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In [[sociology]], '''familial love''' is a type affinity or natural affection felt between members of a group bound by common ancestry or blood ties. The cultural ideal of familial love is one that is committed, unconditional, [[altruism|selfless]], emotionally full, and reciprocally returned by the other.
 
In [[sociology]], '''familial love''' is a type affinity or natural affection felt between members of a group bound by common ancestry or blood ties. The cultural ideal of familial love is one that is committed, unconditional, [[altruism|selfless]], emotionally full, and reciprocally returned by the other.
   

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In sociology, familial love is a type affinity or natural affection felt between members of a group bound by common ancestry or blood ties. The cultural ideal of familial love is one that is committed, unconditional, selfless, emotionally full, and reciprocally returned by the other.

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