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  1. Ridiculous question statement. People will not only break up, but sooner or later go to the next world. So what? How can this justify refusing to satisfy your instincts?

    Asking “why” is pointless. Instincts – they are also instincts that do not require any reflection and conscious decisions on the part of the individual to activate them. A more rational question is “why” and” why ” – when a person refuses to follow their instincts-such a refusal requires a conscious attitude and motivation.

  2. For love, joy, care. Just for the sake of instincts, you can certainly meet, but this brings little joy and emotions and quickly begins to annoy.

  3. The fact is that when we conducted research on what people associate their happiness with, 75% of people answered. that they associate their happiness with having a partner. Through relationships, we feel satisfied with our lives. Yes, it's hard to be in a relationship. But it is worth the effort spent on them! If you want, here you can watch or read about how to be happy together, despite the fact that the end will still be – �


  4. It is not a matter of biological instincts, but of the psychic needs of the individual.

    The need for love and affection appears in a person as physiological needs and needs for security are met and can be considered as a variant of altruistic behavior. The psychological health of the individual depends on the satisfaction of this need. Frustration of the need for love leads to deterioration of somatic and mental states.

    Portal of psychological publications PsyJournals.ruhttps://psyjournals.ru/sgu_socialpsy/issue/30310_full.shtml [The need for affiliation and mental health – Problems of social psychology of the individual]

  5. This is everyone's choice. If they want to, they meet. If they don't want to, they don't meet. If they want it, they satisfy their instincts; if they don't want it, they don't satisfy it. Take, for example, a person like a monk. He seeks a meeting with God and secludes himself in prayer, passes certain obediences. And it restricts itself in food, communication with other people, not to mention the strict restriction, and I would even say the suppression of the sexual instinct. Monks have a special vocation.

    So not all people are concerned with what you write and ask about. Freedom of morals always gives rise to the illusion that people meet only to satisfy biological instincts. However, this is not the case for everyone. Thank God, the feeling of spiritual closeness, the need to give another person care, go through life together and support each other still remains.

  6. Few people meet stupidly for the sake of satisfying biological instincts. Generally speaking, this is considered a deviation and brings psychotherapists a good income.))

    And not everyone” sooner or later “breaks up, but even if (given the not devoid of black humor wording “until death do us part”)))).

    I think people meet (spend time together) out of curiosity.
    To learn what you don't know yet and experience what you've never experienced before.
    If a person interests you , it is a challenge, like a riddle that you want to solve… or not, rather, like a very interesting movie, you caught a glimpse of a couple of frames and you are eager to see the whole thing, you are looking forward, you are wondering what kind of stunning plot there is.

    Don't watch the movie just because it's over? A movie that you've already seen the beginning of and want to know what's next?) Nnu don't know… Who knows how, but for me this is a dubious argument.)))

  7. The “breeding instinct”, for example, which was mentioned, is to find a sexual partner, copulate and produce offspring, nothing more or less.
    However, in my opinion, relations between people are much more sociocultural than biological, although the latter plays a certain role.�

    1. The need for [monogamous] relationships, the creation of stable couples is an attitude in the public consciousness that a child appropriates in the process of socialization from culture, as well as copying adult behavior models.�
      The same point can be attributed to the installation that a person who is not in a stable / any relationship is a loser who failed to take place in life. Who wants to be a loser?

    2. In culture, romantic and sexual relationships are presented as one of the highest values, which is also assigned in the process of socialization. Prose and poetry, music, cinema – from ancient times to this day, love and sex occupy a significant place among the universal cultural values that are also assimilated in the process of socialization.�

    3. With the formation of partnerships, a person usually associates the presence of a certain level of stability, confidence in life, support and protection, as well as their own happiness and well-being, which motivates the creation of relationships.

    4. Well, everything that happens to us tends to end sooner or later. Either in our lifetime or with our death. Nevertheless, judging a phenomenon or process from the point of view of its finiteness is unproductive, after all. Why does a person strive for happiness – of course it is? Why does a person want to love – it's still going to end sooner or later? Yes, it will end, ce la vie, but it will not be devalued. Besides, life must have some kind of content.

  8. OK, let's say they will break up sooner or later… and what is the conclusion?
    Sooner or later I will go bald (if I live to see it, of course)…. and what should I do about it? Don't get a haircut? Don't wash your hair? Or do you want to get a haircut and wash your hair? 😉
    Of course, the issue of relationships is much more complex and multifaceted… but the point of view “we will break up anyway” is just as primitive and by and large does not make sense.
    Everything will stop sometime, but there is no sane conclusion from this” wisdom ” at all.

    And people meet because they are better off with each other than apart.

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