Family Relationships Let me talk about the Chinese Family Relationships. I was born in a traditional family, my parents are workers, so they don’t have much time taking care me, so I was raised by my grandparents. Just like my generation of 80’s, most kids grew with their brothers or sisters. So they were more concerned and communicated with others. Unlike 80’s, 90’s generation are more self-focus and independence, because they are living in a richer life, their parents are pay more attention to the development of their kids, so the family relationships are either close or struggle. Looking at the Chinese family relationship today, like Unite State, most men who become fathers find themselves woefully unprepared. Many of today’s fathers act as absentee benefactors, leaving their wives to deal with the more important aspects of parenthood. Fathers are forced to look for work outside their homes, and women had to take over the burden of nurturing and educating the children all by themselves. The father’s role became that of the financial provider. Emotional support became the mother’s domain. So, Chinese mothers take more responsibility than fathers.