This material on the impact of vegetarianism on the relationship between a man and a woman is the extract personal experience, analysis of own observations, seasoned with a sauce of philosophy with the addition of theoretical assumptions.
The impact of vegetarianism on the relationship between a man and a woman
For starters, let’s think together about how vegetarianism affects the relationship between a man and a woman? It may still affect themselves vegetarians, people who once made the decision not to eat meat. Moreover, the reasons for this decision can be quite different in each case.
For me, the motives of actions are the most interesting subject of study. Take, for example, vegetarians who stopped eating animals, to get rid of excess weight. Common case, isn’t it? Another decided that health would be healthier not to eat meat, that is quite logical and this view is common among herbivores. The third realized that it is impossible to love animals, and generally living creatures to use them for food. And the fourth realized that the purpose of life is not to achieve something material, but to grow spiritually. For his vegetarianism is a necessary condition for the development of consciousness.
We all know these motives, Continue reading
Lifestyle. The most common causes of friction are disputes on the following issues:
• the choice of friends and partners;
• partying, dance halls, discotheques, bars, etc.;
• the nature of the pastime and idleness;
• coming home and going to bed;
• choice of clothing or hairstyle.
Usually parents complain that teenagers are never home and spend all of their time outside the family. They are trying to strictly regulate the time of your home, and even the distance that they can move away from home.
Responsibility. Almost always parents criticize teenagers but that they did not show enough responsibility. The requirement of this kind concerns the following issues:
• performing chores around the house;
• earning and spending money;
• respect for the personal belongings, clothing, housing;
• use of the telephone;
• work outside the home;
• use of the family property and belongings: furniture, Continue reading