Why Equallyoked-Motives of Equallyokedtarians - Marriage, Family, and Chld Psychology

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Published on October 27, 2016

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1. Why ‘Equallyoked’?Why ‘Equallyoked’? Some motives of ‘equallyokedtarian’ couplesSome motives of ‘equallyokedtarian’ couples Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

2. Social MotivesSocial Motives • ‘Equallyokedtarian’ couples claim to select mates and marry for a variety of reasons.1 ? ? ? ? ? ? Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

3. Some reasons are - Beliefs:Some reasons are - Beliefs: (1.)…about life,… ..couples living in a complex multicultural society choose equallyoked relationships as the best personal security to provide psychosocial stability and social resilience.1 (2.)…self-image,… ..individuals in an ‘equallyoked’ relationship usually have ‘excellent’ insight into ‘self-image’ thus affecting their ‘good self esteem.’ 2 (3.)…truth,… .. usually have - a clear self-image of ‘who I am’ as a human being not merely a ‘robot’ in a mix of multicultural confusion.3 (4.)…God,… .. ‘equallyoked’ couples honor God – ‘who created me as I am.’3 (5.)…death.. …unequallyoked is a sin,.. by not sinning,.. …having an afterlife.4 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

4. BondingBonding Bonding (identifying and personal attaching): (1.) ...for long term love,… – ..by heartfelt ‘falling in love’ with someone of similar ‘civil identity’- in accordance with ‘social mores’…1 (2.)…romance,… – ..a feeling of loveliness, as an ‘equally yoked’ couple, affirmation of gender identity, and mutually pleasant interactive affection for each other…2 (3.)..sex… – ..phermonal and physically intimate arousal. 3 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

5. MarriageMarriage Marriage: (1.) …family,… – …his and her families ‘accept’ one another in accordance with valuable established ‘social mores’.1 (2.) …children,… – .. An equallyoked couple - planned pregnancy, having a baby together, …or a ‘blended’ family.2 (3.) …financial goals… – ..each of equallyoked individuals have a family with with financial security in an economic community.3 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

6. Self EsteemSelf Esteem Self image and Self esteem: • ..individuals as ‘equally yoked’ couples.. ..with a clear sense of “Self” marry a partner of a ‘like’ (or similar) civil identity.1 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

7. Family IdentityFamily Identity • Family identity: to properly maintain the integrity of the extended family identity.1 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

8. Social MoresSocial Mores • As social mores – • ...a preserved standard in a multicultural society for the sake of community (biopsychosocial) health. 1 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

9. Some “Suggested” SchoolsSome “Suggested” Schools • Liberty U., Lee U., Houghton Coll., Southern Adventist U.,Liberty U., Lee U., Houghton Coll., Southern Adventist U., Johnson U.,Johnson U., California Lutheran U., Northland Coll., Milligan Coll., Coll. of the Ozarks,California Lutheran U., Northland Coll., Milligan Coll., Coll. of the Ozarks, Cedarville U., Anderson U., Samford U., Bryan Coll., Corban U., Hendrix Coll.,Cedarville U., Anderson U., Samford U., Bryan Coll., Corban U., Hendrix Coll., Southwestern U., Centre Coll., Bethel Coll., Central Coll., Eastern U., BelmontSouthwestern U., Centre Coll., Bethel Coll., Central Coll., Eastern U., Belmont U., Luther Coll., Eastern Mennonite U., Southern Methodist U., Macalester Coll.,U., Luther Coll., Eastern Mennonite U., Southern Methodist U., Macalester Coll., Muhlenberg Coll., Gustavus Adolphus Coll., George Fox U., Southeastern U.,Muhlenberg Coll., Gustavus Adolphus Coll., George Fox U., Southeastern U., Emory U., St. Olaf Coll., Hope Coll., Roberts Wesleyan Coll., Concordia U., NE,Emory U., St. Olaf Coll., Hope Coll., Roberts Wesleyan Coll., Concordia U., NE, DePauw U., Whitworth U., Lafayette Coll., Wittenberg U., Taylor U., AbileneDePauw U., Whitworth U., Lafayette Coll., Wittenberg U., Taylor U., Abilene Christian U., Sewanee-U.of the South, Valparaiso U., Texas Christian U., OhioChristian U., Sewanee-U.of the South, Valparaiso U., Texas Christian U., Ohio Wesleyan U., Franklin Coll., Ouachita Baptist U., U. of Mobile, Gordon Coll.,Wesleyan U., Franklin Coll., Ouachita Baptist U., U. of Mobile, Gordon Coll., Covenant Coll., California Baptist U., Millsaps Coll.,, Goshen Coll., AlleghenyCovenant Coll., California Baptist U., Millsaps Coll.,, Goshen Coll., Allegheny Coll., Union U., Westmont Coll., Union U., Westmont Coll., Waynesburg U.,Coll., Union U., Westmont Coll., Union U., Westmont Coll., Waynesburg U., Biola U., Wheaton Coll., Regent U., Presbyterian Coll., Baylor U., DavidsonBiola U., Wheaton Coll., Regent U., Presbyterian Coll., Baylor U., Davidson Coll., Rhodes Coll., Transylvania U., Pepperdine U., Wofford Coll., OklahomaColl., Rhodes Coll., Transylvania U., Pepperdine U., Wofford Coll., Oklahoma Baptist U., Indiana Wesleyan U., Trinity U., Asbury U., Hanover Coll., ChapmanBaptist U., Indiana Wesleyan U., Trinity U., Asbury U., Hanover Coll., Chapman U., Messiah Coll., Nebraska Wesleyan U.,, Illinois Coll., Augustana Coll. – SD,U., Messiah Coll., Nebraska Wesleyan U.,, Illinois Coll., Augustana Coll. – SD, Point Loma Nazarene U., Erskine Coll., Augsburg Coll., Calvin Coll., AzusaPoint Loma Nazarene U., Erskine Coll., Augsburg Coll., Calvin Coll., Azusa Pacific U., Concordia Coll., U. of Evansville, North Central Coll., Vanguard U. ofPacific U., Concordia Coll., U. of Evansville, North Central Coll., Vanguard U. of SoCal, Seattle Pacific U., Oklahoma Christian U., Patrick Henry Coll., AlbionSoCal, Seattle Pacific U., Oklahoma Christian U., Patrick Henry Coll., Albion Coll., LeTourneau U., Oral Roberts U., John Brown U.John Brown U.,Coll., LeTourneau U., Oral Roberts U., John Brown U.John Brown U., Oklahoma City U., Wartburg Coll., Alma Coll., U. of Tulsa, Grove City Coll.,Oklahoma City U., Wartburg Coll., Alma Coll., U. of Tulsa, Grove City Coll., Belhaven U., American U.Belhaven U., American U. Google: <Google: <equallyokedtarianequallyokedtarian> and <> and <equallyokedtarianismequallyokedtarianism>> Liberal ArtsLiberal Arts

10. ““Be ye not unequally yoked…”Be ye not unequally yoked…” II Corinthians 6:14II Corinthians 6:14 Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology

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