Top Areas that Married Couples Argue

Marriage is always inter-cultural. Two individuals who decide to tie the knot in marriage know that each one of them come from a different cultural orientation. Culture is a way of life of a group of people living in a particular locality. Every individual has distinct cultural orientation with regard to beliefs, values, attitudes, practices, …

Continue reading Top Areas that Married Couples Argue

Advertisements

Top Areas that Married Couples Argue

Marriage is always inter-cultural. Two individuals who decide to tie the knot in marriage know that each one of them come from a different cultural orientation. Culture is a way of life of a group of people living in a particular locality. Every individual has distinct cultural orientation with regard to beliefs, values, attitudes, practices, …

Continue reading Top Areas that Married Couples Argue

Which Comes First in Romantic Relationship: Friendship or Courtship?

Which comes first as an effective strategy to establish romantic ties with the person that one loves? The guy must first befriend the girl and then court her after she has shown enough trust to him? Or the guy must first directly court the girl and when she accepts the proposal, he could start establishing …

Continue reading Which Comes First in Romantic Relationship: Friendship or Courtship?

Areas of Compatibility in Romantic Relationship

It’s not true that one’s character is shown in one’s face. If it’s angelic and beautiful, then he or she is Mr. Or Ms. X, the long-lost soul mate or destined partner in life! Social science research has shown that there is no dependable association between facial features and personality traits. A person may look meek, …

Continue reading Areas of Compatibility in Romantic Relationship

Does Poverty Make One Religious and Prayerful?

Introduction In one of my research studies on the religiosity of the victims of Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy) in the Philippines, one of the strongest typhoons to hit the country, two Filipino mothers who were urban poor and who survived from the disaster, narrated to me vividly on how God saved her and her family from …

Continue reading Does Poverty Make One Religious and Prayerful?

5 Biggest Misconceptions about Gays & Lesbians

Sociology and the Homosexuality Issue The beauty of sociology as an academic discipline is that it always aims to be objective and value-free in its judgment about human behavior and social issues. Unlike Ethics, Theology, and other normative disciplines, sociology does not pass moral judgment on behavior issues, whether they are good or bad, using …

Continue reading 5 Biggest Misconceptions about Gays & Lesbians

Who has more Satisfying Social Relationships? The Young or the Old?

Age does matter in social relationships. It is assumed that older people experience more negative experiences in life compared to younger people because of loneliness and detachment from relatives and friends who are either sick, dead, or migrated to distant places. Although it is generally true that older people, especially the retired and senior citizens, …

Continue reading Who has more Satisfying Social Relationships? The Young or the Old?