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Family Relations

Below is a list of Writing Ideas to help you with your biography. See our instructions if you need help printing these Writing Ideas or finding Writing Ideas related to other Topics.

  1. What were the circumstances under which you became "related"? When did you first meet? What was it like? What were your thoughts? Were you excited, upset, or scared?

  2. Was it at all hard to adjust to having new siblings? What did you or your parents do in order to make the transition easier?

  3. Were you glad to have new siblings? Did you get the brother or sister that you always wanted?

  4. Did you consider everyone part of one family or was someone looked upon as an outsider? Did this change as time went on? Did you feel like anyone was favored over you or visa versa? What problems came about because of these feelings?

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