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"My mission is to provide couples with interactive designs that act to resolve the various obstacles of courtship and help themselves preserve and grow as individuals." Through weeks of research on design mappings, questionnaires, statistics, showed and coalesce mostly concerns on the topic of “trust” in terms of a couple in a relationship. The meaning of trust is “a firm believe in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something”. Having trust in a relationship was mainly the issue in the survey, with the question asked, “what do you think a relationship should consist of?” Focusing on the problematic of courtship, total of 35 responses have taken my survey and 74.3% (26/35) of the age group between 21-25 had brought up the issue of trust during courtship. There’s a possibility that my target users are leaning towards a couple that is in a relationship and before marriage.
In my research on books, I found that “trust” could apply into many aspects in a relationship. For example, adultery, how do you really define and measure martial relationship without violating by extramarital sex? That has to do with each individual’s morality. One could consider that adultery is immoral because of promise breaking and the breaking of which is more hurtful than the breaking of other promises in the vow of marriage. And some might not ...