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Lessons Learned from Full House

Lessons Learned from Full House

Full House was one of the most iconic shows of the late 80s to early 90s and with news that it’s coming back with a reunion, it’s all the rage right now. But the show wasn’t just fun and games, there were plenty of life lessons the show taught viewers weekly. Here’s a few lessons the show disseminated amongst its’ fans.

Quick wit is important in a big family



With all of the people living in that house, you needed to be quick-witted to get a word in and your feelings across. Whether it was a one-liner or sarcastic quip, the Tanners kept it interesting.


Follow your dreams



From the adults to the children, no one in the Tanner house was discouraged from following their dreams. Joey just wanted to be a comedian and Michelle could build cars if she really wanted to.

Sometimes you need to practice first

Whether it’s learning to drive or starting a band, it’s rarely perfect the first time. Practice helps everyone improve. At least with driving.

Sisters are great!


The Tanner sisters went through a lot but ended up tighter than ever. Even when they were mad at each other or fighting, they still loved one-another and stood up for each other. That’s a true sisterly bond.

“When you’re lost out there and you’re all alone, a light is waiting to carry you home.”

The biggest lesson to be learned from Full House is that family is important. No matter what the Tanners went through, they always were there for each other. Even when they got mad or made poor decisions, they still loved and care for each other. That’s really the most you can ask for in a family and this one was one of the best.

What did you learn from the Tanners? Let us know in the comments.

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