Individualistic welfare responsibility

The social story that everyone is self-sufficient results in the belief that a person should not have to care for anyone else. As a result care structures are designed to avoid direct personal responsibility for another's welfare. In general the ideal of such welfare structures is to develop people's self-sufficiency so that they are no longer a burden on others. Also people can and do avoid involvement with their extended family, their metropolitan area and the world as a whole.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems