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Author Topic: Relationships within family  (Read 804 times)

Offline Gleb

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Relationships within family
« on: May 06, 2017, 12:58:46 pm »
Hello everyone! :)

After watching a lot of films and series about mainly Norse and sometimes Kemetic cultures, I realize I know very little about relationships between family members and decided to post a thread about it here. In Norse culture they put a great value to loyalty and acceptance. But let's discuss the Kemetic culture. :)

So umm, basically I have the same questions, but I wonder what were the norms back then and what are the norms today.

1. How do couples find the balance between being one single unit, being together and being two separate individuals that together form this relationship?
2. What was back then the relationship between parents and children and how does it differ from this relationship today?
3. Number two but between siblings.


Many thanks,
Gleb
Senebty,
Gleb

 


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