Why people are becoming more and more materialistic and dont care of the relationships?
It is believed that the more things we accumulate the better quality of life we are providing for our families and relationships. Material objects can be owned, they do not disagree with us or argue with us, and they will not cheat, break up with you or leave you for a cutie.
by BenWritings 7 years ago
Do you believe infidelity is becoming more and more common and accepted?"I've only cheated once". I have heard that one way too many times. Do you think cheating is overlooked nowadays?
by mathira 7 years ago
Why are women becoming more aggressive nowadays.Women seems to have taken their profession on top of their family lives and they seem to become aggressive in demanding their rights.Whereas women have gone up in financial status, they are lagging behind in making hundred percent out of their...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
arbitrary regarding the nature of questions? They indicate that questions are not to garner discussions or to be poll type questions. However, a hubber can ask any question and THEY decide what type of question IT IS although the intent was NOT to garner discussion or to poll people. ...
by Nspeel 7 years ago
Why do you feel we have become so materialistic?
by navneetjha 5 years ago
Do you think UK and Europe is becoming more socialist given that unions are becoming stronger.During recession I have seen unions becoming more strong given the support they got while industrial strikes. Is Britain and Europe getting communist day by day.
by threekeys 11 months ago
Is society meeting your needs that a real longtime relationship cant today? Is it because technology hasnt enabled you to have the patience to put in the work it takes to become a long term love/friend's team? What do you think will happen to our future population/s if we stay as single units only...
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