I think he meant the gods--whom, for the most part, she would not have chosen as her family, but who are her blood relatives and who are all mixed up in her business. With her "stepmother" trying to kill her unborn sibling's mother, and her uncle trying to force her to marry him, and so on, Clark can understand how Wonder Woman's unruly "extended family" makes it difficult for her to take breaks.I'm still confused about who Clark would consider part of Diana's existing extended family that places demands on her as Wonder Woman 24/7. With her mother and the rest of the Amazons gone, I believe, and with Hera, Lennox, and Zola presently comprising her supporting cast (or at least characters she deals with) in Azzarello's Wonder Woman, if I'm not mistaken, who among them would Diana really consider family? I guess I think it's such an odd way to label and describe who currently makes up Diana's life. I wish the scene would have had Clark actually ask Diana about herself and let her talk about herself in ways that line up more explicitly with her book as well as would have allowed Diana to express her thoughts and feelings in more depth.