there is an increasing trend around the world to have a small family rather than a large family. what are the advantages and disadvantages of having a small family rather than a large family?

Nowadays, it is becoming a normality around the world to have a close knitted family rather than having large number.
Although
, having small family has its positive side which includes ability to properly cater for
needs
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the needs
of
ones
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one's
one
family but it
also
has its negative side. On the one hand,
having a small family allows
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is a small family allowed
was a small family allowed
is a small family allowing
having a small family allows
for easy bonding between family members and
this
helps create and strengthen unity amongst
everyone
.
another
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Another
positive consequence of having a small family is that it allows for its member to be well catered for by the head of the family.
with
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With
a small number,
everyone
can be monitored closely.
studies
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Studies
by the National Population Census Board in 1997 shows that when small families are
kept it
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kept, it
helps reduce nonentity and riff-raff amongst the extended family and the general public as a whole.
in
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In
this
case it is easier for
everyone
to be their
brothers
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brother's
keeper.
On the other hand
, the demerits of keepings a small family
includes
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include
; having an empty house at old age for parents. Loneliness sets in for parents in the case
where by
By or through which
whereby
their young adult
decide
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decides
to move out of the house for one reason or the other
for example
; study, relocation and so on. Another ill effect of having a small family is the case of death, as the future is not certain for
everyone
and anything can happen. Take
for instance
a parent who has an only child and losing him at the age of 20years. They will be left shattered for the rest of their life In conclusion, keeping a small family has its own strength and weakness.

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