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Boundaries and Ethics in a Counseling Relationship - Discuss the relevance of boundaries and ethics in the therapeutic relationship. Ethics in the counselling and psychotherapy protects the client and the therapist involved in the therapeutic relationship and the therapeutic process as a whole; with the concepts that act as a guide for the therapists in provision of good practice and care for the client. The framework is built on values of counselling and psychotherapy; principles of trustworthiness, autonomy, fidelity, justice, beneficence, non-maleficence and self-respect, and provides standards of good practice and care for the practitioner (BACP, 2010)....   [tags: Therapeutic Relationship] 2216 words
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Analysis of a Relationship - Fairy tales tell us that once upon a time a girl met a boy; they fell in love, and lived happily ever after. Reality is not that simple. Long-term relationships force couples to get to know each other, involve themselves in each others’ worlds, fight through the hard times, and eventually develop deeper connections as noted through distinctive stages of Knapp’s relationship model. Although I have dated the same person for over two years, our communication through relationship stages makes it seem as though I am now dating a different person than the one I met years ago....   [tags: Relationship Analysis Essays] 1299 words
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What is Customer Relationship Management - Customer managers apply different perspectives to their work with strategic customers. Relationship marketing is a tool that is used to sustain the loyalty between customer and organization by developing a level of “trust.” One characteristic of “loyalty programs” aims at creating strong lasting relationships while developing a commitment to their company. 2. Describe in detail the 4 buying influences and their characteristics in B2B marketing B2B buying influences consist of supplier Web sites, infomediaries, market makers, and customer communities (Keller, 2012, p....   [tags: loyalty programs, relationship marketing]
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Relationship Between Children and Television - A girl enters a room to see her mother sitting on a chair by the window. She was very deliberately waiting/ Perhaps for my father to com home/ from his night job or maybe for a dream/that had promised to come by/ “come here” she said “i’ll teach you a poem: I see the moon and the moon sees me god bless the moon and god bless me” I taught it to my son who recited it to her. (Giovanni 435) As the years progress and technology advances, encounters like the previous one becoming more and more scarce....   [tags: physical and digital relationship]
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Effects of a Long-Distance Relationship - ... We would schedule dates where we would watch the same movie together, or go for long walks while talking on the phone, or even make dinner, dress up, and eat together while face chatting on Skype. Later on life just started getting in the way. He was busy working and I was busy in college. Slowly the Skype calls stopped coming in and late night conversations ceased to exist. I was lucky if I even got one straight texting conversation through. Gradually, it started becoming normal to not talk as much, and then that resulted in us not really having much to talk about....   [tags: why my relationship failed, personal account] 584 words
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Relationship Marketing Approach - ... Mass marking method are not as affective for all marketing situations. Services are unique they can be complex and require specialisation of specific skills. Services need to target individuals that meet the profile of the service that are good fit with the organisational goals and objectives. Mass market advertising approaches such as television advertising does not reach audiences like it used too due to consumers been bombarded with huge amounts of marketing material. Arrange of factor such as internet, on demand movies, working hours, mobile technology, and social media are some of the factors that cause marketers to rethink how marketers should market to effectively target consumers...   [tags: Traditional Marketing, Relationship Marketing]
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How to Have a Better Relationship with Coworkers - After yesterday’s class, I have thought a lot about my attachment style, and how I relate to others in a professional setting. I think, that for a very long I have removed myself from having relationship with people I work with. Not to say that I haven’t been available, but I definitely have had my guard up. I do not trust people, and although I am openly out as a gay woman, I am consistently questioning the way people relate to me based on my sexual orientation. I know that it may sound very paranoid, but as a supervisor, I think that people have undermined my place based on my sexual orientation....   [tags: healthy relationship, sexual orientation, gay]
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Cultural Considerations in Building a Counseling Relationship - Cultural Considerations in Building a Counseling Relationship Counseling is a process in which a counselor and client must build a good rapport and relationship in order to be successful in reaching the goal at hand. There are several stages of counseling which must be considered when counselors intend to build a relationship with their client, each stage being equally important in leading to the next stage. The stages of counseling include: establishing the working relationship, assessing or defining the presenting problem, identifying and setting goals, choosing and initiating interventions and planning and introducing termination and follow-up (Hackney & Comier, 2013)....   [tags: Counseling Process, Counselor Client Relationship]
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Control, Fear, and Intimidation in a Relationship Equates to Domestic Violence - ... .that do not involve the use of physical force" (Shepard & Campbell, 1992, p. 291); the "direct infliction of mental harm" and "threats or limits to the victim's well-being" (Gondolf, 1987), and ". . . an ongoing process in which one individual systematically diminishes and destroys the inner self of another. Sexual abuse is the act of forcing someone to participate in forceful, unwanted sexual activity. It could be in the form of intercourse, anal or oral sex, or penetration with an object....   [tags: relationship, abuse, victim] 1223 words
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Therapeutic Relationship - 1a. Explain your understanding of a "therapeutic relationship" with a client. A therapeutic relationship with a client is a well planned and goal oriented connection between the clinician and the client in order to meet the therapeutic needs. The clinician would develop and maintain mutually beneficial association with the client and his family. He always believes the client as a person of goodness, dignity and strength. 1b. what are the benefits of a therapeutic relationship. Encourages Positive Interaction Encouraging a patient to express himself allows you to get more information of the client's emotional tendencies and helps determine the most beneficial treatment approach....   [tags: Therapeutic Relationship Essays] 1402 words
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Is Customer Relationship Management Vital for the Growth of a Company ? - The definition we make for ourselves of Customer Relationship Management is subjective to one another ; but in simple terms, it is a means of collecting information about your contacts in a structured system that allows the information to be shared and used by different people and departments within an organisation. It is, therefore, difficult to find a descent and formal definition that encompasses every sorts of CRM. In some manner, if we take a close look at its role in a business company, we can find a concrete definition that will help us answer our question....   [tags: customer relationship, crm, business strategy]
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Relationship Between Men and Women: Jane Eyre and The Handmaid's Tale - Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre entails a social criticism of the oppressive social ideas and practices of nineteenth-century Victorian society. The presentation of male and female relationships emphases men’s domination and perceived superiority over women. Jane Eyre is a reflection of Brontë’s own observation on gender roles of the Victorian era, from the vantage point of her position as governess much like Jane’s. Margaret Atwood’s novel was written during a period of conservative revival in the West partly fueled by a strong, well-organized movement of religious conservatives who criticized ‘the excesses of the sexual revolution.’ Where Brontë’s Jane Eyre is a clear depiction of the subjug...   [tags: relationship, women, gender]
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Two sides on the same coin: Relationship between constraints and creativity - Two sides on the same coin: Relationship between constraints and creativity Constraints can influence on creativity both negatively and positively. Constraints generally undermine creativity by inhibiting uniqueness and intrinsic motivation to a large extent. In a sense, the best way to improve and develop creativity is to identify and eliminate all constraints. Yet this is not always the case in most of creativity works. That is to say, constraints also have a positive impact on creativity under certain circumstances....   [tags: relationship constrains and creativity]
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Repairing A Relationship - There are many different kinds of relationships, and all of them require a commitment and an understanding between people. There are ties of friendship, relationships with family, those that we have with co-workers, and there are relationships in which two people are romantically involved. Regardless of the type of relationship, the desires are the same, to have perfect harmony between all connected. However, since we are human, a perfect relationship usually does not exist. When relationships are broken, or venture upon rocky seas, there comes a time when a person must decide if the union is important enough to work on mending the relationship....   [tags: Relationships] 574 words
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Analysis of The Most Comon Rewards De La Salle Lipa Accountancy Students Expect from a Relationship - Life exists together with relationship and relationship exists together with rewards and threats. Rewards are the things one can get from a relationship that can be considered beneficial. According to Laurenceau and Kleinman (2006), intimacy and connection is one of the most profound rewards in relating to others. However, the perception of the opportunity of intimacy and connection is still statistically independent of. Furthermore, rewards in a romantic relationship are different from any rewards because there is a deeper meaning behind and the intensity of love is undeniably boundless....   [tags: intimacy, romantic relationship, sex]
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How To End a Relationship - Now and again when a couple first gets together and their eyes first meet, there’s a weakness in the knees, and the words that are usually free flowing suddenly come to a halt and all there is to do is just stare and feel as if you knew the person you’re gazing at for their entire life. The couple will laugh, they’ll hold hands, hours upon hours will be spent on the phone, text messages will be sent that documents their every reaction and feelings, and the couple will appear inseparable. They’ll be in love and everything will appear extravagant but in my experience this “puppy love” phase is a mirage that distracts the couple from the ugly truth, the truth of who they actually are inside....   [tags: Relationships] 1829 words
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Lennie and George Relationship in Steinbeck's Novel - In this chapter of the novel, Steinbeck uses a lot of visual elements, strong dialect, symbolism, tone and theme. Much of these elements are shown right from the beginning of the chapter when the two men, Lennie and George arrive at the bunk house. Right from the first sentence, the tone and imagery is already set off by introducing the “walls [being] whitewashed and the floor unpainted.(p17)” In addition, he also introduces the bunks, also re-enforcing the tone since the bunks are described as “…burlap sack of straw that was a mattress.(p18)” At this point, George is realizing that not only does he have challenges by dealing with George, but he also has to live in this environ...   [tags: relationship, steinbeck,] 623 words
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Children and Family Relationship Bill 2013: Parental Uncertainty in Cases of Guardianship, Custody and Access - [1.1] Introduction In certain scenarios, where the law in Ireland fails to explicitly outline the rights of the parent, the judicial adjudication in relation to guardianship, custody and access is fundamental to ensuring that the well-being of the child remains secure. Although there is some sense of legal certainty in respect of married parents and their children, this is not consistent with the situation that non-marital parents sometimes face due to the outdated legislation of the Guardianship of Infants Act 1964(1964 Act) as amended....   [tags: Children and Family Relationship Bill 2013]
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Relationship Skills - A relationship is what we choose to have with a family member, friend, significant other, and/or a person that we just have met. You should know that there should be a strong connection or bond for the relationship to grow in many levels. Relationships tend to vary from impersonal to personal. A description of an impersonal relationship is someone who does not care and explicit a lack of concern to anyone they are communicating with. In personal relationships, people do care about each other and share their thoughts and feelings....   [tags: Relationships] 1295 words
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The Relationship Between Macbeth and the Other Characters - Duncan is the most unlikely character to be killed because of his personality, but his title as King of Scotland, causes for Macbeth to loathe Duncan. In the play there is very little interaction between Macbeth and Duncan, showing the little time in which Macbeth gets more power. Prior to the witches’ prophecies Macbeth is loyal to Duncan, and would never imagine killing him. After the one of the witches’ prophecies comes to be true, the thought of killing Duncan, Macbeth "yield[s] to that suggestion / whose horrid image doth unfix my hair / and make my seated heart knock at my ribs" (1.3.146-148)....   [tags: Relationships in Macbeth]
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Long Distance Relationships in College - “Long-distance relationships in college.” Does that sound frightening, or does it sound like a poorly stated joke. Many people believe that long distance relationships are the sole thing that you do not get yourself into when going off to college. You choose your university, you choose your sorority or fraternity, you choose your classes, and you chose your major, but whatever you do you should never choose to be in a long-distance relationship when pursuing higher education. For many newly dubbed “adults,” college life entails a world full of partying, studying, hooking up, and experimenting (whatever that may entail)....   [tags: couples, college life, relationship]
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Adult Attachment Theory in a Romantic Relationship - Humans are innately born to interact with others to understand the different views of perspective, and learn the cooperation and engagement through developing interpersonal relationship with others. Interpersonal relationship is an association which is formed in two or more people based on love, support, or even business commitment. Different types of relationships can form between family, friend and in romance. Development of Human interpersonal relationship begins with the attachment that is formed during in infancy....   [tags: development of humpan interpersonal relationships]
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A Look Into the Impact of Facebook on Modern Relationships - Whichever category you fall under and select will grant you a different reaction from your Facebook friends and prompt new conversations. Facebook has become a major part of today’s society and has changed modern customs, like initiating and interpreting relationships. This technological innovation has redefined what it means to be in a relationship, as shown by the new importance of being Facebook official and displaying one of these relationship statuses. It allows people to put their love lives out in the public eye for any of their friends and acquaintances to see....   [tags: relationship, distrust, communitcation, happiness]
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Aspects of Proper Customer Relationship Management - Customers are the center of the importance of quality. Attracting and satisfying customers with a product and providing them with the services they want is the key of being successful with a product or service. Organizations should consider their customers at all levels of developing their product and use customer satisfaction as the main influence in the quality of their product. In class our definition of quality is “meeting the customer’s needs and expectations.” If an organization product dissatisfies its customers then the organization will not be able to be successful....   [tags: customer relationships, customer satisfaction]
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Boundaries Violation Dual Relationships - ... A. 11.a, p. 3). Therefore, an effective termination process secures a trust in the overall treatment process, while minimizing the return of symptoms or feeling or exploration. Termination is a key phase of every client’s treatment, and the therapists should help the client plan for it, prepare for it, and process it during this process Howard should not make the client feel abandoned. In conclusion, I would recommend Howard to use critical thinking and refer his client to a CBT therapist. A CBT therapist could work on the behavior that is causing the emotional issues....   [tags: therapist-client relationship, psychology]
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United States Relationships in South East Asia - ... Japan is one of the largest donors of developmental aid to Indonesia; in 2005 Japan’s aid to Indonesia nearly topped $1.2 billion dollars (Japan International Cooperation Agency, 2005). This alludes to Indonesia’s raising status among traditional regional power players. Rich with natural resources like petroleum, natural gas, tin, copper, gold, and silver, Indonesia has not escaped the notice of China. Days after British Prime Minister Abbott’s visit, Chinese President Xi Jinping made a similar visit Jakarta....   [tags: key, resources, leader, relationship] 1387 words
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Death of a Salesman: The Relationships Father and Son - Willy Loman has the ups and downs of someone suffering from bipolar disorder: one minute he is happy and proud- the next he is angry and swearing at his sons. Their relationships are obviously not easy ones. Willy always has the deeper devotion, adoration, and near-hero worship for his son Biff; the boy, likewise, has a great love for his father. Each brags on the other incessantly, thereby ignoring the other son- Happy- who constantly tries to brag on himself in order to make up the lack of anyone to do it for him....   [tags: Arthur Miller, Willy Loman, relationship] 895 words
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The Effect of Increasing Technology on Real Relationships - A big problem in today’s society is the lack of intimate, face-to-face relationships. By this, I mean relationships that aren’t maintained the majority of the time behind the screen of a phone or tablet. Genuine conversations that aren’t happening through text messages tend to get awkward fast, and end even faster nowadays. This is a depressing truth. As texting has become more prevalent, interpersonal communication has plummeted—leaving a broken and damaged social economy in need of repair. Texting does have it upsides, however....   [tags: face-to-face relationship, phone, tablet]
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The Relationship of the Macbeths - “…had he not believed fear to be the most evil and life-draining of all emotions…” (Spurgeon 156) One can even say it is present in the absence of love. It is overtly prominent in the play Macbeth. Because of fear the personalities of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth changed. The relationship that they shared was destroyed by the fear that consumed them. They once loved and trusted each other, but they became paranoid leading them in different directions. This behavior eventually led to their destruction....   [tags: Shakespeare]
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Changing Relationship in Elie Wiesel’s Book Night - ... He was dependent on him as evident during the initial selection when he states that “My hand tightened its grip on my father. All I could think of was not to lose him. Not to remain alone” (Wiesel 30). His father serves as his salvation and encouragement to live and to keep going when Elie’s was on desperate moment. Thus, when they were going to choose a Kommando, he pleaded with the aid that he wants to stay with his father (Wiesel 48). During the following days in the camp, Elie’s relationship with his father became coequal....   [tags: family relationships, interaction]
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The Changing Relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth - The relationship among Macbeth and Lady Macbeth alters throughout the play Macbeth as they both in turn take on the role of the more dominant character. Their attitude to each other constantly changes throughout the play, although events in the play certainly draw Macbeth and Lady Macbeth apart their love for one another is evident throughout the play. Macbeth shows his love by saying a few compassionate words in his letter to Lady Macbeth about the meeting with the three weird sisters. Lady Macbeth shows that she cares for him by planning the murder of King Duncan so Macbeth can become king....   [tags: Macbeth, shakespeare, relationships,] 779 words
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Vision of Man-Woman Relationship in The Hungry Tide - Literature is the analytical, critical, emotional and psychological expression of human life which is nothing but a bouquet of multi-coloured relationships like filial relationship, conjugal relationship and sibling relationship. Though all the relationships are important part of life yet man-woman relationship is considered the most pervading human relationship. Emphasizing the importance and value of the man-woman relationship, D.H. Lawrence, a great English novelist, points out in ‘Morality and the Novel’, “The great relationship for humanity will always be the relation between man and woman....   [tags: Amitav Ghosh, human relationships, women]
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Types of Relationships in Friel´s Dancing at Lughnasa - The play “Dancing at Lughnasa” written by Brain Friel is full of different types of relationships which I will explore in my essay. The typical and traditional example of relationships between women and man in this play is portrayed through Chris and Gerry. The dynamics of their relationship infrequently changes with time. Although they are bound together by their son Michael, they don’t live together and aren’t married. Gerry visits are irregular and unexpected; usually whenever he takes it into his head....   [tags: Brain Friels, play, relationship, music] 1147 words
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The Relationship between the Colonel and Sabas in "No One Writes to the Colonel" - Our first encounter with Sabas is at the funeral of the musician that had died a natural death which was not common in that area. At this point there is no sign of Sabas’ wealth or his impertinence. In this section of the novel we are told that Sabas is the Godfather of the colonel’s son who is no more. “It was Sabas, the godfather of his dead son, the only leader of his party who had escaped political persecution and had continued to live in the town” [p.7]. In quote, Gabriel gives us some background information on Sabas’ professional life and states that he is a failed politician....   [tags: No One Writes to the Colonel, relationships, chara] 598 words
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Changes in Frank and Rita's Relationship - Changes in Frank and Rita's Relationship Referring closely to Scenes 6 & 7 in Act 2, discuss the changes seen in Frank and Rita's relationship. In this essay I will be referring closely to Scenes 6 & 7 in Act 2. I will be discussing the changes in Frank’s and Rita’s relationship, and comparing their relationship “now” as to what it used to be in the beginning of the play. Rita & Frank are the two main or, only characters in the play. This is a powerful and smart way to let the audience or reader to get to know our two characters, their feelings, emotions and thoughts....   [tags: Educating Rita Relationships Plays Essays] 792 words
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The Professional Relationship - Questions about professional ethics get stirred up when dual relationships or professional and client boundaries are violated. The American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics committee revealed 40 to 50% of complaints filed originate from concerns with dual relationships (Meyer, 2005). License held by psychological professionals are revoked when the professional disregards the rights of the clients. The leading cause of professional termination is because of dual relationships between the professional and their client (Meyer, 2005)....   [tags: Psychology]
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Frank and Rita's Relationship - Frank and Rita's Relationship At the start of the play, Frank and Rita can be seen as opposites; Frank is a middle aged academic, whilst Rita is a young, female hairdresser. Any friendship between the two seems unlikely, but they quickly warm to one another as first appearances show. They are both involved in unsatisfactory relationships, and they both want more from life than it seems to offer. The main difference between the characters are that, whereas Rita has recognised her unhappiness and is determined to change it through becoming educated, Frank is more negative and prefers to drown his sorrows in alcohol....   [tags: Educating Rita Relationships Essays] 1472 words
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Nora’s Relationship with Torvald - Nora’s Relationship with Torvald The drastic change in Nora’s relationship with Torvald that occurs during the course of the play is made quite evident by what she says and the way she delivers her speech. At the beginning of the play Nora seems completely happy with her doll-like relationship with Torvald. She responds affectionately to Torvald’s teasing and plays along with him – “if you only knew what expenses we skylarks and squirrels have, Torvald”. She is quite happy to be Torvald’s “little featherbrain”....   [tags: A Doll's House Relationships Essays] 1091 words
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A Therapeutic Relationship - A therapeutic relationship is a key component in the nursing profession. Without therapeutic relationships, the best possible care can never be provided. The foundation in which trust is built upon is created from the nurse’s ability to truly listen and respond appropriately. Listening creates the base in developing a strong, trusting relationship. Sometimes it is simply hearing what a patient says that makes all the difference, empowering them to open up and become more comfortable with the nurse (Hawkins-Walsh, 2000)....   [tags: Health, Nursing] 573 words
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A Therapeutic Relationship - A therapeutic relationship is an essential component of any successful health care intervention and this holds no more truth than in the relationship between nurse and patient. As registered nurses we are not trained counsellors, however we do have an understanding of basic counselling skills and how they are applied at a ward level and as such it is more important as a registered nurse to establish a proactive therapeutic relationship with a patient than it is to use an appropriate counselling approach....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Rocky Relationship - In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nick Carraway shares a very strange relationship with Jordan Baker during the summer of 1922. Nick, the narrator of the novel, starts to have feelings towards Jordan, his cousin’s longtime friend. The two first meet in the East Egg when Nick visits his cousin, Daisy, and her husband, Tom Buchanan, who Nick was associated with in college. Jordan was sitting on the couch and seemed to ignore Nick’s entrance. The relationship between the two starts off awkward, and seems to stay on that path throughout the novel....   [tags: Character Analysis] 564 words
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A Successful Relationship - The relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Watson is crucial to the success of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Detective stories; however, there are many more factors, which make the stories so successful such as problems presented in the case and factors affecting tension. Their relationship, though, is a key point to the timelessness and popularity of the stories. A successful relationship and the success of a detective story depend on many things, such as: intelligence, authority, and respect for one another as men....   [tags: Classic Literature] 880 words
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The Therapeutic Relationship - In the assigned chapter, Bohart and Tallman (2010) discussed clients and their effect on therapy. They argued that client and extratherapeutic influences are the single most important factor in determining therapy outcome. In fact, up to 87% of the variance in therapeutic outcome is attributable to the client, factors that occur outside therapy, and unexplained variance (Bohart & Tallman, 2010, p. 84). Bohart and Tallman further argued that approximately 40% of variance can be ascribed to client factors while only 13% can be accounted for by treatment (e.g., the therapeutic relationship, interventions, therapist, model of therapy)....   [tags: Psychology]
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Study Regarding Relationship Attachment Based on Childhood Parental Attachment - Evaluating Attachment Styles in Romantic Relationships Affected by Childhood Experiences Attachment has been traditionally thought of as a pattern of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are resulted from the ability of a caregiver to meet an infants’ need for closeness (Myrick, Green, & Crenshaw, 2014). In reality attachment style stays with a child up until adulthood because they sustain relationships with their parents and also develop new ones with friends and romantic partners to have emotional and intimate support (Black & Schutte, 2006)....   [tags: Childhood, Parents, Relationships]
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Elements of Relationship in D.H. Lawrence's Works - After spending a semester experiencing and analyzing the work of D.H. Lawrence, it has become obvious that he had several messages to convey to his audience. Through his characters, Lawrence commented on the condition of England, on social issues, and also on relationships. In his novels Sons and Lovers, Women in Love, and Lady Chatterley's Lover, Lawrence reveals three important aspects of relationships, and shows his audience the devastating results when one or more of those aspects are missing....   [tags: D.H. Lawrence Relationships essays] 2003 words
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How Miller Presents the Relationship of John and Elizabeth Proctor in ‘The Crucible’ - In the Crucible by Arthur Miller, the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor is not very clear as they both have a very tempestuous relationship in the first act with each other during the play. Therefore it is very difficult to assess what relationship that they had with each other before. Miller wrote the play to compare what was happening in the 1950’s at that time with what had occurred in the Salem witch hunts. Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ was written so that people at the time could relate what had happened in Salem with the McCarthyism happening at that time....   [tags: Relationships, Crucible, Arthur Miller, ] 2531 words
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Conflicts In Romantic Relationships - As long as people have gotten romantically involved with one another, there has been conflict within those relationships. Some people argue that conflict is bad for the relationship and will ultimately lead to the demise of that relationship. Others argue that the conflict is good for the relationship and will help it to flourish. Conflict can be both positive and negative for a relationship. It can both help and hinder the relationship. No matter what stage the relationship is in and whether or not the relationship is being helped or hurt, conflict is always happening in different contexts....   [tags: Relationship Love Dating Essays] 2743 words
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Communication Problems in Relationships - Communication One of the major problems that affect couples is communication. It is hard to listen to the other person when you think you are right. Couples seen to blame, criticize, and give the silent treatment among other things. There are struggles over power and lots of conflict. With so many things to fight about it’s good to be able to know how to fight in a way that’s healthy. Some of the things couples may fight about are gender roles, fidelity, sex, money, and power. With so many women working there is a conflict of who does everything at home and since they both have incomes then there is a struggle of who makes financial decisions....   [tags: Couples Relationship Marriage] 425 words
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Violence Against Women In Intimate Relationships - Violence Against Women in Intimate Relationships      Domestic violence is a conscious behavior in which acts of violence and aggression are carried out by one person in a relationship to dominate the other. This violence consists of deliberate verbal, sexual, emotional, psychological, and physical abuse, along with social and economic deprivation. Statistics and studies show victims of domestic violence are mostly women and their children, but men are victims as well. Friends, spouses, boyfriends, girlfriends, and even family members are capable of demonstrating domestic violence....   [tags: Domestic Abuse Relationship Essays]
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Foreshadowing the Breakdown of Catherine and Eddie's Relationship - Foreshadowing the Breakdown of Catherine and Eddie's Relationship Arthur Miller’s fascinating tale “A view from the Bridge” was actually based on a true story. He was researching on Pete Panto, a longshoreman, who was executed for attempting to revolt against his union. He came across another tale, about a man who had told the immigration bureau about his relatives. This longshoreman was trying to prevent his niece from marrying one of the brothers. The man soon disappeared and was rumoured to be killed by one of his brothers....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Relationships Essays] 1902 words
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Cases of Infidelity in a Relationship - ... Sexual passion was the common motive for an affair equally for men and women. Single women described their married lovers as more mature, competent, kind and well-informed than single men of their own age, while single men explains married women to be better lovers but rarely as ideal companion (Farrer and Zhongzin, 2003). The study by R.C. Fair entitled “A Theory of Extramarital Affairs” highlights an interesting ending. By working out data from extramarital statistics and relating them to a theory of political economy, Fair finds that an individual’s non-labour income is one of the crucial determinants of time spent in an extramarital affair....   [tags: sexual, extramarital affairs, divorce] 1268 words
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How to Resolve Anger in a Relationship - ... Here are a few tips on how to manage anger (and win your partner back): Find the reasons behind the anger What could have made you or your partner explode over dinner. Could it be something about one of you have said. Maybe one of you could be stressed out, deprived of sleep, having a tough day at work or going through some legal or financial problems. Maybe one of you could have been treated unfairly by the other or that one is insecure Whatever could be setting the anger is topic for discussion......   [tags: abuse, cooperate, listen] 566 words
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Relationship of Buddhism with the Tang Government - Relationship of Buddhism with the Tang Government Since the introduction of Buddhism into China, it was not well received by the population as its foreign beliefs clashed with pre-existent principals of Confucianism and Taoism. On top of that, it was alienated by the Confucianism-based government in the late Han Dynasty. All in all, Buddhism was not a common nor a popular religion throughout China at first. Nevertheless, this all changed after the rise of the Tang Dynasty. There is no doubt that Buddhism and the Tang administration under Wu’s reign formed a critical symbiotic relationship with one another....   [tags: China] 1239 words
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The Relationship Between Student and Teacher - The relationship between student and teacher refers to an ancient and deeply respected bond. Children spend the daylight hours engrossed in education lasting typically 9 months of the year. As members of a collegiate institution, we experience every aspect of the student-teacher relationship (STR). We understand the difference between a professor that captivates us, leaving the ticking clock behind and instead drawing us in until we stare into the subject matter with intense passion and one whose lifeless lectures cause our eyelids to fall....   [tags: Education, philosophy of education]
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Creating a Positive Relationship With The Board - Kiel & Nicholson (2003 p129) state “a positive relationship between the board and the CEO is essential to the health of the company”. The Executive Officer is “an expert in providing infrastructure for the artistic process” (Klein 1999 p13), in place to drive the Board by progressing decisions and using them as back up to cross-examine proposals. However, Fishel (2003 p7) describes the nature of a CEO’s relationship with its board to be more subtle in the non-profit organisation, than in the commercial sectors....   [tags: Business Management]
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