Romantic melodrama harm the relationship?
Love / / April 20, 2016
you spend too much time watching television and are a true fan of the romantic soap operas?Then you, like anyone else, are familiar with the feeling of passionate expectation of a happy and complete experience for the fate of the main characters love stories.But ask yourself, what impact has it on love and relationships in real life?
studying this topic decided to engage scientists from Albion College.To conduct the study were interviewed more than 390 fans of melodramas, married at least 19 years, for satisfaction of their love relationships and expectations.It was found that the more people are inspired by love stories on television and empathized with them, the more critical they began to look at their own attitude and your partner.
«I found out that people who believe in the made-up stories and loving relationships, are gradually moving away from its real partner" - explains Dr. Jeremy Osborn, Albion College Fellow.Equally noteworthy is the fact that the more the viewer believes in the film the novel, the more scrupulously he begins to treat her lover, compare it with the heroes of films, to condemn it in enough careful and gentle with regard to himself, noticing it unpleasant and badside of nature, and, finally, to blame the fact that their relationship - a waste of time and effort.There are thoughts that their marriage - it is a heavy burden and beyond is vast, interesting and exciting life that is forever closed.
As a scientist says that the number of scanned melodramas and serials totally irrelevant.Just after viewing one or more fictional love stories a person can begin to dramatically overestimate the concept of "love", "friendship", "family".
In contrast to this statement would be to say that drama with miserable characters and movies about evil, harmful and nasty spouses should reassure us, to please and make content with what we have.However, the best conclusion from the above is - we have to give more attention to our real life, more precisely, a single, remarkable and beloved person, not plunging into the virtual world of fictional ideal relationship.