While preparing the report on the topic, I have felt that choosing a life partner is a subject that should be thoroughly discussed sometime in college level and perhaps even in school days. It amazes me that so little time, if any, is given for considering this topic on a meaningful and useful way in school, college or even university level. Why I feel like so; cause it is probably the single most important decision that all of us can make. I am sure that other than some brave people it looks like most of us, myself included, rely mainly on our instincts to choose the one person we want to be with forever. Therefore, the decision is very important and the discussion is useful. While conducting this study, I have amazingly found that most people who get married in modern society do not have the foresight, life experience or even take lessons from the elderly which are needed to make the best possible choice.
2.1. Objective of the Assignment
The primary objective of the study is fulfillment of requirement of university course on Social Studies. However, the supplementary goal of the study is to understand actual and useful determinant of building successful institution which can be called marriage. Additionally, the study will create awareness on erroneous variables which cause painfully broken relationships.
2.2. Scope of this Assignment
The study is only an attempt to find out qualitative variables. The study requires more statistically proven data to reach so that it can be a recommended social study.
This report is prepared using the following tools:
a. Interviewing 10 randomly selected married person
b. Studying popular concepts through reading, analyzing articles on causes of success and failures of conjugal life. c. Studying & analyzing matrimonial sites, number of Facebook statuses and tweets of different people around the world. At first the report tries to endeavor what are key things we should keep in mind while choosing life partner. Then we summarize most important our findings from interviews. Then limitations of the study are expressed so that any future social study can be benefited by taking the mentioned scopes through which the whole discussion can be expedite, enrich further.
3. What are the points we should take care
3.1. Whether I really like her
Obviously, a certain person is not the right partner for you if you are not even attracted to him/her. The challenge is in knowing if what you are feeling is “genuine like” as opposed to “superficial love” or “temporary outburst of sudden emotion or lust”. Choosing a life partner with fools like intoxicated with such superficial love or temporary outburst of sudden emotion (in most cases, stemmed just for looks) can not be source of fuel to maintain a healthy relationship. In addition to the above, I like to clarify and emphasis the fact that, when I say 'genuine like ', we should be careful that I should not like her only because of her looks, How do you know if you genuinely like and admire her? Ask yourself if you would want your child or future child to marry someone like her. And in answering this question, think about how she consistently behaves, not what he says. Compatibility in terms of wealth, culture, family background, religion:
In case of choosing a life partner, it is like hiring someone for a job. Does he/she fit the description on which your ideal partner should be? You cannot just choose whoever. This is your potential life partner! You wouldn't just pick someone off the street to hire for a job, so why pick a random person as your partner? He/ she should be more or less compatible with your family status in terms of wealth, culture, family background, religion etc.
3.2. Why do I like her?
Being gorgeous, being a trusted friend and taking good care to a would-be partner are all weak reasons to like, be with someone. Rather whether:
a. she can make you laugh your socks...
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