James Haveron In the world people are attracted by looks, smells and body language. Someone would be wearing a low shirt with her bra showing and no matter how ugly she is she will catch a mans attention and maby a good night. But to the point is that all of these things can lead to the ultimate pleasure that every man and woman seach for form the age of like 12. This ultimate pleasure is scary some try to avoid it other embrace it, it can cause life or death but in the end it will always result in happiness. In the movie hitch this concept was crated and destroyed but the ones in search for it fought for it.
A modern example of direct guarding is ‘vigilance’ which is coming home unexpectedly to see what the female partner is up too. Wilson et al found that women who agreed with questionnaire items such as ‘he is jealous and doesn’t want you to talk to other men’ were twice as likely to have experienced serous violence from their partners. Men can also guard against their partners infidelity either by conferring benefits or by inflicting costs, including violence. As not all men possess resources that might be used to provide benefits, some men are especially prone to using violence or the threat of violence (Shackleford et al). According to Daly and Wilson, death of a partner from physical violence may be an unintended outcome if an evolutionary adaptation that was designed for control rather than death.
Suddenly, inescapably, the responsibility for alleviating her misery became hers: she had to make a choice. "But I love him, doctor." The triumph of the doctrine of the sovereignty of sentiment over sense would have delighted the Romantics, no doubt, but it has promoted an unconscionable amount of misery. "Your boyfriend is unlikely to change. He strangles you because he enjoys it and gets a feeling of power from doing so.
Jealousy can be resentment of a rival, of a person who is enjoying success or advantage, or against another's success or advantage itself. Jealousy can be a lethal, some may argue that it’s the most lethal part of humans and our existence. There are many factors that can spark jealousy in a person, whether it be love, jobs, family, friends. Also there are many forms of jealousy, such as harmless jealousy and fatal jealousy. !
Her poise is an illusion set up to shield herself from reality, yet she still attempts to make herself attractive to new male suitors. Themes: Violence and cruelty appear as a theme in this play. Violence is often fraught with sexual passion. For instance, Stella explains her love for Stanley despite his brutality to Blanche. There is the unnerving suggestion that violence is more willingly accepted by women in a marriage than one would like to believe.
He is saying that is might not be wise for loving him, but he swears it won’t be stupid for he is going to be “horribly” in love with her. The word choice of “horribly” emphasizes a sense of awkwardness because he doesn’t know the first thing when it comes to love. It also gives a bit of that comical side to Benedick’s character, even in the name of love, he still can’t forget about the competition between him and Beatrice.
The jealousy is seen by evolutionary psychologists as an adaptive response and it is therefore useful. Similarly, the jealous individual in the relationship could also cause their partner to commit an infidelity. It is noted that men are more likely to experience jealousy because of their fear of cuckoldry. Women, on the other hand, are worried about sharing or losing their investments and resources. Both men and women have evolved retention strategies to deter mates from infidelity.
In this complicated scenario, the true nature of love is brought out, and the question is asked: Can you love someone who changes every day? I know it wouldn’t be simple to fall in love with someone of A’s kind, especially because these days, many people fall in love with a person’s physical appearance, social popularity, and the person they are on the outside. Could you fall in love with only someone’s personality, or does the outside play the important part in that person’s appearance as well? “Some people think mental illness is a matter of mood, a matter of personality. They think depression is simply a form of being sad, that OCD is a form of being uptight.
The faulty love in “Lessons of Love” In the short story “Lessons of Love” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, the young girl is an excellent example of unreliable love, people who abuse love, take advantage of love, and people who feel so intimated about their love they are willing to do anything for them, but they don’t know if they are going to get the same thing back from them. Obsession, love, and misery cannot lead you to the person that you want unless they feel the same way for you. The young girl is obsessed with the boy she has a crush on and the guy she meets changes her in a variety of ways and the girl has become so obsessed and desperate for her for the guy that she becomes untrue to her family members. First, the girl transforms in a way desiring to see the boy she has crush on every single day, she does that by basically admiring and always taking glances at him. The boy the young girl has a crush on works at a local grocery store right across the street, the young girl persuades and forces her family to eat more so, she can shop at the that store more frequently, so she can catch a glimpse of his beauty: “Week after week I wandered up and down the aisles, taking furtive glances at the stock room in the back, breathlessly hoping to see my prince.
A person who experiences this type of love is willing to give up just about anything to make the one they’re interested in happy. The person experiencing this type of love is known to value his or her love interest more than him or herself. This type of love also has an extreme vulnerability to potential abuse. The recipient of this type of love has the ability to take advantage of the person who’s so willing to please them and potentially take them for granted. This type of love tends to occur in those with low self-esteem and those who gain confidence in pleasing their love interest.