Theories of choosing a life partner

Theories of choosing a life partner

The rise of the Ummah and its ascendancy requires cohesive families that are the first and political building blocks for the building of the Muslim community and to provide these families with successful individuals and sons who carry the noble manners and the uncompromising spirit of the free decade and diseases. Building a successful and great marriage institution requires a great deal of understanding and wisdom in choosing a life partner. The engagement period is of great importance and is a period of intimate acquaintance on the other, but within the limits of God Almighty, without any separation or violation of God's forbidden.

Dear young men and women who are coming to get married We know that choosing the right partner is not easy or easy, as you need a great deal of understanding, wisdom, intelligence, and consultation. So we offer some theories about choosing a suitable partner or partner.
The five most famous theories on which to choose a life partner:
1. Integration theory.
That is, when a man chooses or chooses the girl's future partner on the basis of completing the Maynskha qualities, for example, if the woman is not educated to marry a man educated, for example if a woman from a poor social class can marry a rich man to supplement this deficiency and vice versa The method is called integration, ie both partners complement each other.
2. Theory of equivalence or similarity.
When a young man or girl chooses a life partner on the basis that he or she is comparable to a scientific, religious or even social level, this method is the most common, as it is adopted by many young men and women.
3. Psychoanalytic theories.
In psychoanalytic theory, we mean that a young man can marry a girl, for example he resembles his mother in form or in other aspects. This also happens in a girl if it is possible to marry a young man because she resembles her father. For example, if her father is a doctor, she may want to be her future husband.
4. The theory of spatial proximity.
That is, when a young woman or young man chooses their future partner on the basis that, for example, she is her neighbor or co-worker or even the example of the marriage of relatives from one another where the young man marries his cousin and so on ...
5. The theory of physical gravity.
And most marriages are carried out through this theory as there are almost 80% of the marriages are done because the young man, for example, impressed the shape of the girl and appearance and also can choose the young girl because its shape beautiful and liked.
Dear Readers These are the most common marriage theories and can choose a life partner with more than one theory. In conclusion, we have to confirm the fundamental role of the institution of marriage and the period of initial engagement for marriage is an important period before the start of a new phase of life to build a cohesive and happy family.