Why people’s commitments change? Despite the fact that people promise to love one another or married couples take the wedding vows seriously, permanent commitment to stay together is not always attainable. 448 more words
As a couples therapist I find reality TV shows like Married at First Sight or The Bachelor/ Bachelorette utterly fascinating. As the couples try to develop their fledgling relationships in front of millions of viewers it gives us a chance to see the initial stages of a ‘normal’ relationship, all play out in one or two evenings. 810 more words
Age does matter in a relationship whether one likes it or not. Although there other personal and social factors that can affect the social interaction of couples in a particular society, age definitely has an effect on the way partners relate with each other. 394 more words
“Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter” (Mark Twain).
The saying that “Age doesn’t matter” is a popular expression among people for those who fall in love with a wide age gap. 996 more words
Have you experienced falling in love? What was it like? Did it feel natural?
One biological theory suggests that falling in love is like “being drunk.” The love hormone can make people fall in love, making them “drunk” with erotic passion and altruism. 909 more words