Families are made in the heart

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There is no such thing as a “broken family.” Family is family, and is not determined by marriage certificates, divorce papers, and adoption documents.

Families are made in the heart. The only time family becomes null is when those ties in the heart are cut. If you cut those ties, those people are not your family. If you make those ties, those people are your family. And if you hate those ties, those people will still be your family because whatever you hate will always be with you.

( Credit―  Words of C. JoyBell C.)

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98 Comments Add yours

  1. studentzy says:

    Well shared post..

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  2. The title says it all.. love it:)

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  3. Kathleen says:

    Beautiful!!!!

    Liked by 12 people

  4. momsunlimitedshopping says:

    Agree with every word! family is the most important part of your life! They accept you for who you are no questions asked. The truth is that you and only you decide what your family is.

    Liked by 10 people

  5. mummykay1989 says:

    Lovely article and I think every family can relate to this x

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  6. Beautifully said 🙂 xx

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  7. taylorgilliland1126 says:

    Beautiful!

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  8. Zoya Ejaz says:

    How true is that.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. artisticeden says:

    yes very well said!

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  10. Adele Mary says:

    Lovely words 😊

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  11. Wise words my friend

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  12. Brooke says:

    love this.

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  13. Ali says:

    I bloody love this x

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  14. mrsakbass says:

    So true!! Family is Family regardless of love or hate.

    Liked by 7 people

  15. Abby Jewett says:

    I appreciate these beautiful words very much. Sometimes it’s hard to be mindful of how I treat my family, but I know that whether in love or hate, they still have to put up with me because I’m family — and vice versa!

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Well said..No one can disagree from the above lines..

    Liked by 8 people

  17. Bernie says:

    Great words. They summarize the essence of a family. I agree that family is not determined by any paper, but the heart.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. lovehurtheal says:

    Reblogged this on Avid expressions and commented:
    I couldn’t agree more. Truthfully though whatever we choose to do, our emotions will be involved and that’s where things can get dramatic

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  20. sandsoftime10 says:

    I donot think family is anything about blood relations.

    Let me put forward my definition of family.

    Family is the place or the bonding that shows you the right path but never judges you for what you are.

    Each person is born with a default family that consists of just him/her and as the person grows he includes other people in his family.

    Thus, non-relatives may be a part of one’s family while even relatives might not be so.

    The concept of family is not about genetic relations but the relations of love and respect.

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  21. I grew up in a “broken” family made up of my mother, grandmother and sister. We all lived together. My father left before I was born and I never met him. He’s my father, but he’s not my dad. I often make incidents in public institutions because they always ask you your father’s name and I believe my mother is the reason I survived after being born. Her name should be in ALL the papers.

    I grew up thinking we were incomplete, but thinking about it now – we were all that we were supposed to be. Sure, I wish I had a father figure, but who knows what that would have been like.

    Another thing, growing up and making friends with people you realize there are so many disfunctional families that are “complete” (2 parents). They’re only perfect on the outside. It makes you appreciate what you have even more.

    And lastly, I have friends I call relatives and relatives who make me totally confused about how I should behave around them. For example, my grandmother from my dad’s side hardly ever got my name right and the word “Madam” (well.. something similar in my native tongue) would escape my mouth more often that it should have.

    My heart chooses whom to call family.

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  22. inflateyournostrils1 says:

    I’m sorry but there is such a thing as a broken family. I grew up with a narcissistic alcoholic mother and a very dominant workaholic wife beating father. Then my parents divorced and that produced all sorts of venom for my sister and I who were children. My father has deceased now and my mother has alzheimers but to this day my mother still lies about everything to everyone, still has a very very nasty streak in here and has never been maternal at all. We are a broken family. No one gets together for sunday lunches, no one says “I miss you, when am I going to see you again?”, no one is loyal. My friends are my family and my sister feels the same. I’m blessed to have some truly incredible, lovely, beautiful friends who are my life and my love.

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  23. Rabindranath Pradhan says:

    A beautiful post.

    Liked by 5 people

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  25. restlessjo says:

    So true! 🙂 🙂

    Liked by 7 people

  26. Missy says:

    Thanks for sharing. Very interesting!

    One of my favorite passages is 1 Peter 4:8
    “ Above all things, have intense love for one another because love covers a multitude of sins”
    Such love takes an interest in the happiness and well being of others and draws the family close together.

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  27. artisticeden says:

    True! and thanks for liking.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. Linda says:

    Thank you for this. It’s an important message in this day and age.

    Liked by 9 people

  29. Neha says:

    So true.. its all in the heart.

    Liked by 8 people

  30. Haroon Mirza says:

    Family is the most important pillar of society

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  31. Beautiful post,
    Well penned!

    Liked by 5 people

  32. Jeanne Adair says:

    Family is where we came from and family will always be a place on which we can depend upon.

    Liked by 6 people

  33. Kalvin Cinco says:

    Agree. You can go home to the family that your heart recognizes 🙂

    Liked by 7 people

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  35. Vkwsqhtani says:

    Wowwwww… 💓

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  36. Muhammad Hussnain Nawaz says:

    Beautiful and Lovely Article ♥️✨

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  37. 24 Money says:

    lovely❤💯

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  38. Kaylee says:

    Beautiful

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  39. Eno T says:

    On point. The hate you give is a part of you

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  43. theteenafey says:

    This is so well said! Thank you for sharing.

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  44. i’m ernelyn says:

    Wow beautiful!

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  45. Bakrudin says:

    Sangat terinpirasi, trimakasih atas postingannya

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  46. Luis Rico says:

    Well put, I agree 100%!

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  48. Patty Gordon says:

    Well said. I know a few people who struggle with cutting ties with toxic relatives. You have to consider who is your family and be ok with cutting ties if they aren’t really a part of the positivity in your life.

    Liked by 5 people

  49. mobarak says:

    Great job…. interesting article

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  50. Wow awesome content I love your words and site I can learn from those powerful words

    Liked by 3 people

  51. Loved this! Family can be anything you want it to be, as long as it’s heartfelt.

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  52. asa says:

    Hey this post is beautiful I mean! I have a question, how do you get those tags at the top of your post?

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  53. iamjasmeena says:

    True words right there❤️

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  54. lovely! thank u for sharing. not all family is a blood and family can be chosen 🙂

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  55. Family, backbone for all

    Like

  56. Sjaygwebu says:

    To think of the fact that I didn’t even consider my own family as existing, for various reasons I cannot obviously disclose here of course! I think it is proper to send my thanks to whoever out there who shared this post. Well done.

    Like

  57. This is sweet, simple and on point 💕

    Like

  58. Erica says:

    Beautiful and true

    Like

  59. a e i o u ! says:

    Family is family, and is not determined by marriage certificates, divorce papers, and adoption documents. – loved the quote !!

    Like

  60. Editorial says:

    I feel attacked 😂🥲

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  61. Beautiful article and a powerful perspective for those battling a divorce!

    Like

  62. Geri Lawhon says:

    Such a wonderful post. Thanks

    Liked by 1 person

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