If one looks at the animal kingdom, animals frequently keep changing partners and they consider it as a normal thing. Man is the only animal required to live in a monogamous relationship and he does a very bad job in mainlining it. These days over 60% of married men and women end up having an extramarital relationship. The result is often bitter and leads to violence, arguments, divorces and even murders. Is monogamy truly possible?

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  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    If one looks at the animal kingdom, animals frequently keep changing partners and they consider it as a normal thing. Man is the only animal required to live in a monogamous relationship and he does a very bad job in mainlining it. These days over 60% of married men and women end up having an extramarital relationship. The result is often bitter and leads to violence, arguments, divorces and even murders. Is monogamy truly possible?

    Monogamy is possible if the couples truly love each other. If they truly care about each other they would not give in to this temptation.

  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    Actually monogamy arises from social customs and not natural instinct. On the other hand, animals go by natural instinct. True love may not necessarily be also ever lasting. You may be truly loving at the moment but nothing can be said about future. Not love- true or false- but social responsibility is main basis for monogamy.

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  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    A man with integrity and principles will never commit adultery
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  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    If one looks at the animal kingdom, animals frequently keep changing partners and they consider it as a normal thing. Man is the only animal required to live in a monogamous relationship and he does a very bad job in mainlining it. These days over 60% of married men and women end up having an extramarital relationship. The result is often bitter and leads to violence, arguments, divorces and even murders. Is monogamy truly possible?


    Man by nature is polygamous.. If some are less polygamous, some are more.

  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    Actually monogamy arises from social customs and not natural instinct. On the other hand, animals go by natural instinct. True love may not necessarily be also ever lasting. You may be truly loving at the moment but nothing can be said about future. Not love- true or false- but social responsibility is main basis for monogamy.


    So, should the concept of monogamy and marriage be dispensed away?

    Mala Jaiswar

  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    If one looks at the animal kingdom, animals frequently keep changing partners and they consider it as a normal thing. Man is the only animal required to live in a monogamous relationship and he does a very bad job in mainlining it. These days over 60% of married men and women end up having an extramarital relationship. The result is often bitter and leads to violence, arguments, divorces and even murders. Is monogamy truly possible?


    Man by nature is polygamous.. If some are less polygamous, some are more.



    So, should the concept of monogamy and marriage be dispensed away?

    Mala Jaiswar

  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    I don't think monogamy exist in today's generation :unsure:

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  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    If one looks at the animal kingdom, animals frequently keep changing partners and they consider it as a normal thing. Man is the only animal required to live in a monogamous relationship and he does a very bad job in mainlining it. These days over 60% of married men and women end up having an extramarital relationship. The result is often bitter and leads to violence, arguments, divorces and even murders. Is monogamy truly possible?


    Man by nature is polygamous.. If some are less polygamous, some are more.



    So, should the concept of monogamy and marriage be dispensed away?


    Not necessarily. But we have to accept the truth, though bitter that light and shade, good and bad are part of our lives and to learn to live with them adjust to them accordingly.
    Discarding bad or good completely is a situation that never exists. Its all in the individual’s hand.

  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    Monogamy is very much possibler and is not really very hard, it depends on a person mostly and surrounding social factors are the ones that also influence. Also it is a myth that all animals are polygamous, there are many species of animals who are monogamous and remain faithful to their partner for life!

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  • Re: Is monogamy truly possible?

    by » 6 years ago


    Actually monogamy arises from social customs and not natural instinct. On the other hand, animals go by natural instinct. True love may not necessarily be also ever lasting. You may be truly loving at the moment but nothing can be said about future. Not love- true or false- but social responsibility is main basis for monogamy.


    So, should the concept of monogamy and marriage be dispensed away?


    I have not given opinion on monogamy and marriage as such. I have simply made an analysis on basis of observation. Monogamy is followed by humans according to social and religious customs and not natural instinct. animals do everything according to natural instinct. Now my opinion about monogamy and marriage. These are desirable for orderly and smmoth functioning of society.

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