Social Desires

Social Desires

INTRODUCTION

Social Pyschology

Social Pyschology is about relating the social aspects of society with the meaning of the pyschological concerns of a relative and realistic world. Society is indeed a real part of our world and the negative implications and outcomes are just as real as the positive enjoyments. Indeed we really do have to consider balance when we go out for a good time, as a good time might not be a long time if we are not socialogically resposible and the positive attractions of the pyschological aspects of dealing with people can be nagative derivatives of irresposible behaviuour. I don't want to be a wet blanket, through a spanner in the works of having a good time and enjoying yourself/selves. But to be realistic about health is not really being a party pooper of spoil joy, but just being someone who offers a few wise words on life for social behaviour and responsible drinking and relationship building. Short term relationships are quite common, but remain debtramental to a persons general well being, just like substance abuse which includes alcoholism. Life was indeed meant to be enjoyed, but why through your hard earned cash down the drain and be irresposible. We have to look for the signs and the negative implications of our social behaviours. We have to look for positive ways to enjoy ourselves without health debtramental levels of toxins and find the better, more culturally advanced activities, that offer quality attributes to our character developement. Personalities and there are many wide and various types within the community, are best used and utilized in converstaion and the exchage of cultural values and ideas for show production comments and stage plays with theartre and even the orchestral arrangements or opera. Culturally diverse situations is something we experience more as we get older and we also aquire a more positive and mature ourlook on entertainment. So as we start to look at some of these cultural aspects and the socaial sides of life in what you might call in style vogue living. Let us discuss the details of the implications and advantageous and debtramental attributes of both sides of the equation. Then we will look at some of the more domesticated sides of pyschological atributes and discuss in depth the introcities of bringing up a family and what the implications of that is to mean being socially responsible in community living from a culturally pyschological point of view for the spiritual and faith growth beliefs in a better world and society in how we teach our children and what they need to know to grow up socially responsible. Sit back, read and get ready for some cultural diversification and exploratory expansion on the understanding of social pyschology through explaining its diversities in detail.

Darel R McAllister.

CHAPTER AND POEM TITLE SUMMARY LIST

CHAPTER 1 YOU HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE

1 Humble Beginnings

2 Parents

3 Sisters and Brothers

4 Freinds and Family 

5 After School

6 Sport and Music

7 Learning Life Skills

8 Going Out Late

9 Dating Girls 

10 Finding The Right Partner

CHAPTER 2 SECOND BEGINNINGS

11 Off To Work

12 Home Sweet Home

13 The Job Come First

14 The Wife And Kids

15 Family Relationships

16 Grandparents

17 The Extended Family

18 A Nervous Situation

19 Divorce and Remarriage

20 Adoption and Step Children

CHAPTER 3 LEARN AND STUDY

21 Preschool

22 Kindergarden

23 Infants

24 Primary School

25 Secondry School

26 Diplomas

27 Degrees

28 Masters

29 Doctrates

30 Professorships

CHAPTER 4 PRACTICAL APPLICATION

31 On The Job Training

32 Self Taught

33 Climbing The Ladder

34 Learning To Think

35 Working Unsupervised

36 Different Levels

37 Obtaining a Promotion

38 On Top Of The Heirarchy

39The Peter Principle

40 Retirement

CHAPTER 5 ENJOYING YOUR LIFE

41 Work To Suit Yourself

42 Holidays

43 Relaxation

44 Social Groups

45 That is what Life Is About

46 More Time For You

47 Money To Invest

48 Watch The Kids Grow Up

49 Teach and Instruct

50 Giving and Getting

CHAPTER 6 THE SOCIAL SCENE

51Cultural Values

52 Art Galleries

53 Museums

54 Stage Productions

55 Lecture Theatre

56 Opera and Ballet

57 The Orchestra

58 Eating Out

59 Social Aspects

60 Music and Choirs

CHAPTER 7THE ENTERTAINING MIND

61 Dinner Parties

62 Theatre Restaurants

63 Thinking Intelligently

64 Power Of The Positive

65 Visiting Neighbours

66 Enjoying Freinds

67 Days Outings

68 Social Outcome

69 Desired Affects

70 Understanding Others

CHAPTER 8 THINGS TO DO

71 Lots On The Agenda

72 Bus, Train and Ferry

73 I Have To Take The Car

74 Bush Walks

75 Visiting Others 

76 Different Attractions

77 Camping

78 Cinema

79 Theme Parks

80 Go To The Shows

CHAPTER 9 LETS GO OUT

81 Visiting Different Places

82 Romance and Restaurants

83 Your Favorite Cafe

84 Somewhere New and Exciting

85 Out on The Boat

86 Skiing

87 The Football and Cricket

88 Church

89 Motel Accomodation

90 Resorts

CHAPTER10 SOCIAL STYLE

91 A Personable Person

92 Show Character

93 Each To their Own

94 Love and Distinction

95 Share and Share Alike

96 Twos Company, Threes A Crowd

97 A Dozen In A Group

98 Individual Traits

100 Filling The Aditorium

CHAPTER 11 WHERE TO GO?

101 Night Life

102Music and Bands

103Shows and Entertainment

104A Night At The Opera

105 A Day At The Races

106 A Day At The Beach

107 Whats Up The River

108 Market Stalls

109 Op Shops

110 Fashion Boutiques

CHAPTER 12 ENJOYING LIVING AT HOME

111 The House And Area

112Safe and Secure

113 The Living Room

114 The Dining Room Table

115Watching Television

116 A Book By The Fire

117 The Pets and Pool

118 Kids Are Family

119 The Car In The Garage

120 Working n The Garden

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