Many of us have multiple social networks, such as professional relationships, family, friends, people from our past...and maybe even LPSGers! Some of us might relate to these social networks differently...to the extent that we might segregate people into silos. For example, some might not want their professional life to mix with their family life; or maybe they don't want old friends (who knew you as Wanker Wally) to meet your current friends (who know you as Joe Cool). Do you keep your networks separated by circumstance, or do you integrate everyone you know into one big party? If you segregate relationship types by category...have you found any pitfalls, dangers, or annoyances in doing that. To those who integrate everyone into one big "take me as I am" party, have you found any challenges introducing people from different aspects of your life? Another way to look at this is to consider: will your funeral be full of strangers suspiciously eying each other from across the room, or full of familiar friends?