Simplistic family decision-making structures

Uncorporate family decisions
The usually simplistic decision-making structures within the family do not consciously aim to make binding the family's stance on a particular matter which, over a given period of time, will hold the members accountable to this stance and would encourage unconscious decision about the joint responsibility of the family. They often exclude the children and the old people. It is frequently in effect the task of single person. Such arbitrariness inhibits the creativity of the excluded members.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems