Since the husband-wife relationship is so controversial and interesting at the same time, I have an idea for a topic:
What makes you pick “A” person as a wife or husband and not “Another” one? In other words, what is behind our reasoning when we are choosing the other half?
What is behind our reasoning?! Is there a reasoning? Doesn’t it… well… just happen? ;-)
After years and years of spending time on psychology :), I think that we choose a person as husband or wife whose character is familiar to us, and the way we communicate with people especially with our spouses is the way that we have learned in our childhood from our parents or other important persons in our life.
Well, it JUST happens after months, if not years, of dating and feeling and thinking, right? So in other words, it DOESN’T JUST HAPPEN !!!! As far as the communication between the husband and wife goes, I agree with Azadeh. After all, parents are our role models so we care about our spouse as much as our parents cared about each other. We talk to our spouse the same way our parents did, and so on and so forth. Now when we say “we choose the person whose character is more familiar to us”, I kind of agree, but this… Read more »
Do we really choose?
What do you think about “love at first time“?
Because it was him, because it was me….
Well, Love at first sight is definitely a good topic for discussion. According to BBC (my favorite source !) there are three stages in “Falling in Love”: Stage 1:Lust Lust is driven by the sex hormones testosterone and estrogen. These hormones as Helen Fisher says “get you out looking for anything”. Stage 2: Attraction This is the truly love-struck phase. When people fall in love they can think of nothing else. They might even lose their appetite and need less sleep, preferring to spend hours at a time daydreaming about their new lover. Stage 3: Attachment This is what takes… Read more »
O Goddess! hear these tuneless numbers, wrung
By sweet enforcement and remembrance dear,
And pardon that thy secrets should be sung
Even into thine own soft-conched ear…
Keats : Ode to Psyche