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Social-Life Science

Social-Life Science

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Social-life science deals with social interactions involving neuroscience, psychology, evolution, and social sciences. Social-life science is based on the social-life structural theory, dividing the human social life into the three social lives, consisting of the yin (collective), the yang (individualistic), and the harmonious social lives, which are derived from the feminine, the masculine, and the neutral social lives, respectively. Social-life science explains the principal differences among different human societies, constructs the healthy society, provides psychotherapy for sufferings, sins, and stress-anxiety, and maintains the social-life health of individuals.
The collective social life represents collective wellbeing for the feminine task of upbringing of offspring. The individualistic social life represents individualistic achievement for the masculine task of attracting female mate. The unique human evolution produces the harmonious social life that transcends the collective and the individualistic social life, and represents harmonious cooperation.
The social lives are derived from the neurotransmitters, the brain structure, and the instincts. The social-life structural theory is the combination of the three popular theories, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Big Five, and the Merrill-Reid social style theory. The theory starts with the personality system based on the brain structure and neurotransmitters. Human social lives are derived from the personality system and the instincts. The human social lives come from social-life biological evolution, including ape evolution and hominid evolution.
Social-life science explains the social-life cultural evolution consisting of the Prehistoric Period, the Early Period, and the Modern Period. The prehistoric hunter-gatherer society in the Prehistoric Period was the harmonious society. In the Early Period starting from the Neolithic Revolution, the collective society included Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Confucianism, and the individualistic society included Greek individualism (Greek mythology and science). Later, the harmonious society was formed as the harmonious religions (Christianity, Buddhism, and Daoism). In the Modern Period starting from the Renaissance for the Modern Revolution, the modern mass printing and increased literacy led to communication and understanding among the three branches (collective, individualistic, harmonious) of human society, resulting in the Modern Unified Society, such as America. The healthy society in terms of social life is the Postmodern Unified Three-branch Society where the different social lives work together constructively rather than destructively. The Postmodern Unified Society is constructed through psychology, politics, education, and religion.
The social lives of some Biblical characters and American presidents will be discussed. The social-life psychotherapy for social-life sufferings and sins involves the diagnosis of and the treatment for social-life sufferings and sins. The treatment involves stress-anxiety reduction and the adoption of social-life fitness. Harmonious cooperation corresponds to minimum conflict, resulting in minimum stress-anxiety. Social-life psychotherapy for stress-anxiety on a permanent base is the conversion to the harmonious social life. The conversion to the harmonious religions involves the rebirth into the harmonious society and the harmonious social life. Social-life health requires the exercises of social-life strength, balance, and flexibility.
Social-life science deals with social interactions involving neuroscience, psychology, evolution, and social sciences. Social-life science is based on the social-life structural theory, dividing the human social life into the three social lives, consisting of the yin (collective), the yang (individualistic), and the harmonious social lives, which are derived from the feminine, the masculine, and the neutral social lives, respectively. Social-life science explains the principal differences among different human societies, constructs the healthy society, provides psychotherapy for sufferings, sins, and stress-anxiety, and maintains the social-life health of individuals.
The collective social life represents collective wellbeing for the feminine task of upbringing of offspring. The individualistic social life represents individualistic achievement for the masculine task of attracting female mate. The unique human evolution produces the harmonious social life that transcends the collective and the individualistic social life, and represents harmonious cooperation.
The social lives are derived from the neurotransmitters, the brain structure, and the instincts. The social-life structural theory is the combination of the three popular theories, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Big Five, and the Merrill-Reid social style theory. The theory starts with the personality system based on the brain structure and neurotransmitters. Human social lives are derived from the personality system and the instincts. The human social lives come from social-life biological evolution, including ape evolution and hominid evolution.
Social-life science explains the social-life cultural evolution consisting of the Prehistoric Period, the Early Period, and the Modern Period. The prehistoric hunter-gatherer society in the Prehistoric Period was the harmonious society. In the Early Period starting from the Neolithic Revolution, the collective society included Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Confucianism, and the individualistic society included Greek individualism (Greek mythology and science). Later, the harmonious society was formed as the harmonious religions (Christianity, Buddhism, and Daoism). In the Modern Period starting from the Renaissance for the Modern Revolution, the modern mass printing and increased literacy led to communication and understanding among the three branches (collective, individualistic, harmonious) of human society, resulting in the Modern Unified Society, such as America. The healthy society in terms of social life is the Postmodern Unified Three-branch Society where the different social lives work together constructively rather than destructively. The Postmodern Unified Society is constructed through psychology, politics, education, and religion.
The social lives of some Biblical characters and American presidents will be discussed. The social-life psychotherapy for social-life sufferings and sins involves the diagnosis of and the treatment for social-life sufferings and sins. The treatment involves stress-anxiety reduction and the adoption of social-life fitness. Harmonious cooperation corresponds to minimum conflict, resulting in minimum stress-anxiety. Social-life psychotherapy for stress-anxiety on a permanent base is the conversion to the harmonious social life. The conversion to the harmonious religions involves the rebirth into the harmonious society and the harmonious social life. Social-life health requires the exercises of social-life strength, balance, and flexibility.

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The two different traditional ways of the social-life psychotherapy of social-life
sufferings can be seen in the Old Testament and the New Testament. The first way is
based the theory of punishment. In the Old Testament and in Hinduism, suffering is
defined as the punishment for social-life sin, because human society uses social and
physical suffering to punish sinners. Therefore, the way to liberate from suffering is to
follow the right social way of living away from social-life sin which is mainly from
injustice. The social-life psychotherapy of suffering in the Old Testament relies on God,
while the social-life psychotherapy of suffering in Hinduism relies on reincarnation.
The second way is based on the theory of liberation. In the New Testament,
Buddhism, and Daoism, suffering is defined as the absence of the right way of living. In
the New Testament, the absence is indicated by the control of evil in the world, in
Buddhism, the absence is indicated by the control of greed in the human mind, and in
Daoism, civilization is the source of suffering. The liberations from suffering are
Christian liberation from the evil power, Buddhist liberation from greed, and Daoist
liberation from civilization.

The end result of both traditional ways of social-life psychotherapy for sufferings
is the adoption of social-life fitness. For Judaism and Hinduism, the social-life fitness is
collective wellbeing, while for Christianity, Buddhism, and Daoism, the social-life fitness
is harmonious cooperation. The therapy of physical suffering is the adoption of physical
fitness. In the same way, the social-life psychotherapy of social-life suffering is the
adoption of social-life fitness.

The therapy of physical suffering involves the diagnosis of suffering and the
treatment for physical suffering. The treatment of physical suffering involves the reduction
of physical discomfort and the adoption of physical fitness. Likewise, the social-life
psychotherapy of social-life sufferings involves the diagnosis of social-life sufferings and
the treatment for social-life sufferings. The treatment of social-life sufferings involves the
stress-anxiety reduction and the adoption of social fitness.

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