Thursday, January 3, 2008

Establishing Personal Relationship
It is always very encouraging to build up personal relationship, as it has a great impact to individual level as well as society level also.
By establishing personal relationship one can be free from stereotype bias. It helps to lessen prejudices. Also it helps to build up a good knowledge-base depending on the community to interact with.
By making personal relationship, one can understand the others positive qualities even if it was surrounded before by vague concepts and negative resolutions. And nonetheless to say, it can improve the political as well as social policy of a country as it helps to change in attitude and building mutual relationships.Apart from building personal relationship in individual level, a broader level for building personal relation has to be encouraged.
It can be done through citizen exchanges, dialogues, joint projects, sporting events and any other positive and cooperative opportunities that can bring people together under one shade by inspiring the notion of unity and oneness.
Psychoanalytic account of love
Freud considers love to be developed as the outcome of sexual drive. According to him, love as well as sexuality is rooted in infancy (Freud, 1905). As he believed that a person's first love object is the mother.
Moreover, he also included that the mother's breast acts as a source of sexual pleasure more than providing nourishment and this is the sexual pleasure what compels an individual to seek from his adult lover.Furthermore, Freud saw love as the coexistence of “two currents”:
• Tenderness/affection, and
• Sensuality.
While the former begins as an infant pursue the care and nourishment received from parents or any other caregiver, Freudian theory affirmed that the latter is related to sexual energy, or libido. And happy love is the fusion of these two currents.
The absence any of either can cause conflict which may affect the individual throughout the life-span. The sexual instincts are said to have a gratification-seeking endeavor. And interestingly Freud believed that the inhibition of this aim results sexual desire being transformed into affection in long-term relationships such as marriage.

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