Week Six - PSY 265 - Discussion Question Two

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Choose two of the following three questions about lifestyles to answer. Reference trends related to the lifestyles in your answers. o What are healthy versus unhealthy reasons to marry? o What are healthy versus unhealthy reasons to cohabitate? o What are healthy versus unhealthy reasons to stay single? Respond to a classmate who chose the lifestyle that you did not discuss. State why you agree or do not agree with his or her analysis of that lifestyle. There are both healthy and unhealthy reasons to marry. I would imagine that a majority of people that get married are looking to solidify their marriage and prove their commitment to one another. There may also be security issues as well in which marriage would serve as a remedy. This, however, may result in an unhealthy marriage that would potentially end in a divorce. Another unhealthy reason to get married would be as a result of feeling lonely. In scenarios in
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Unformatted text preview: which people marry for the wrong reasons, such people have a higher probability of their marriage failing. There are additionally both healthy and unhealthy reasons to stay single. A healthy reason to stay single, in some opinions, would be to pursue endeavors pertaining to one’s career or education; being in a relationship may make the pursuit of these endeavors much more difficult. Being single oftentimes assists a person in remaining focused and/or having less distraction – although the opposite holds true, as well. Many times, however, people remain single simply because they have not yet found the right person – or the right person has not yet found them. An unhealthy reason to remain single is due to maintaining feelings cockiness or even the opposite. 2 Discussion Question Two 3 When a person has these feelings, they oftentimes feel that they are either too good for another person or not good enough....
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