Have you ever felt like all the friends you like are like your own family? .
Hello, I'm Kuro-chan.
I was watching online news the other day
Non-relative household members surpassed 1 million last year for the first time
I found this headline:
*Non-relative household members・・・Non-relative households refer to households of 5 or less people who are not relatives within the 8th degree but other people, excluding households that live in groups in facilities etc. do. This includes households in which friends who are on good terms live together or live together without getting married.
When I'm working as a care manager, I'm often in charge of common-law couples.
Some people go out and have a relationship, but there are quite a few people who usually live together as husband and wife.
Legally, there is no relationship, so informed consent (explanation and confirmation of consent) at the time of hospitalization should be given to blood relatives, but these days, if the person's consent is obtained, the family's consent Instead, common-law relatives are taking on that role.
In the news, the content was to legally prepare legal rights (subject to deductions, recognized as guardians, etc.) for non-relative households, which are rapidly increasing.
Huh, that's pretty advanced! I thought it was a Korean story,,,.
However, in Japan, the number of “non-relative household members” is definitely increasing, and I think it will increase in the future.
In Kamakura City, there is something called "Kamakura City Partnership Oath System".
As the number of young people who do not marry increases and the generation who do not have children becomes old, I think that there will be more people who think that they should live side by side, even if they are not blood relatives.
When I think about such things, I think that renovating my house like a share house is not bad, and I enjoy daydreaming every day.
Our children are also talking about wanting to have their lovers and friends live in our house and live together.
There are many benefits, both economically and financially.
I don't know how much I can accept others.
As far as I can see, there are many common-law husbands and common-law wives who do their best.
It is natural to be there, and I feel that not thinking so is fostering the existence value and compassion of the other person.