or more than two nuclear or blended families which is also known as extended family in which realtions like cousins, aunts, uncles, grandfather, grandmothers can be seen in a vivid manner.
In a family, the family members perform following functions for each other. These functions in some ways are important for the improvement into the working conditions, character and conduct for a family life (Morgan, 1990). Their lifestyle is marked by the changes which are accompanied and influenced by varying social standards within a family. A family is comprised of various important functions and requirements and some of them are discussed as follows:
The parents in a particular family provides economic assistance to its children usually for their education, medical, entertainment, travelling and other day to day expenses including their pocket money. The family members also provide financial assistance to one another at times of hardships. Besides that, the family members also assist each other in their job placements, if they have a job or in their business, if they have a business. At times, a family member also becomes a surety for another family member in case of any indemnity contract, to indemnify the other family member (Scott, Treas and Richards, 2007). Similarly, the family members also provide other day to day or occasional economic or financial assistance as well to one another.
According to (Bilton, 2002), one of the most crucial roles a family plays is that the family members provides the emotional support to each other, so that they always remain emotionally strong and stable. They share confidence, trust, happiness, sorrow, secrets, hope and advices and also their various feelings or emotions and due to this they believe in each other and consequently a strong emotional bonding is formed amongst them which gives them a hope to stand strong against the negative emotions which they face from the external environment.
Whenever a child is born in a family,