1. Who should people spend more time with? Family or friends?
I believe that family should always come first. Your family has helped you from day one and deserve your attention and respect. This is especially true of your parents and grandparents.
2. What’s the difference between staying with friends and staying with family?
Family time tends to be a more uptight experience, as you must meet certain expectations and follow specific behavioral guidelines. Whereas, you can hang loose with your friends, because they accept you for who you are.
3. Do people prefer being with a large group of people or with a few friends?
This depends on the person. Introverts tend to have a few friends, while extroverts feed off of large groups of people. Personally, I’d rather have a couple close friends that know me well, than many shallow relationships.
4. Do science and technology improve the relationship between people?
In a sense, yes. Technology allows people to stay connected all of the time, whereas you had to put in more of an effort before. It also helps break down barriers, so people can learn more about others faster.