In my family it seems like there was a dialog created to characterize our personalities such as the smart one, the whiner, the devil, etc. Those personalities are generally not accurate, and in fact in most instances are completely contrary to who we each are. Yet the going dialog is that so-and-so is the smart one and so on. Of course the so called smart, or good ones tend to hang on to these labels more closely. Do you think families choose an identity for its members that is blind to any change or growth?
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