Universal rejection truth of dating and relationships

16 Jun

The intrinsic interest in these fields by most people is shared by social psychologists, and attachment, attraction, and love relationships constitute one of the most prolific areas of investigation in social psychology.The early attachment theory advanced by Bowlby (1982) emphasized the importance of the field when he suggested that our attachments to parents to a large extent shape all succeeding relationships in the future.Our needs to belong motivate our unconscious and conscious thoughts, and our behavior in the search for satisfying relationships.Without such relationships we suffer the pangs of loneliness with negative physical and psychological consequences.There is evidence, as we shall see, that we all need to be connected to others, to experience a network of varying relationships.These needs are universal, present in all cultures and societies.

The importance of relationships cannot be overemphasized since we as humans have a fundamental need to belong.

This idea from the Bible brings to mind the passion of deep commitment and the willingness to sacrifice, even in the ultimate sense.

This willingness to sacrifice is one manifestation of love, but as we all know there is much more to relationships and love.

Although living close to each other they had not met before running into each other on this day on the road leading up the hill to their neighborhood.

Both seemed quite determined to assert themselves that day, and soon they began pushing each other that gradually turned to wrestling, and attempts to dominate.