Yeah, I know you didn't suggest that. But the author of that article pretty much does. But I don't recall Obi-Wan and other Jedi acting too psychologically damaged, just arrogant at times, maybe. I think the author makes a good point about a potential structure for the three trilogies. The problem is, the author is also assuming that all families are always healthy and functional units for children. We know that's obviously not so. So the Jedi probably have a good reason for doing things the way they do. The Jedi's biggest mistake was not bending their rules for Anakin, considering he was coming from a different background than their typical Jedi. They were too black and white, and that's what got them. Not necessarily their prohibition against love or marriage. Their rigidness to rules rather than openness to context. I think that if we have trilogies in the future, or past I guess, it would be a great idea for a plot to see different force clans/families at war with one another. This could show why the Jedi originally made the rule, or how Luke's new order ends up getting in trouble. But the idea that all we need is a traditional nuclear family and no Jedi will ever go bad or be unhappy is silly, imo.