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未来的家庭

华盛顿特区——现在正是很多国家的毕业季,聪明而幸运的年轻人身穿学士袍头戴学士帽领取毕业证,并听取长辈的建议。有些典礼发言者重点褒奖毕业生的成就;还有些重点强调今后的职业挑战。但人人往往在头戴花环庆贺学业成就时忽略了家庭——幸福和成功的另一个重要方面。

其实,上述庆典仪式既关乎毕业生又关乎毕业生的家庭——也就是那些深爱和支持他们的家人,不管他们之间是否真的拥有血缘关系。无论每个家庭经历了什么,结果是他们的孩子达到了只能存在于很多人梦想中的教育程度。

除了关注并感谢家人对他们的培养,毕业生还必须思考他们想建立什么样的家庭。因此他们别无选择,必须思考两性的角色和关系。

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