Usually there is one strong person in every family that everyone relies on and of which all expects to comfort, support, get out of trouble and the like. Such people are usually expected to be always strong and supportive at all times. They carry this burden either voluntarily or as their personal obligation and responsibility to the family. Most householders feel that they should give to them constantly. In this way, an apparent harmony in the family is maintained. Few people think that these people also need protection and support. If there are situations in which strong people can no longer be a support, the whole family falls apart. Then the wrongly set relationship between the householders is noticed. In addition, the shortcomings of each individual in the entire family construction are observed. This means that all those who have relied on one person are in fact persons without striving for personal progress and personal change in life, and that they expect action from others while they are only passive observers both in the family and in their own lives.