You live in a typical neighborhood. You know most of the people who live there. Every household maintains its home according to its own preferences - some people mow the lawn once a week; others work in their yards on a daily basis. Now imagine that everyone on the street is packing their bags and leaving their homes. All the occupants of each house are moving in together!

Each household brings its own ways of living, preferences and attitudes. We can immediately see the potential for conflict. Certainly a different level of coordination and cooperation is required to live together productively and peacefully in the same house than was needed as neighbors in separate dwellings.

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