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In his prompt the art of loving Erich Fromm a writer in the 1900s educated as a psychoamalyst proposes to all people in search of a relationship that attractiveness affects people who are in search of a relationshipEveryone is obviously in search for a their other half and most of the people are very picky when it comes to relationship searching According to Froom for the man an attractive man-and for the woman an attractive man-are prizes they are after In other words what any man or woman are in search of is attractiveness of course this could only be a stereotype something that is common heard while someone is trying to change their relationship status from single to taken Although many would disagree with Fromms propose Im in complete agreeance with himNot only is attractivenss a must in a relationship but you must meet certain standards according to popularity in the era you are living in For eexample Fromm stated at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of this centure a man had to be agressive and ambitious-today he has to be social and toleran He compares and contrast the twentyeth and nineteenth centuries He claims that the perfect man was to be agressive ambitious something that was popular at the end of the nineenth century Women would kill to get married with a man with those qualities After years past you cant find a woman who would want a man like that but that of course after the popularity changed Its funny how time changes and its crazy what the old demands were people who are in search of a relationship looking for certain standards always end up not having a very good marriage after a while In fact there is said that 50 percent of the marriages right now in america are destroyed for the lack of tolerance to each other The vague 50 percent acknowledges that in one year there
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