

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were non-existent. There was no such thing as mental health care. People were expected to suffer in silence. Food was plentiful and always made from scratch. Penny candy was a real treat to the children. Clothes were made. Neighbors lived far away yet there was still a sense of community. People helped each other. School was an important part of the community. Entertainment consisted of reading aloud to each other after dinner.

Chapter 3: The Copeland Family
The Copeland family is raising three children in suburbia. Each parent works. The father is trying to save his job by working long hours. When he comes home he uses the Internet to stay abreast of changing ...

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Added: 10/16/2004 06:49:09 PM
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