Does your family think you’re the black sheep? Here’s why...

Does your family think you’re the black sheep? Here’s why...

If you feel like the square peg in the round hole that is your family, you’re not alone. Lots of Aquarians believe they are the odd ones out, or the black sheep. Not sure if your family feels the same way about your outsider status? If you do the following, they probably don’t quite get you...

- You ask them for money. More specifically, giving to charity instead of exchanging tangible gifts, or raiding money for a fundraiser or other cause.
- You don't buy them presents. To you, it’s the thought that counts, so you prefer to gift people experiences or thoughtful gestures, not something you buy in a store than just accumulates in their homes.
- You cheer for the other team. Not necessarily sports, but if your family is Democrat, you’re Independent or Republican. If they’re Baptist, you’re Unitarian. If they like Italian food, you vote for sushi.

Get it? Bottom line is, you’re cool just the way you are, and your true family loves you, no matter what color your wool is.

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