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if a family says outloud i love you very often does that make the family closer then if they diddnt't
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yoli
Jul 16, 2009
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yes


denise
Jul 16, 2009
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Rebuttal to: accipiter Show

figures u dont even really answer the question the way its asked
u just go on talking and talking all the time and dont make sense
u win a few debates and then think u are hot sh*t

 
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no


frankiej4189
Jul 16, 2009
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Well obviously the answer is "No". However, i've found that my family and myself are generally happier when we tell eachother that we love eachother more frequently. Just saying it is of course not enough to bring a family together but it can help.

 
blackkodiak
Jul 17, 2009
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I'm not sure what I believe here.

A person can say something, but it doesn't neccessarily make it true. I'm sure many incidents of spousal abuse are followed up with "I love you"'s.

That said, I think that it can be a little unhealthy for a kid to grow up not hearing it.

I'm going to say that it doesn't neccessarily make the family closer, and therefore "no".

 


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