Nouns / phrases:
Home, home life, home country. Family, family member(s), family life.Privacy, private affairs. Establishment, settling down.
Familiarness, familiarization, (non sexual!) intimacy. Normality. Close-mindedness: fear of the new/unfamiliar. Xenophobia.
Order, regularity, simple structures, plans, low risk, safety.
Tradition, custom, traditional world view, conservatism, conventionality. Individual confirmed habits; matters of habit. Preservation, conservation. Restrictive traditions; blocking of innovation; inflexibility.
To make oneself at home, start a family. Activities at home, or with the family. To settle down, settle with, establish. To keep something private; to keep away the public.
To familiarize, to be used to, to be at home with. To block innovations/changes; to fear the new/unfamiliar, to keep out strangers.
To order, regulate, to keep it simple, plan, reduce risks. To feel safe.
To follow tradition, conserve, preserve. To act habitually.
Homey/homelike, native. At home, at home with. Familial. Long established, settled. Private.
Familiar, used to, intimate with. Close-minded regarding anything which is new/unfamiliar. Xenophobic. Proper, orderly, normal, regular, regulated, simple, simply structured, well-planned, low-risk, safe. Conventional, traditional, accustomed. Conservative, conserving. habitual. Restrictive, inflexible, anti-innovative.
As a person: Family member; or someone the querent feels so intimately familiar with that they actually consider them family. Someone we feel at home with; someone who is always there (for us). Traditional, conservative person; (strict) person who doesn't bend the rules, person with very confirmed habits. Xenophobe.
Keep it private! Familiarise yourself with it! Settle down! Preserve that which is good! Don't block innovation!
Time factor *) : Long time spans; always; forever. Family time.