HUMAN INTERACTIONS 1
“Desperate to relate.” Undoubtedly, the fear of men and women to belong, creates the justification for survival. From timeimmemorial, a mature man has had the opportunity, time and space tolook for a life and death partner. Partnership solves the fear formany insecurities. One of the insecurities is aging, and thus, themagic of companionship lies in the comfort of mutual relationships,understanding each other through thick thin. The ultimate objectivethat cradles a union is happiness that will also lay a foundationtowards development and growth. In a bigger picture, the societalneeds that are met by a men and women are astounding. A peaceful homeconceives a peaceful and potential community. The fruits of union arefar-reaching, in as much as they have shortcomings (Scholl,2013).
Nevertheless, distrust arises in the presumed “eternity” ofcompanionship. The distrust is caught up together with theinsecurities that finds a place in the innocence of paring.Initially, companionships will feel like the utmost happiestsituation that man and woman will yearn for. Therefore, calm andtension build up together in the realization and development ofinteractions. Tension builds up as time goes by, and immediately,people feel wasted, betrayed, and even resentful. The ambience thatsurrounds tense times is almost unbearable. “You can take ten yearsto build trust, but one day to dismantle it.” At certain times,interactions will seem to cause a state of burden that is eithersupported or unsupported. Burdens beyond control will definitely ruinrelationships and torment the involved players (Scholl,2013).
The contemporary culture has been found on the establishment ofpersonal relationships that extend far and wide. Consequently, thedevelopment of the world will depend on the level of interactionsbetween the essences of humanity. The essences of humanity are loveand support (Scholl,2013).
Scholl, W.(2013). The socio-emotional basis of human interaction andcommunication: How we construct our social world. SocialScience Information, 52(1),3-33.