Family privacy orientations come from Petronio’s (2002) communication privacy management (CPM) theory. The theory notes that culture is a type of core (or more stable) influence on the rules that govern the sharing and movement of private information within individual and collective privacy boundaries (Petronio, 2002, 2013). One type of cultural-level influence on privacy management and disclosure practices is the family unit. Over time, families socialize members of the unit about the sharing of private information related to two distinct kinds of family privacy boundaries: exterior and interior (Petronio, 2010).