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It is always interesting to look at how society efforts to make people conform. Social conditioning is among the most powerful motivators we come across. The fact that the majority of it occurs without our knowledge is the reason why it work. People will struggle to defend their beliefs without being aware of where those things came from. Unfortunately, many people are nothing more than "products of our environment". We rarely become something which we consciously chose. Rather, people who we spent one of the most time with influenced us into believing what we do.


When it comes to relationships and sex, society is apparent on what it's belief is. Heterosexual marriage is the accepted model. This is the best way to maintain order while ensuring the reproduction of the "village". People who enter this state wind up raising a family which carries the populace forward. Also, couples provide an overall stability to the community. They tend to settle down in a area while establishing some roots. The focus often shifts away from individual fulfillment compared to that of the family. This is a wonderful concept and appropriate in most situations.

However, there is a large number of those people who are not designed for this lifestyle. Yet society fails to deliver the message that it is alright for someone to find a lifestyle which is suitable to them. Many think that if someone just isn't of this mold, then there must be a problem. Yet, there are numerous lifestyles for individuals to choose from. Of course, there is the range of staying single. For a lot of people, this is the ideal method to live life. Some people are homosexual or bisexual. Their preference strays a bit from the norm. There are those who choose the "swinging" lifestyle. Monogamy just isn't something that works best for them. These are simply a few of the choices people could make when deciding what they want in life.

Section of living an abundant life is making the options that make you content. Too many people allow others to make the decisions for the kids and wonder why they are not fulfilled. You're only one that has to live your lifetime. It is important to select those things that coincide together with your true nature.

Trying to live a life-style that is not true to us will result in failure. We now have heard of the man who leaves his wife for an additional man. He comes "out of the closet". Afterwards, people wonder why he would do such a thing. The answer is that he simply was attempting to live Omar Jackson a way of life that did not fit him. Certainly he may not have known his sexual preference while he got married. Nevertheless, the pressures of our culture deter your analysis into what fits they. He was trained from a young age which he should get married and lift a family. That is the conditioning of society.

Naturally, this isn't to imply that there are anything wrong with marriage or family. The idea is that basically they are not for everyone. However, the judgments of others is another powerful weapon. Individuals who fail to obey the cultural norm are belittled. For example, what is the opinion of folks that engage in group sex. The majority of society looks down upon those people. They give them a call all kinds of names. Those who claim to be "open-minded" judge the daylights away from these people. Since they do not match the proper model, weapons are introduced in an attempt to make sure they are conform. Naturally, violence is outlawed in the era so other tactics are used. The biggest is always to let people know they "do unfit in". This carries considerable pressure. We all want to be a part of something. Our humanness dictates this. Man (in the species sense) can be a social animal. We have been designed to connect to other people.