Today’s families are prisoners of their own clutter 
Anthropologists observing modern American families discovered they are overwhelmed by stuff, rarely eat together, and are generally stressed out about it all.
(BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)

Today’s families are prisoners of their own clutter

Anthropologists observing modern American families discovered they are overwhelmed by stuff, rarely eat together, and are generally stressed out about it all.

(BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)

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    I looked at this picture and then I read the description and I’m pretty sure my subsequent sigh and eyeroll could be...
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    We need to wake up the reality of what’s going on around us…
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    I look at the picture of that woman’s shelves with the books and toys and I think, “That’s it?” She is a pathetic...
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    OK, this really annoys me. So what if a family doesn’t eat together? My family only eats together on holidays and it...
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    this is true. let’s burn all the furniture and just have pillows and instead of video games everyone can come over and...
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    I think this goes for a lot of families in the Western hemisphere - consumerism has taken over our lives. To what...
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