Well We all have to get it at any cost if we have to cook and eat.
Another option is to go back to our Stone Age - No Gas - No Headache.
I don't worry too much about my personal use of gas as I enjoy walking whenever possible. I can take a pleasant stroll into my local town centre and get there faster than anyone driving a car as they get stuck in traffic, then have to find somewhere to park, and THEN walk from the car park to where they actually wanted to go.
On the other hand, the rising cost affects almost everything else I buy or use. So indirectly it does affect my family.
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