Relationship Model Essay

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There is a vast expanse of human relationships possible in the world. Some last and some do not. Some are friendly and some are loving. When you think relationship, you associate it with a bond to someone or something that you would go through thick and thin with to keep that bond, such as a best friend or a romantic partner. I did not know it in the beginning but I was lucky enough to have my best friend and partner in the same person. I met Leah at a Basketball tournament I was attending on Christmas break during my first year of college at Oklahoma State University. As time went on our relationship progressed having our good times followed by our bad times like many couples do. We are both to very stubborn people which I believe to have…show more content…
The two stages are contact and involvement. Meeting Leah for the first time was like I had already known so much about her. The first conversation showed so much about her. Her smell invited you in while her smile kept you there. The first contact with her broke down everything about her in my eyes and helped pick out key points I liked at first impression. We were complete strangers that only had friends in common. The night we met was because of those friends. I did not know anything about Leah but that did not stop me from wanting to find out more about…show more content…
I am one to be attracted to someone for whom they are first and follow with physical appearance. I already had an attraction for her even though our friendship had just started. Since I had an attraction for her solely from our similarities and her personality, the physical attraction was soon to arise and become important. Of course I always thought Leah was pretty, I just never worried about looks in the beginning. Yet since I had learned so much about her, it was time for my physical attractiveness to take over. This attraction not only brought us closer but increased the tension between the friendship giving it power to become more than a friendship. It seemed as everything was almost perfect. No conflicts of any sort had arisen after finding this new attraction, but this was soon to
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