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Equally Yoked
WebinarWebinar
- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -
SocPsy222SocPsy222
Disclaimer TermsDisclaimer Terms
• The publisher is presenting psychosocial health
information in an unbiased way. It must...
““Soul Mates”Soul Mates”
• “A couple who encounter
their very first sex
encounter together,
mutually orgasm
simultaneously...
Social Mores:Social Mores:
• …is a sociology term that has evolved -now-
referring to ‘true’ social mores, consisting of:
...
SocialSocial IdentityIdentity && Civil IdentityCivil Identity
“Social Identity”
• A person’s sense of belongingness to a
v...
““Civil Identity”Civil Identity”
• Ethnicity
• Disability
• Mental
• Physical
• Race
• Color
• Age
• Gender
• Political Pa...
An Example of “Equallyoked”An Example of “Equallyoked”
• Ethnicity
• Political Party
• Race
• Color
• Religion
• Age
• Sex...
Philosophy of EquallyokedtarianismPhilosophy of Equallyokedtarianism
Equal Rights
Separate
but
‘Equal’
‘True’ Equality
Thr...
Beliefs: EquallyokedtarianismBeliefs: Equallyokedtarianism
Premise #
1 – ‘Equal’ Rights
– Inherently people --- everywhere...
Online Survey:Online Survey: Social IssuesSocial Issues
• Abortion
– Medical/surgical killing of fertilized eggs/fetuses
b...
HappinessHappiness
• In a survey of couples – both equally yoked and
unequallyoked-happiness ranked up among the
most impo...
ChangeChange
• A field project study of upper division students
on a liberal arts college-campus; inquired into
the degree...
The Equally YokedThe Equally Yoked
CoupleshipCoupleship
WebinarWebinar
SocPsy222SocPsy222
-- TheThe Liberal ArtsLiberal Ar...
Dx: r/t the “Unequally-yoked”
• Impulse control disorders and aggression
– examined cases: challenge to sexually conquer a...
PMAPMA
• The prevalence of a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)
within volunteer dyads (in the home) was the focus
of research...
“…“…by a show of hands…”by a show of hands…”
• In a seminar on successful dyadic relationships
with a rather mixed audienc...
EquallyEqually YokedYoked
SocialSocial
psychologypsychology
- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Huma...
““Presence”Presence”
• In a clinical dyadic study, emotional presence of
equally yoked couples (volunteers) were
compared ...
Unequally-yoked Couples
• Reports of 50-70% without any insight, nor
personal experience, nor understanding of
equallyoked...
““Love”Love”
• One study of upper division students on a liberal
arts college-campus; the ‘depth’ of love was
measured of ...
EEQUALLYQUALLY YYOKEDOKED
- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -
SocialSocial
psychologyps...
Is it LoveIs it Love oror Lust?Lust?
• Marriage couples: a record was kept one school
year (any year) of couple’s incident...
A Psychosocial StudyA Psychosocial Study::
Equally Yoked Unequally Yoked
Trusting (hopefulness) Mistrustful of people
Sens...
Therapy: Un/Equallyoked CouplesTherapy: Un/Equallyoked Couples
Coupleships: text assist with daily relationships.
• Educat...
An ‘Equally Yoked’ Dyad
• An ‘equally yoked dyad may very well represent a well
balanced close relationship architecture, ...
Hash tags/meta-tagsHash tags/meta-tags
Key Words: Unequally yoked, Unequallyoked, Unequally-
yoked, equally yoked, egalita...
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The Equally Yoked Coupleship - Soc Psy222

The Equally Yoked Couple - Soc Psy 222 is a presentation for Liberal Arts and Humanities college students - Key Words: Unequally yoked, Unequallyoked, Unequally-yoked, equally yoked, egalitarianistic, true equality, introduction to social psychology, sociology, violation of social mores, social science, deviancy, mating, deviancies, statistics, abnormalacies, sexual perversions, data base, psychopathology, pairing off, sociopathology, Violation of Social Mores, Engagement, biostatistics, Equally-yoked, Equallyoked Couples, Equallyoked, Equallyokedtarian, Equallyokedtarians, Equallyokedtarianism, Coupling up, Pairing-Off, Coupleships, Mate Selection, Dyadic Relationships, Premartial Pairing, Civil Identity, Intimacy and Mating, Pre-engagement, Courting, Courtship, Spouses, Dyads, Dyadic Psychology, Social Mores, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology, Biopsychosociocultural Medicine, Clinical Sociology, Social Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Psychosocial Health, Marriage and Family Therapy, Sociocultural Anthropology, Human Ecology.

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The Equally Yoked Coupleship - Soc Psy222

  1. 1. Equally Yoked WebinarWebinar - The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities - SocPsy222SocPsy222
  2. 2. Disclaimer TermsDisclaimer Terms • The publisher is presenting psychosocial health information in an unbiased way. It must be ascertained that developments in the social psychology, psychiatry, and counseling around the world is ever evolving and in some cases devolving. Actual developments that are based on the social sciences can turn out different owing to circumstances beyond control and knowledge of the best of scientists. Therefore, it is the decision of the researcher or the viewer to come to their own conclusion about reports and findings published in this presentation here. EDITOREDITOR- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -
  3. 3. ““Soul Mates”Soul Mates” • “A couple who encounter their very first sex encounter together, mutually orgasm simultaneously, and their baby is born out of that time are truly “Soul- mates” for life.(a) and,.. • ..if that couple bonds with each other, falls deeply in love,... • ….and is the happiest they have ever been in their entire lives – just being with each other are “Soul- mates”(b) and,… • ..if as a couple they are formally ‘married’ and truly “equallyoked” i.e., of the ‘same’ or ‘very similar’ “civil-identities.”..they are life time “Soul-mates.” (a,b,c), (IBID) - Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology
  4. 4. Social Mores:Social Mores: • …is a sociology term that has evolved -now- referring to ‘true’ social mores, consisting of: • values…i.e., moral values expressed out/socially. • good social conduct – out in public – – proper manners when out and about in society – polite social etiquettes in meetings – Standards/or customs within a neighborhood or public • any social health habits that comprise behaviors that contribute to living a healthy lifestyle and pursuing happiness and longevity (differing amongst different groups).(37) Social Psychology
  5. 5. SocialSocial IdentityIdentity && Civil IdentityCivil Identity “Social Identity” • A person’s sense of belongingness to a variety of important identified social categories/groups such as; • Citizenship: a Nation • Residency: Location of home, etc • Property: OWNERship or co-Ownership in Real estate, e.g., homes, vacation homes, office buildings, land, and may include motor homes, RVs, cars, boats, planes, etc. • Profession: trade, vocation, skill, craft boards or unions, etc • Education: Credentials, degrees, diplomas, certifications, and also documentation of registration and licenses, etc. • Titles: clubs, associations, organizations, etc. • Socio-economic CLASS: Amount of money in bank, in stocks and bonds investments, in bank notes and certificates, tax classification, etc.1,2,3 “Civil Identity” A term first introduced in Social Psychology - describing a collective of features concerning an individual’s present • Ethnicity: Ancestry/Language • Political party: Membership • Race: DNA features • Color: Skin • Religious: Beliefs/Membership • Disability/ Handicap: • Age/ Generation: • Sex/ Gender • Sexual (Pleasure preference) Orientation: • Marital Status:1 - Social Psychology: SocPsy 202
  6. 6. ““Civil Identity”Civil Identity” • Ethnicity • Disability • Mental • Physical • Race • Color • Age • Gender • Political Party • Familiar Status • Marital Status • Religion • Beliefs • Creed • Sexual (Pleasure Preference) Orientation - Components of “CIVIL IDENTITY” (33)
  7. 7. An Example of “Equallyoked”An Example of “Equallyoked” • Ethnicity • Political Party • Race • Color • Religion • Age • Sex (Male) • Marital Status Sexual (pleasure preference) orientation Civil Identity # 1 - Sociology 101: “Civil Identity” • Ethnicity • Political Party • Race • Color • Religion • Age • Sex (Female) • Marital StatusSexual (pleasure preference) orientation Civil Identity # 2 (58)
  8. 8. Philosophy of EquallyokedtarianismPhilosophy of Equallyokedtarianism Equal Rights Separate but ‘Equal’ ‘True’ Equality Three Components Three Premises Used by Permission The Philosophies of Equallyokedtarians, 2001 (58)
  9. 9. Beliefs: EquallyokedtarianismBeliefs: Equallyokedtarianism Premise # 1 – ‘Equal’ Rights – Inherently people --- everywhere --- all people are considered ‘equal’ under and subject to the physical laws, the social laws, and even the spiritual laws. Premise # 2 - Separate and ‘Equal’ – Each person is equal as an unique individual with a distinctly different personal identity and set of beliefs. Premise # 3 - True ‘Equality’ – Each set of pairs-pairing off as a couple – truly equal – according to each individual’s own ‘civil identity’ (20) Three Premises: “The Philosophies of Equallyokedtarians”- 2001
  10. 10. Online Survey:Online Survey: Social IssuesSocial Issues • Abortion – Medical/surgical killing of fertilized eggs/fetuses based on unplanned for/unwanted/unloved baby.(4) • Unequally yoked – Violation of social mores – An indifference to the family ethics in community – matching by civil identity. • Bullying (public school) – World majorities using lies and intimidation to racketlunch money of children and young teenagers. • Disabled US Veterans – Mental and/or physical wounds from war trauma and injuries unable to provide for family and support home - SocPsy444 (7) (IBID) (5,6)
  11. 11. HappinessHappiness • In a survey of couples – both equally yoked and unequallyoked-happiness ranked up among the most important thing in a coupleship values. • The equally yoked couple scored better on periods, level, and kinds of happiness then did other types of coupleships. • Also, noted was that couples who were actually successful at achieving happiness, did so, based upon the selection and choice of their coupleship (whether equally-yoked or unequally-yoked).(8) - SocPsy222
  12. 12. ChangeChange • A field project study of upper division students on a liberal arts college-campus; inquired into the degree of ‘positive’ changed measured of equally yoked couples and those of unequally yoked couples after one semester. • Equally yoked couples and unequally yoked were rated end of the semester according to the amount of ‘positive change’ that had occurred. • The findings were simply that the ‘positive change’ rated significantly higher in the ‘equally yoked’ couples as compared with those in the unequally yoked.(17) - SocPsy555
  13. 13. The Equally YokedThe Equally Yoked CoupleshipCoupleship WebinarWebinar SocPsy222SocPsy222 -- TheThe Liberal ArtsLiberal Arts andand Humanities -Humanities - SocialSocial psychologypsychology
  14. 14. Dx: r/t the “Unequally-yoked” • Impulse control disorders and aggression – examined cases: challenge to sexually conquer a mate. • ADHD (Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity disorder) – situational evidence: incidences of emotional sexual attraction. • Brain injury: Major neurocognitive disorders – school age undiagnosed: coupleships formation. • Anxiety, depressive, and bipolar disorders – adults: college age, & high school graduates pursuing a mate. • Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) – jurispurdence/penal authorities: report of gang related activities. • High risk and self-injury actions – military school/military service: weekend pass/or liberty. - SocPsy666 (35)
  15. 15. PMAPMA • The prevalence of a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) within volunteer dyads (in the home) was the focus of research studies on one college campus. • A mutual diary was place in the home of certain married couples – both/either equally yoked and/or unequally yoked and compiled after 100 days. • The outcome was that more incidences of negative mental attitudes and less positive mental attitudes were recorded by those in unequally yoked dyads. Equally yoked dyads recorded comparatively more PMAs.(24) - SocPsy444
  16. 16. “…“…by a show of hands…”by a show of hands…” • In a seminar on successful dyadic relationships with a rather mixed audience the presenter simply popped the question-asking, “…by a show of hands, how many here are ‘in’ or would like to be ‘in’ an equally yoked coupleship?” • Almost all hands in the audience went up (…that was more than 98% of all in attendance), i.e., responding positively with a raise of hands. • Generally speaking, within the academia community, the equally yoked coupleship has been identified as the preferred one the of choice.(31) - SocPsy222
  17. 17. EquallyEqually YokedYoked SocialSocial psychologypsychology - The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities - totogethergether WebinarWebinar
  18. 18. ““Presence”Presence” • In a clinical dyadic study, emotional presence of equally yoked couples (volunteers) were compared to those unequally yoked. • The degree to which the different couples felt emotionally connected with one another was measured* by calibrated psychometric testing. • Both, ‘online’ and ‘face-to-face’ were included in the research. The findings were surprising to the investigators - the equally yoked couples measured only ‘slightly’ - not significantly - more emotionally present than the unequally yoked. More studies were suggested in the future. (15) - SocPsy333- SocPsy333* self reported
  19. 19. Unequally-yoked Couples • Reports of 50-70% without any insight, nor personal experience, nor understanding of equallyoked coupling/coupleships. • Studies: reported individuals’ reading and math skills at about 3rd-6th grade levels-concerning equallyoked coupling and coupleships. • Recorded: no unusual physical signs and yet seemingly sslower than normal in understanding what comprises an equallyoked coupleship. • Observations: daily practical social skills in relationships and identifying ‘civil identity.’(4) - SocPsy333
  20. 20. ““Love”Love” • One study of upper division students on a liberal arts college-campus; the ‘depth’ of love was measured of equally yoked couples and those of unequally yoked couples all in only platonic relationships (nonsexual unions). • Equally yoked couples and unequally yoked were scored at the end of the semester after all relationships had grown and developed.’ • The results were that the ‘depth of love’ rated highest in the ‘equally yoked’ couples when compared with the unequally yoked.(35) - SocPsy555
  21. 21. EEQUALLYQUALLY YYOKEDOKED - The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities - SocialSocial psychologypsychology
  22. 22. Is it LoveIs it Love oror Lust?Lust? • Marriage couples: a record was kept one school year (any year) of couple’s incidents of ‘lust’ vs ‘love’ and evaluated in order to investigate ‘lust’. • Selected couples in study was based upon whether they were Equally yoked or Unequally yoked. The investigators target was ‘lust’. • Each individual in the coupleship was asked to rate their sexual encounters/or potential incidents either ‘lust’ verses ‘love’ motivated. • Investigators: Equally yoked couples scored less ‘lust’ events at the end of the study. Researchers plan to look into the ‘love’ more.(5,6) - SocPsy555 ---
  23. 23. A Psychosocial StudyA Psychosocial Study:: Equally Yoked Unequally Yoked Trusting (hopefulness) Mistrustful of people Sense of will power Skeptical/doubtful Self motivated Feelings of Inadequacy Sense of competence* An inferiority complex A clear self identity A sense of role confusion Sexual intimacy achieved Sexually isolated/unhappy A sense of busy-ness Workaholism(a) *Also, “Coupleship satisfaction” - The Equally Yoked pair rated the highest level of relationship satisfaction over all. Although both types of coupleships shared in about the same level of ‘practical wisdom.’ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. ScoresScores (53)
  24. 24. Therapy: Un/Equallyoked CouplesTherapy: Un/Equallyoked Couples Coupleships: text assist with daily relationships. • Education: coupleship teaching and training. • Counseling: finding and maintaining suitable gainful employment and career planning. • Readings/video education: r/t interpersonal communication and dyadic relationships. • Group Living: an equallyoked savvy mileau. • 12 Step group support to solve dyadic problems. • Risk assessment: suicide ideation & pre-actions.(26) - SocPsy555- SocPsy555
  25. 25. An ‘Equally Yoked’ Dyad • An ‘equally yoked dyad may very well represent a well balanced close relationship architecture, however, investigators are in search of much more... • Equally yoked couples play a major role in shaping, attitudes, feelings, thoughts, habits and lifestyles. Researchers describe how these close relationships effect one another and just how important are equally yoked coupleships anyway. • Dyadic psychologists study how these interpersonal relationships affect ‘equally yoked’ and ‘unequally yoked’ people alike - looking at sexual attraction, bonding and attachment, love, marriage, and family life. - SocPsy220 (22)
  26. 26. Hash tags/meta-tagsHash tags/meta-tags Key Words: Unequally yoked, Unequallyoked, Unequally- yoked, equally yoked, egalitarianistic, true equality, introduction to social psychology, sociology, social mores, social science, deviancy, mating, deviancies, abnormalacies, sexual perversions, data base, psychopathology, pairing off, sociopathology, Violation of Social Mores, Engagement, biostatistics, Equally-yoked, Equallyoked Couples, Equallyoked, Equallyokedtarian, Equallyokedtarians, Equallyokedtarianism, Coupling up, Pairing-Off, Coupleships, Mate Selection, Dyadic Relationships, Premartial Pairing, Civil Identity, Intimacy and Mating, Pre- engagement, Courting, Courtship, Spouses, Dyads, Dyadic Psychology, Social Mores, Marriage, Family, and Child Psychology, Biopsychosociocultural Medicine, Clinical Sociology, Social Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Psychosocial Health, Marriage and Family Therapy, Sociocultural Anthropology, Human Ecology - The Liberal Arts and Humanities -- The Liberal Arts and Humanities -

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