Family is an essential part of the society and it plays the most important role in everybody’s life. It means that the most important people in our lives are Happiness is also impossible without love. When people love each other, they can overcome all the obstacles. Unfortunately, modern couples often build their relations on some other values, such as money, social position, etc. They think that happiness will come itself and nobody has to make an effort. They are mistaken, as good family relations are impossible without mutual understanding and love. Children in the family also play an important role. To keep up ideal relations with parents they should be kind to them, trusting and understanding.
There is sometimes this confusing space which opens up when someone you’ve been friends with for a while suddenly starts to look more and more attractive to you. It could be the other way round too, someone who’s always been your best buddy suddenly starts acting in a different way, but you’re not sure if it’s interest in you romantically or just a sign of extreme friendship and attachment. There’s always the risk that if you jump to the wrong conclusion, that not only will you embarrass yourself and your friend, but you could also lose the easy going friendship which you’ve always enjoyed.
So before you do decide to act on your feelings, you might want to go through this checklist to see if your feelings might be mutual and romantic. The Love or Friendship Checklist Here’s a quick way to give you an indication of where your relationship might be headed. If you answer yes to most or all of the questions below, then it could be love and not just friendship. 1. You Call Each Other Everyday Maybe it started with a couple of texts every few weeks, and then these morphed into daily messages before bedtime, and then eventually you were calling each other every night to talk about how your day went and plan what you would like to do together when you meet again.
It might be a pattern of calls which you didn’t plan on, but which has become a routine for both of you. If this is happening, then it’s likely that you and your best friend are more than just interested in how your day went. You have started to share dreams and feelings with each other regularly. 2. You are Concerned about Each Other This happens when you know so much about each other that you know when to be concerned about each other.
Does your best friend call you right after your job interview to see how it went? Do you call each other after you reach home – for a “safe and sound” update? Does your friend always bring along an extra umbrella for you or have a ready supply of your favourite mints? If the answer to these types of questions is a “Yes”, then you are clearly a cherished person in your friend’s life. 3. New People You Meet Assume You are a Couple Friends who have known both of you for a long time might not see any changes in your relationship, but new people you meet will pick up on unconscious signals and body language fairly quickly.
So if you are often mistaken as a couple when you meet new people, then it is highly possible that you are treating each other as a couple in all the ways that matter to other people. 4. You Feel Jealous If your friend goes on a date with someone else, or admires someone and expresses an interest in them do you feel unsettled or upset? Does your friend seem remote and less than happy for you when you have a date?
You and your friend could be feeling jealous although you may not want to acknowledge the feelings. However, being unable to feel positive when your best friend seems to be interested in someone else is a good indicator that you have more than just feelings of friendship for your friend. 5. You are Together on Weekends and Holidays Great friends do go on holidays with each other now and then and see each other on weekends.
But couples see each other every weekend and plan exclusive holidays together. If you and your best friend are seeing each other every weekend and spending many holidays together, you may already be behaving as a couple without realising it.
6. You are Physically Attracted to Each Other You may realise this last, but suddenly you look at your best friend and instead of feeling just affection for them, you feel attracted to them and want to reach across and create a physical connection. With friends, this tends to happen after you have already formed deep emotional bonds with each other. The chemistry tends to be the final catalyst needed to change your relationship from friendship to love. So Should You Date?
So you’ve gone through the checklist and you think you’re both ready to move out of the “friendzone”. Should you date? The answer to this question of course, depends on each and every couple. But before you lean over and ask your friend what they think about moving beyond friendship, you might want to examine your own feelings and motives first.
Ask yourself if you are genuinely interested in dating your best friend or if your interest in them is one of curiosity.
You may know your friend so well in everything else but this, and you just might be curious to see what it would be like to date each other. Ask yourself also if you are attracted to your friend because you are on the rebound from a failed relationship and your friend seems like a safe haven for you.
If you’ve been friends for a long time, ask yourself why you never felt an interest in each other as a couple. Was it a timing issue or a compatibility issue? If you’ve thought through your feelings and motives and still feel confident that this is what you both want, then, by all means take the next step.
The best companions are also the best of friends, so a friendship that turns into love can form a great foundation for a happy relationship.
best family dating each other is called a _______ - Is it Love or Are We Just Friends?
People in a family can be similar in many ways. They can be similar in looks: same color hair, eyes, or skin. They can have similar features such as eyes, nose, mouth, etc.
They can have other similar physical features such as height, bone structure, shape and size. Then, there are similarities you cannot see. Families often have the same gene structure and similar DNA. This can result in having similar medical conditions or chances of developing them.
Some families share abilities such as artistic or vocal talent and athleticism. However, not all similarities are based on physicalities. Families can share similar personal characteristics such as sense of humor, religious and political opinions and views, and traits such as punctuality, perserverance, and/or emotional outlook on life. Even families that are not biologically related can have similarities: Mannerisms, speech patterns, and habits. It really doesn't matter how much they have that is similar, it is often more about what they don't want to live without.
We have sometimes had this problem. It is ususally solved by simply having two places to eat and socialize. I.e. one group eats in dining room, other in kitchen, or something to that nature. Also have different activites going on if possible.
Of course this is assuming the people have the good sense … to not to antagonize the other. strength of extreme emotional attachment .
not necessarly because experiences and situations change people on the day to day basis and even if people really love each other if they have been separated or have not been around each other for a long time they end up drifting away from the feelings a … nd attractions that made them fall in love with eachother in the first place,however if the two people were not in a relationship but have constant contact with each other and if the previous feelings were intense they might gravitate towards each other all over again.
good genersly and without family meetings and u shouldn't need family meetings and if your family does family meetings that means its not ment to be.........you need to be nice to your children especially if their mom or dad is alive cause they could move out of your house early..........treat them … with respect they have hearts and you still have time that you need to fill there heart.......
There were many ways that people helped each other during the holocaust. Many people belonged to underground armys that would attack the Nazi's such as the Dutch Freedom Fighters or the French Underground. Other ways were by hiding friends in houses. Anne Frank lived as long as she did because of pe … ople who worked for her father. Other ways were taking children in. Many people would take Jewish children into their homes and pretend that it was their child.
On the whole believe that culture and values are very important in the way that people are treated and interact with each other in a business. I think, however, values are more important. We discussed previously that cultures within a business can and have been changed but everybody has their own in … built values which should be respected.
For instance, a workplace which has a culture of laziness would need to be addressed for the future of the business. We all place a value on our well being however, and if the employees were bullied into working harder for example, or bullied in general this would not be acceptable.
2.I think that this has to depend on the business situation and cannot be addressed as a whole. In the NHS for example, the operating theatre should strictly operate to HRM policies as the health and well being of the patients is at stake.
Over in the NHS procurement department however, I believe that culture and values would have higher importance because a higher level of autonomy is required in dealing with and building relationships with suppliers and obtaining reliable and better value supplies.
Before the computer communication across long distances was done via radio, telegraph, snail mail, or phone. With the invention of the internet and computers that are on it, we have added immensely to that list. You can now communicate via a video chat (like Skype), text someone, email, share someth … ing on Facebook, repin on Pinterest, post a video onto YouTube, and many more. Communication has never been easier or faster than it is now.
Marriage is one of the most important issues that happens for most of the people in the world and probably is the most important one! Based on differences in cultures, histories, religions, societies and so on, the ways people start dating, fall in love, and marry differ in the countries all over the world.
Also, the ways people celebrate marriage ceremonies are dissimilar in the countries based on those differences. Being in an English learning for international students class, I think (hope!) it would be interesting for the students as well as my teacher with dissimilar background to know that how Iranians start dating, falling in love, and getting married. How Iranians start dating, and falling in love? The way people start dating in Iran is highly dependent on the family they were born.
Generally, we have two extreme categories for Iranian families. The fist category are ‘religions’ families who believed that their sons or daughters should not have any relationships before marriage. Sometimes this category also is refereed to as ‘traditional’ family. Having this attitude in mind, a probable question coming to mind is that so how boys and girls in religions families meet each other for the first time while they should not have any relationships before marriage?
To answer this question I should explain a custom which we called ‘Khastegari’. ‘Khastegari’ is a custom in which families of both girl and boy come to meet each other for the first time with or without knowing each other before and this time could be the first time the the boy and the girl meet each other. In this meeting, families as well as the boy and the girl talk to each for about 4-5 hours to get to know each other. Also, another custom that families talk about in ‘khastegari’ called as ‘Mehrieh’.
‘Mehrieh’ is an amount of money, usually a big money more than $100000 that if the couple divorced, the guy should give to his wife. It is really Ridiculous!!!!!
is not it? After this meeting, if the families especially the boy and girl want to know each other more, a period starts we called ‘Namzadi’.
In this period, the couple is officially in the relationship and try to know more each other. In this period the couple either falls in love with each other and decides to get married or understands they cannot get along with each other and break up. The second category are those families we called ‘open-minded’ or ‘modern’ families. I think you are more familiar with these families than the previous category. These families allow their children to have relationships before they want to get married.
The ways boys/girls in open-minded families start dating and meeting each other is more or less similar to here, US.
They meet each other in parties, friends’ groups, universities, etc. and they continue dating until they falling in love with each other and getting married or break up the relationships and start another one.
In these families, once a boy and a girl fall in love, they will still have ‘Khstegari’ and ‘Namzadi’ customs. For this category, ‘Khasteegari’ is just a formal request for marriage which is usually from the guy’s family.
Conversely, for those religious families, ‘Khstegari’ is a formal request for starting a relationship. Also ‘Namzadi’ for the couple with open-minded families is usually shorter in comparison with the first category as the couple already know each other and fell in love with each other.
Although as a person who has grown up in an open-minded family, most of the Iranians I have seen and interacted with were belonged to the second category, the number of people who belonged to the first category is significant enough to be taken into account.
It should be mentioned that most of the Iranians do fit in one these categories, however, there are many other families who were traditional but are moving toward being considered as a modern families. This situation mostly occurs when parents have traditional thoughts but the children do not want to follow what they parents tell.
Such families are really difficult to interact with as they are in a transient state and even do not know how they should treat. The boys and girls in such families are the biggest victims in many situations especially for having serious relationships, dating, falling in love, and getting married. In these families, the way that boys and girls start dating or have relationships before the marriage is exactly similar to the boys and girls belonged to the modern families with one big difference and this difference is that usually one or both parents are not aware of these relationships.
Further, concealing these relationships is not the only problem in these families. Another problem rises when the families decide to force their children to marry in a traditional way while these boys and girls have their own relationships and want to get marry in a different way with different person. Anyway, Once the children in these families want/forced to get married either in a traditional or modern way, they will still have ‘Khastegari’ and ‘Namzadi’ and these two customs are done usually in a way similar to the traditional families rather than modern families.
How Iranians get married? After that the couple falls in love and decides to get married, they should celebrate their marriage ceremony. We have two steps for this ceremony. The first step is called ‘Patakhti’. In the ‘Patakhti’ ceremony usually the couple just invites the close people like close friends, brothers, sisters, their families, etc. In this ceremony the guests should give their gifts to the couple which usually are really worth a fortune.
During this ceremony, the guests and the couple dance together and have a lot of fun and usually the ceremony end up with a dinner.
The second step is marriage ceremony. In this ceremony, the couple invites almost all of their families for the ceremony and guests give their valuable gifts to the couple. The rest of the ceremony is pretty similar to the ‘Patakhti’ with a big difference that the ceremony is held in a big place. The way that the couple celebrate their marriage is also highly dependent on their families. These customs are almost the same for both traditional and modern families with one big difference. If the couple comes from a traditional families, the ceremony will be held in a place that men and women are separated.
In the other words, all men go to one place and at the same night all women go to another place and men and women celebrate the marriage ceremony separately, But for the modern families these customs are normal and all people go to one place to celebrate the marriage ceremony. After the marriage ceremony the couple usually goes to a trip on their honeymoon and then start their new life. How these customs differ from your customs?
Do the Iranian couples really get married or it is better to say that their families are getting married? Did you get shocked once you read this article? share your shock, ideas, and customs !!!
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