For many of us Guiding is a family tradition. It might be that you have attended the same units, Mum or Grandma may have been Brown Owl, or you might even run a unit together. Some of you might even run a unit with your partner or wife. Equally some families may be made up of both Guiding and Scouting members, or a majority of your closest friends might be involved. But this doesn't always mean things will run easier just because you might be under the same roof, or are more likely to see each other than other teams! What are your tips for running a unit with family/ close friends, or having other members active in the "BP fold"? A few prompts: How do you manage potential safe guarding problems? How to have difficult conversations when you have a "higher role"? How to best maintain a good Guiding/other life balance? How to avoid accusations of favouritism? How to say that you would actually like to do a trip, training, or other new venture on your own? How to make sure other volunteers don't feel left out?