18 May 2008

Non Random Selection of Pairs

Non Random Selection of Pairs
If a marriage is so good, why on earth so many unhappy families? And why one in three marriages ends in divorce? Psychologists have found that the bulk of the problem is rooted in the wrong choice of partner for marriage. It interviewed 560 couples, and made valuable conclusions about how people are united in pairs, and as a result, is happy or unhappy. In a research psychologist found that 56% of women and only 48% of men believe that they are leading very happy marriage life. Women were happier married than men, and generally believed that marital happiness is the happiness at all. This relationship for women is so strong that most of them equate happiness in marriage happily at all. For most adults happiness depends on a successful marriage, more than anything else.

If successful marriage is such an important factor in our personal happiness, why half of contemporary marriages end of divorce, and why so many broken marriages are not unhappy? Rather, it happens, if someone unconsciously marry without thinking about how attractive partner, his intellect, socio-economic status or quality of the relationship with his own.

Non-random selection of a pair occurs on the following characteristics:
1. Couples usually close by age. In the West, the difference in age between spouses is three years, the husband usually older.
2. At an informed selection of a pair often influences the previous experience of family life. Those who never married, seeking to connect their lives with those who also had not been married and divorced tend to marry divorced from. A significant role in this plays a psychological factor.
3. Even taking into account that the influence of religion is weakened, people still tend to marry with the group. The reason for this partly lies in the fact that people often find themselves a couple of his entourage, which likely meet the man of the same faith.
4. People also tend to marry those who have the same with social background (and again in this selection of essential neighborhood).
5. In selecting a pair, indeed, is essential to the ethnic factor - nationality.