Do you find that often you treat strangers/acquaintances with more respect, manners and kindness than your own loved one
Maybe my family's a bit screwed up, but I find that my family members tend to act a lot less respectful towards each other than they would to other random people. For example, if my mom wants something she'll just demand it, whereas if I was a stranger, she would request it politely. Or if someone in the family makes a mistake, they will be ridiculed/criticized. However, if they witness someone else make a mistake, they will kindly point it out, and offer a solution. Also, privacy/personal space is an issue. It's like just because you have a closer relationship with them, means you don't need to have any regard for their own privacy and comfort. Does anyone else have this problem with their families, and do you think it just comes with the territory, or that people should treat their families with the same sort of respect as they would an acquaintance?