Growing up as a mafia member can be a very tough road for anyone, but for some it can also be the best road, as they learn the skills of the black community and become an influential and powerful member of society.
This week, Irish Times magazine is reporting that Irish kids who grow up in the Irish Mafia are also more likely to be more successful as young adults than their peers.
The article is based on a survey of 100 Irish adults and children aged between nine and 25, who were asked if they knew of any Irish mafia members who were in their own families, or who were related to the family members.
It found that the average Irish person had been a member of the Irish Mob at some point in their lives, but it was more common to have been involved in the organisation’s business or criminal activities.
The study also found that Irish people who grew up in a family that was connected to the mafia tended to be older, have higher incomes and have a more stable life.
The Irish people were also less likely to live in areas where gangs were active, and they were more likely than the Irish who were not related to a gang to live alone.
“Irish people who were raised in a gang household tend to be much less successful in their adult lives than those who were more directly involved with the family,” the report said.
The research also found there was a link between the amount of family connections that a family member had and how likely a child was to become a member.
The results of the study also showed that the more brothers or sisters a person had, the more likely that person was to be a member and more likely they were to be in a mafia family.
The report was based on the results of a survey conducted in 2015, which looked at the number of children and adults who were from families connected to a mafia.
More than 1,000 adults were asked the same question, but the results showed a similar pattern.
The Irish children who were the most connected to their family were more than twice as likely to become members of the gang as those who weren’t.
Irish people with more brothers and sisters in a criminal family were almost three times as likely as those with fewer siblings to be members of a criminal organisation.
The majority of Irish people raised in families that were connected to organised crime were more successful in life than their counterparts who didn’t.