I have a happy family. There are five people in my family.
They are my parents,my grandparents, my sister,and I. My father and mother are businessmen.
And my grandparents are farmers. I'm a primary school student. My sister is four years old.
She is lovely.I love my family.
To give birth to children and raise them was difficult in the past and thiswas largely the result of the inadequate medical knowledge and equallyinadequate medical facilities in those days. Clearly it was because of thisdifficulty that families of former times tended to play it safe, producing a lotof offspring so as to guard against any possible loss. Of course, such a thingoccurs more frequently in an agricultural society than in an Industrialized oneas in an agricultural society extended families are the fashion. Times change.Most of us live now in an industrialized society where overpopulation is seenoftener as a bane than as a boon, and that is also why family planning is nowall the rage, particularly in populous countries. Family planning not only canstem the population growth, but can also provide the needed information forthose who want to start a family. To make their lives happier and moreharmonious, couples should subscribe to this kind of planning, avoidingunnecessary births of putting a limit on the number of their children, as it is,family planning is meant not only to practice birth control, but also to planchildbirth. as it is, family planning is meant not only to practice birthcontrol, but also to plan childbirth. The following is what I think we should doin regard to the promotion of family planning: 1) disseminate information onfamily planning and persuade people to scrap the traditional thinking that a boyis better than a girl and that having no heir is a shame: 2) regard populationproblems and the way to build a happy family as apart of the educational course:3) positively strive for support from government officials and leaders of aconsortium: 4) put continuous emphasis on the need to tie up the oviduct or thevas deferens for either sex. In a word, family planning rests with everycitizen, not merely with a few persons.
I love my family,because I have a happy family.
My father is an English teacher.His name is Jacky.He is thirty-eight.He likes playing basketball.What’s my mother jop?Is she a teacher?Yes,you’re right!My mother is very kind and nice,she is thirty-seven.My mother is always laborious work.I love my parents!
On Staurday and Sunday,I often go to the library and play the piano,My father go to play basketball.Sometimes,we watch TV and listen to music at home.
I love my family.Because I’m very happy to live with my parents together!
我爱我的家庭，因为我有一个幸福的家庭。我的父亲是一名英国teacher.His名Jacky.He是30 - eight.He喜欢玩basketball.What是我的母亲约普?是她是老师吗?是的，你说得对!我的母亲是非常友好和漂亮，她是30 - seven.My母亲总是费力work.I爱我的父母!论Staurday和星期天，我经常去图书馆和弹钢琴，我的父亲去打basketball.Sometimes，我们看电视，在家中聆听音乐。我爱我的family.Because我很高兴能与我的父母住在一起!中文翻译：我的家庭我爱我的家庭，因为我有一个快乐的家庭。我的.爸爸是一名英语教师，他的名字叫杰克。他今年38岁。他非常喜欢打篮球。我的妈妈是赶什么呢?她是一名教师吗?是的。你说对了!我的妈妈是一个很亲切，友善的人，她今年37岁。我妈妈总是勤劳的干活。我爱我的父母。在星期六和星期天里，我经常去图书馆和弹钢琴。我爸爸去打篮球。有时侯，我们都在家看电视和听音乐。我爱我家。因为我和爸爸妈妈一起生活得很开心!
in the growing field of happiness research, one thing is overwhelmingly clear. people who are socially engaged are more likely to be happy—and less likely to be depressed—than those who aren't.
in fact, time magazine poll found that the four most significant sources of happiness—children (77 percent), friendships (76 percent), contributing to the lives of others (75 percent), and spouse/partner (73 percent)—all involved spending meaningful time with other people.
the problem: “we're so caught up with extraordinary work burdens, we don't have time to enjoy the people we love or contribute to the lives of others,” says post.
that time crunch is quite real, says john de graaf, president of the public policy organization take back your time. “compared to 30 years ago, the average family now spends an extra 500 hours per year working outside the home.”
we're also spending more time getting to work and back.
“traffic is getting worse and we're not investing in mass transit,” says de graaf. “most of the data i've seen shows that we've doubled our average commute times in the past generation.”
obviously, it depends on where you live—and where you work. those most impacted: affluent families who chose even larger homes over living closer to work, and younger families who are priced out of homes of any size closer to centers of employment.
I have a happy family, there are three people in my family, my father, my mother and I. I go to school from Monday to Friday, on the weekends, I will go out with my parents, they always take me to different restaurants, we will taste different food.
At night, my mother will tell me a story, then I can have a good dream, I love my family life.