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Interpersonal Relationships in an Intimate Context

- Personal relationships are central to being human. We have relationships of so many kinds and maintain so many roles throughout our daily lives. We are expected to be a successful communicator as coworkers, parents, children, friends, siblings, and intimate partners. Interpersonal communications investigates both nonverbal and verbal message exchange between two people regardless of their relationship. Interpersonal communications is a fairly new profession and field of study but it is one that applies to all....   [tags: personal relationships,interpersonal communication]

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Personal Relationships And Family Relationships

- While collecting research, I mainly asked my parents’ for information pertaining to relatives. I do not live close enough to. The patterns running in the family were not surprising as I have already known most of it. The extroversion persons in the family were somewhat surprising as my aunt and uncle whom I suspected to be introverted were actually extroverted. Surprisingly, my family members were acceptable to answering questions which might have been a little private. Most times, they agreed to the patterns discovered, but did not add any insight to any additional patterns once I explained the project....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Father, Mother]

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Moral Theory and Personal Relationships

- Moral Theory and Personal Relationships In his article "The Schizophrenia of Modern Ethical Theories," Michael Stocker argues that mainstream ethical theories, namely consequentialism and deontology, are incompatible with maintaining personal relations of love, friendship, and fellow feeling because they both overemphasise the role of duty, obligation, and rightness, and ignore the role of motivation in morality. Stocker states that the great goods of life, i.e. love, friendship, etc., essentially contain certain motives and preclude others, such as those demanded by mainstream ethics.11 In his paper "Alienation, Consequentialism, and the Demands of Morality," Peter Railton argues that...   [tags: Michael Stocker Ethical Theories Essays]

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The Power of Personal Relationships in The Women of Brewster Place and The Road

- ... Eva never once abandons Mattie and lets her and Basil stay in her home free of charge. Regardless of the fights they had over Mattie’s parenting techniques, their age, or their class, the women find a friend in one another and make each other’s lives a little bit brighter. Going into an unfamiliar situation like living with someone new can be tough, but just as Mattie and Eva overcame their differences, the boy and the new family figured things out. The boy was left all alone after the death of his father, not knowing where to turn, or how to move on....   [tags: connection, intimate, journey]

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Case Study Corruption / Bribery / Personal Relationships

- Case Study Corruption/Bribery/Personal relationships Case: Brooks is a vice president who mainly deals with domestic jobs, but has a new project working with a foreign government. It just so happens that Brooks has a personal relationship with a Foreign Official from that country and knows him and his family well. Brooks, however, has not disclosed this relationship to the Company. When the Official called one day and asked her to find an internship for the Official 's daughter at the company, Brooks thought nothing of it....   [tags: Political corruption, Bribery]

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Communication is Vital for Personal and Professional Relationships

- ... If coworkers cannot communicate well with each other, tasks will be left incomplete; people will be fighting and the work will wander aimlessly. Members of a work group or team in the work-place need to have good communication skills to collaborate effectively and to complete a task efficiently. Everybody likes to be praised and if you just sit in the corner of your cubicle, not communicating with anyone, no one is bound to just magically know that you exist. Confidence is the key to an excellent career based life....   [tags: conversations, career, successful]

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Personal Relationships Experience Challenges At One Point Or Another

- All romantic relationships experience challenges at one point or another. How a couple addresses these issues determines how they will build and maintain a healthy and satisfying relationship. According to the textbook, there are three common guidelines for communicating in romantic relationships, including engaging in dual perspective, negotiating safe sex and managing conflict constructively (Wood, 2010). These points are best communicated in a face-to-face setting rather than computer mediated communication [CMC]....   [tags: Communication, Interpersonal relationship]

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How Hospitality Can Go Above And Beyond Personal Relationships

- Even though there is no consensus on what hospitality truly is, we all assume that we understand something about it as it is traditionally an everyday practice of ethics and religions (Lashley, 2000). However, we should also acknowledge that hospitality can go above and beyond personal relationships or social interactions to happen among states or between states and citizens of other states, which is so called politics (Still, 2010). In this domain, however, it appears that hospitality, controversially departing from its philosophical essence of the absolute, is heavily conditioned (Still, 2010)....   [tags: Welfare, Unemployment, Welfare fraud, Refugee]

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Personal Narrative - Randomness of Human Relationships

- Personal Narrative - Randomness of Human Relationships As a guy, whenever I see an attractive girl, I immediately start searching for an "in." I need a reason to talk to her. Is she talking to someone I know. Did she miss the same class I did and we both need to make something up. Did we meet at some random place far outside of campus. Same brand backpack. I'll take anything. Why go through this charade. First, a note on boundaries. Sometimes we imagine a smooth transition where a boundary does exist....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Personal relationships

- I don’t think that anything brings people together more than mutual hatred, except mutual hatred for each other. I suppose that is why my ex-boyfriends and I still talk to each other, or, I should say, one of my ex-boyfriends, Rob. The other one, Andrew, and I don’t talk at all. I suppose that means we must really hate each other. But the reason we don’t talk is that it still hurts, and that wound runs very deep, I doubt if it will ever heal. The “blues” is losing someone you love and not having enough money to immerse yourself in drink....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Pragma Love: A Good Way to Choose a Mate

- According to “Type of Love” in Academic Encounter, there are five types of love: ludus, storge, mania, pragma, and eros. Though every five types of love have a virtue for finding a partner, I will focus on how pragma lovers might choose a mate, and argue that their way is the good one. In fact, pragma lovers’ relationships seldom get worse. As stated by the article, pragma lover is “the practical lover who seeks a relationship that will work” (204). For example, the pragma lover asks a potential mate such questions as “Can you show me the deed of ownership of your house and car?”, “Will you support my career?”, and “Do you like President Bush?” Undoubtedly, the pragmatic way to choose a mat...   [tags: personal relationships]

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Personal Narrative: Intercultural Relationships

- Personal Narrative: Intercultural Relationships Intercultural relationships are essential to our survival as a people. Without interacting withone another, the wrld would not be the place it is today. I would not be the person I amtday. I can recaall an instance of intercultural relating that has affected me. It changed the way I view the world. Living in the United States, we are subjected to many races and cultures. Living in central New Jersey, though there are many types of people, life is usually the same on all ends of the spectrum....   [tags: Papers]

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The Greatest Man That Ever Lived

- The Greatest Man that Ever Lived Everyone has a hero in their lives, someone who they look up to: someone very special. This person plays a very important role in your life. As a child, this person teaches you an array of life lessons that stick with you throughout your whole life, from learning how to walk to buying your first home, this special person guides you in all aspects of life. Throughout your journey in life, this idol’s experience and intelligence are the epitome of persona of which you desire as this mentor continues to bestow their wisdom....   [tags: Personal Relationships]

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Absurdism in The Stranger by Albert Camus

- ... Also at the time of the funeral, the caretaker approached him and asked if he “would you like to see [his] mother one last time?’” (Camus 13), an offer he chose to decline. This developing indifference in Meursault’s character is what the reader is presented with as the book starts off. This excerpt from the novel shows his overall attitude towards the death of his mother, not wanting to see her for the last time before she is gone forever, which leads the reader to question the personality of this man....   [tags: personal relationships, family, relations]

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Understanding And Personal Perceptions Of Therapeutic Relationships With Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander People

- Establishing a therapeutic relationship with Mr. Drover Throughout this paper I will begin to unravel my understanding and personal perceptions of therapeutic relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. How these relationships can and will influence my practice as a student nurse. I will begin by discussing barriers faced by the Indigenous communities of Australia and how these issues are affecting the quality of the health care system. Following this I will consider the holistic and cultural health needs of Mr Drover, a 76 year old elder from a remote Aboriginal community....   [tags: Indigenous Australians, Indigenous peoples]

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Kitchen’s Secret Guidance

- Humans, the most sociable creature, need other people to live. A student needs teachers to help them. Math, for example, is an academic subject that student learn in school from their teacher. Students also learn other academic subjects from textbook with teacher’s guidance with the intention of understanding the material. Students become better students who gain more knowledge when they receive help from a teacher. Athletes become better athletes from their coaches’ guidance. In the book Tuesdays with Morrie: an old man, young man, and life’s greatest lesson tells a story about Morrie, a professor in Brandeis University who retired due to Lou Gehrig’s disease....   [tags: Personal Relationships]

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Blind Love

- Blind love can be a hurtful experience, or one that is misleading. One example of blind love is being in love with someone who will provoke you into doing things you would not normally do. While most people have certain standards which they live by, being in love with someone to the point that they influence you to go against what you believe in is a result of blind love. Being in love can often persuade a person to do anything in order to make the other happy, or to keep from loosing them. It makes one incapable of distinguishing right from wrong, and often the person who is the recipient of this kind of blind love will take advantage of this circumstance....   [tags: personal relationships]

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My Mother

- What can one say about their mother. One may talk about her positive and negative characteristics. There are so many great traits I love and admire about my mom, that it would be difficult and unfair to write about just one. Being strong, generous and optimistic are all some great personality traits, which my mother possesses. Ever since I can remember, my mother has been a strong individual. She raised my brother and I financially, emotionally, physically and spiritually by herself. My mom gave her all, by that I mean, she worked two jobs to make sure her children ate properly and that they had the essential amenities to grow happily and successfully....   [tags: Personal Relationships]

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Personal Narrative : I Don 't Do Relationships

- I struggle day to day with putting my feelings into words. I sit here on my own thinking of the next way that I can portray this hurt that is inside of me so that people can understand. I 've never been great with words, until recently. Until someone taught me to write out what I am feeling. This technique was suggested to me because it helps to get your feelings out somewhere where they don 't eat away at you. I have always been one to hold my feelings in until they are so built up that I explode, ultimately ruining many friendships and, this year, a very important relationship....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Feeling]

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The Importance Of Personal And Government Morals, Justice, And The Need For Healthy Social Relationships

- “In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” Phil Collins. I have learned a great amount of information within the many topics covered in this class. More specifically, I have learned about some of the most influential teachers in the world and throughout history. While I already knew quite a bit about the teachings of Jesus, I was relatively unfamiliar with the teachings of Confucius and Socrates. It was amazing how much these two different teachers could have so much in common with the beliefs of Jesus and Christianity as a whole.Confucius, Socrates, and Jesus are three master teachers who are unique in their teachings but have one common similarity; all of their teaching...   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Religion, Faith]

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What I Want in a Boyfriend

- I would like to believe that I am most accurately described as a nurturing, compassionate, and loving boyfriend. All too often my ears pick up on the conversations of people declaring that I am all of these qualities and many more, no conceit intended. Ironically, a recent relationship of mine ended after six months of problem after problem. I believe that the expectations for me, as they are for all guys in a relationship, were unreasonable and slightly unfair. While there was not clear reason for breaking up, I was given many frugal and contradicting reasons....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Relationships, Love]

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Social Networking

- Technology has become a major part of society, permeating almost every facet of our lives. Its use has become overwhelmingly popular in the social networking world. With the innovation of such social networking sites as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Hi 5, individuals are now able to meet and reconnect with each other with the ease of just a few key strokes. According to Boulton (2011) social networking sites account for 12% of all time spent on the internet. Facebook.com (2011) reports, there are more than 500 million people spending over 700 billion minutes per month collectively posting pictures, comments, news stories, web links, blogs and more....   [tags: Personal Interaction, Relationships]

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My Mom Risked Leaving My Dad to Provide a Better Life for Us

- Family Lessons It is easy to admit that some days are more eventful than others. In reflecting on my life, one event stands out as life changing in my childhood. By life changing, I mean that if it had not happened, I would not be the same person I am today. When I saw my oldest sister walk out of the house carrying a butcher knife in her hand, it confirmed to me that this would be one of the more eventful days in my life. What lessons I would learn on that day, I could not have predicted. It was the early 1970's and we lived deep in suburbia....   [tags: Personal Narrative Relationships]

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My Star- Lesbian Relationship

- My Star I sat on the edge of her bed, with my head in my hands, crying. My heart was pounding and adrenaline rushed through my veins, making me feel sick to my stomach. I couldn't make myself calm down. I couldn't even take a breath. My hands trembled as I wiped the hair out of my eyes. I glanced through my tears at Star, huddled in the corner of her bright yellow room. She was curled up in a ball with her head on her knees, shaking. I stared, wondering what she was thinking, and what I should do....   [tags: Personal Narrative Relationships Papers]

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If You Really Like a Guy, Hit Him

- If You Really Like a Guy, Hit Him I don’t remember wanting to punch Jeff. I remember wanting Jeff to “ask me out.” How I got into the position of hitting him is somewhat of a mystery to me. Jeff Stanford was the cutest guy in our third grade class. He had blonde hair, blue eyes-the whole shabang. He even wore tapered, stone washed jeans (it was the eighties, this was cool). He was my friend. I was, of all things, a tomboy. I ran faster then the boys. I could beat them all at tether ball. My hair was shorter then any of the boys, and I had the biggest crush on Jeff....   [tags: Personal Narrative Relationships Essays]

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My Family Heritage

- My Family Heritage Family Defined The word family has changed so much in the past century. A family back in the 1950’s was probably considered a husband, wife, and one or more children. Times have changed and families have become much different. The Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others book defines family as a, “Unit made up of any number of persons who live in relationship with one another over time in a common living space who are usually, but not always, united by marriage and kinship” (Beebe, Beebe & Redmond, 243)....   [tags: Personal Narrative Relationships Papers]

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What are the Effects of Modern Technology on Relationships?

- Casson (1910) maintains that personal communication has evolved over the years. He argues that technology and social changes have advanced from the period of letter writing to house phone usage, which became popular in the beginning of the 20th century. From the time of letter writing to the current century, technology has evolved to e-communication and cell phone usage. By analyzing the effects that modern technology has had on functionality, time efficiency, and a shear ease on communication, we develop a picture of the overall progression of person-to-person communication....   [tags: Personal Communication, Addiction]

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Technological and Real Relationships: Which Will Be Lasting?

- An infant girl died because her parents neglected her. The reason that her parents were disregarding her was because while she, a living, breathing, real child was starving to death, her parents were tending to the needs of a virtual baby (Breitenstein 1). While this is a case of extreme severity, other situations can be compared to this instance. Important social skills can be reduced, virtual worlds can be confused with the real world, relationships can be replaced, people can be alienated, and self-esteem can be lowered due to the obliviousness of the misuse of technology....   [tags: Technology, Relationships, Self Esteem]

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Long Distance Relationships and Social Media/Networking

- Introduction: Just like any other relationship that is formed between two people in the throes of intimacy, long distance relationships are filled with struggle and sometimes heartache. However, the question is, are these relationships worth it. If two people’s love is so strong for each other, it stands to reason that no distance would come between them. Perhaps the old adage speaks most in saying, “true love conquers all” – distance included. After experiencing a long distance relationship first hand, I have found that the distance can, in fact, provide more unique and special aspects than many would normally consider....   [tags: relationships, love, social media]

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Conflict in Relationships

- According to Wilmot and Hocker the definition of conflict is “an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources, and interference from others in achieving their goals.” Going off of this definition I believe the conflicts I have been enduring with my girlfriend falls verbatim to the text. My girlfriend and I have been together for a year now we met here at Ohio University, and we made the mutual decision at the beginning of last semester for her to move into my apartment....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Relationships Quality and Personality Types

- The article I read, detailed the research into relationships and the personality types of the people in those relationships. The study paid particular attention to perfectionist personalities that were either “adaptive” or “maladaptive”, the former meaning non-productive and or inadequate for adaptation. “Maladaptive perfectionists characteristically tend to evaluate their performance as consistently failing to meet these standards [for personal performance](Ashby, Kutchins, and Rice 2008)”. The researchers continued off of past studies into the relationship between personality type and relationship quality....   [tags: relationships, personality, perfectionists]

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The Development Of Relationships And Relationships

- Reflection Paper # 3: The Development of Relationships The idea and development of relationships was always very black and white for me. I had always seen all relationships such as friendships, partnerships, and family relationships, falling under one category. I have recently learned this is not the case at all. There are actually many different components that make up a relationship and as well different categories for different relationships. Robert Sternberg created a model of love called the triangular model of relationships that encompasses the various elements that are necessary for any relationship and as well the different classifications of relationships (Brannon, 2011)....   [tags: Love, Triangular theory of love]

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Lovers

- Lovers My mother went to Barnard on a full scholarship. She commuted from home, two hours a day on the subway. One night after a Columbia party, she was up a ladder taking down crepe paper when an orange hit her on the back of the head. It thumped to the ground and rolled under a stool, where my father knelt to retrieve it. He tossed the orange across the room to a friend — his intended target — and offered my mother his hand. In my version, she shakes off his attempts to help her down from the ladder....   [tags: Personal Narrative Sex Relationships Essays]

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Personal Experience: My Views and Feelings About My Family

- Most people’s lives are complicated by family relationships. The way one is raised can affect self-esteem and is the emotional and psychological blueprint for life. Family is the first teacher in a child’s life. One can learn morals, manners and valuable life lessons. How one is raised can add negatively as well as positively to society. Family relationships can set the tone for how one feels about family and traumatic events can challenge those views and feelings. The sudden death of my mother was the event that challenged my family to see if the ties that bind were strong enough to hold....   [tags: family relationships, death, other-parenting]

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Personal Idea Of The American Dream

- “The secret to modern life is finding the measure in time management. I have two kids, career and I travel, and I don 't think my life is any different than most couples. The most valuable commodity now for many people is time and how to parcel that out”- Hugh Jackman. Living your personal idea of the American Dream takes effort but is attainable. Being a full-time parent/wife, student, and employee does not require super-hero abilities, but it does demand focus and dedication. Each person on the face of the planet is allotted the same 1,440 minutes in a day, the ability to exercise self-control when deciding what takes priority, and the right to choose not just to survive each busy day but...   [tags: Time management, Management, Personal development]

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My Personal Philosophy Of Leisure

- My own personal philosophy of leisure has been shaped by past and present activities I do for leisure and why I do them. To me, leisure is the sense of being free from external stressors that I face in my life such as school or work. The positive outcomes from partaking in leisure are generally overlooked and often underestimated. Leisure affects our emotions, our physical and mental health, and aids in the creation of relationships. In my own personal life, I have done and still participate in leisure as a way to sooth myself or unwind from the stress of school or work....   [tags: Leisure, Personal life, Psychology, Recreation]

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Personal Statement : Physical Health

- I have learned a lot about my health and wellness thorough out this semester it is truly amazing. The impact these seven different dimensions have on our health they are, physical, intellectual, psychological, spiritual, social, environmental, and occupational all play a role in our health. All in so many different ways working together to make a brighter and happier healthier us. These seven dimensions make up whom we are and how we live our life is all based upon how we balance these dimensions....   [tags: Health, Personal life, Meaning of life]

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Interracial Relationships

- America has had a long history of racism. This fact is more easily understood if racism is understood for what it really is. It is more than just personal hatred. Racism is the “belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another, that a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics” (What is Racism). The 21st century has brought a lot of changes to the American society. Nevertheless, racism still exists owing to the truth that it is still impossible to persuade the hearts of mankind in terms of racism, which leads to many people wondering how and when black and white racism will end in America....   [tags: America, Racism, Relationships]

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Personal Statement

- I have been working as a parent liaison for the past 12 years a parent liaison is someone who works in the school system assisting parents with education in the parental field trying to help with computer skills phone skills and simple thing professional phone skills. I do daily attendance as I work with the school truancy department to make sure that the parents understand the important of education. I also coach college cheerleaders and teach dance. Just to live comfortable and it is very hard....   [tags: Personal Experience]

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Personal Accomplishments

- My extensive hands-on experience and evidence of achieving results as a leader and a manager demonstrates my ability to quickly understand and learn new concepts and issues. Over the last two years I have been seconded to several different and challenging positions due to my personal drive, focus on outcomes, integrity and agility, i.e.: - I currently manage the closure of the Australian Technical Colleges program after managing the $14.7b Building the Education Revolution (BER) IT and Communications Section....   [tags: Personal Ambition]

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An Essay On Family Relationships

- Family Relationships There are so many different types of family relationships. Whatever form a family takes; it is an important part of everyone’s life. My family has played an important role in my life. Good family relationships serve as a foundation to interactions with others. Supportive families will help children to thrive. The quality of the family relationship is more important than the size of the family. Making the relationships priority, communication, and providing support for one another is key to developing relationships....   [tags: Family, Sibling, Interpersonal relationship]

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Relationships And Relationships

- Relationships shape the person that we are today. Relationships are a necessary part of healthy living. Nothing is more strikingly fulfilling than a healthy relationship. The depth of sympathy, value and appreciation that relationships can bring is almost unfathomable. In order to maintain a healthy relationship, scholars have identified that two individuals share some degree of unique interaction patterns. This can be associated with the idea that individuals share shared experiences such as inside jokes, relational history, or knowledge of shared information ((Guerrero, Andersen, & Afifi, 2018, p....   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship]

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Interpersonal Relationships With Celebrity Drama

- Interpersonal Relationships In a world where the reign of complexity rules with the strongest of influence, our ability to communicate with one another allows us to solve even the most difficult of situations. Even so, human beings take communication for granted, we possess the ability to communicate instantly from across the globe and in real time, we can alert others of danger within a minute 's notice, and keep our governments in check. Yet, we squander and misuse our communicative abilities to gossip about celebrity drama or the nonsensical events that take place within our society....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Friendship, Love]

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Developing Relationships With Family And Friends

- Developing Better Relationships With Family/Friends When we hear the word “relationship”, we think of trust and loyalty. And most importantly, connection. When we have a positive relationship with someone, it helps us become healthier, happier, and more satisfied with ourselves. When we have a negative relationship with someone, it brings down our inner self such as our emotions and perspective in life. Having a relationship with someone can have a big impact in our life, whether it’s good or bad....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Family, Friendship]

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Interpersonal Relationships With Your Family

- During our lifetime, many relationships are formed with family, friends, and significant others. These relationships are key to forming friends, work bonds and intimate connections with others. Family, friends and intimate relationships are necessary for everyday life, below I am going to discuss interpersonal relationships with each and challenges that may come. Family is an extremely important relationship connection that should always be strong. Family will always be there to support you emotional and physical through any circumstances....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Friendship]

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Interpersonal Relationships And Social Media

- Interpersonal relationships die by means of neglect and abuse. The quickest way to injure and eventually kill a relationship is through the use of a weapon like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and SMS. Although there is a personal disconnect when using social media, people increasingly relying on it resulting in a change in the style of communication (Keller XX). Social media has not only helped people connect with others that they may not have encountered otherwise, it also provided quick access to current support networks....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Sociology]

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Studies on Relationships

- Studies on relationships are one of the most important aspects of psychology. This is because, not only does relationships influence people’s actions, they also occupy the bulk of people’s thoughts, speech and concerns (Cardwell & Flanagan, 2003). A relationship is widely know to be defined as a “regular social encounter over a period of time” (Argyle & Henderson, as cited in Willerton, 2010). A valid example from Willerton is that, when we are not dealing with our own personal relationships, we still discuss relationships of celebrities, as well as seeking out depictions of relationships in books and films....   [tags: formation, maintenance, breakdown]

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Gender and Relationships

- Gender and Relationships The history of courtship and dating has evolved over the years and there are major gender differences that impact personal relationships dealing with males and females. Focusing on romantic relationships, we will look into Stewart's and Arliss's distinctive theories on views, expectations, and desires of being in a commitment with an individual. Some believe the longer the courtship, the better chance of being in a real relationship, possibly the rest of your life with this person....   [tags: Gender Studies]

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Disclose or Not to Disclose?

- Disclose or not to disclose. That question usually arise at start of a new relationship, a new job or when meeting a new friend. Disclosing also happen with people we have known for some time. Scholars define self-disclosure as sharing information with others that they would not normally know or discover. My beliefs lie within every everyone of us. Everyone has their own way of defining self disclosure. My definition of self disclosure is letting loose and to trust the person I am disclosing to....   [tags: Relationships]

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Personal Thoughts On Personal Habits

- Family is an important element in the society nowadays, and it represents the largest amount of households. After people become mature and independent, they leave the original family where they grow up, and then they build their own family with marriage or not, and married couples or single people will continue to choose if they want to have children or not. After that, the circle continues from generations to generations, and that’s the explanation why humans still exist on this planet. During the period of growing up, every one experiences close relationships and intimacies with parents, relatives, lovers and children....   [tags: Family, Marriage, Interpersonal relationship, Wife]

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Long Distance Relationships On College Students

- When a college student declares proudly that they are in a long distance relationship, people feel sorry for them. Many believe that long distance relationships are too difficile, and are not worth the trouble. For plenty, this is true. Long distance relationships primarily end when the partners have not mastered how to communicate effectively, and have subsequently lost their former intimacy. Distance is often more than just geography; college students are rapidly changing their lifestyles and perspectives to accommodate their new surroundings and experiences....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Communication]

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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]

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The Effects of Divorce

- The Effects of Divorce Relationships are all about give and take, and to maintain them you must be willing to do the work. Today, dissolution of marriage is being used as the easy way out when couples can no longer agree. When couples decide to divorce, emotions run rampant and the effects on the family are not always considered. Divorce has become a debatable topic because of the loss of family structure and foundation. For some people, the consequences of divorce are devastating, and for others it means freedom....   [tags: Relationships]

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The Negative Effects Of Facebook On Relationships

- The Negative Effects of Facebook on Relationships In today’s generation, one can see the issues that are causing most people to live miserable. One of the greatest issues is that not everyone values what he or she has the same way others do. It is good to be on social media to explore the social world with others, but there are people who tend to share their private relationships’ information on social media. For example, updating their statuses on Facebook on a regular basis can lead to so much, which can be classified in three categories below....   [tags: Social network service, Facebook]

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Ethics And Business Relationships : Ethics

- Ethics and Business Relationships Ethics impacts all business relationships, be it with employees, vendors, contractors, competitors, or customers. Those who display ethical behavior are trusted by others. Employees will follow an ethical leader because they trust that he will do the right thing, and they will respect him. Employees will feel secure in knowing that they will be treated and dealt with in a straightforward, honest, and fair way. Employees want to be employed at an ethical company, therefore, they will stay with such a company and there will be a lower turnover rate....   [tags: Ethics, Business ethics, Leadership, Management]

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Looking For Love...Online

- Today, we have the ability to do a multitude of tasks online; a computer is used in almost every school, home, and business in America. It’s not so futuristic to think that people would also find ways to enhance their personal lives online. Dating online began in the 1970’s and carried with it the stigma that only desperate people used the web to search for a love; however, today this stigma is gone, and dating online is a widely excepted practice. Dating on the internet is straight forward. A person becomes acquainted with another person through the process of e-mail; the two people then explore their compatibility by finding out the other person’s likes and dislikes, before meeting face-to...   [tags: Relationships]

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Trust in Maintaining Business Relationships

- With respect to the Northumbrian Water suppliers, Bensaou’s portfolio of buyers supplier relationship model is adopted to segment or categories suppliers. After segregation into different types of suppliers, Northumbrian Water choses to engage with its top 50 suppliers which indicate most of them to fall into the strategic partnership segment of the Bensaou’s portfolio. This indicates high trustworthiness, early supplier involvement and that these suppliers and buyers customize, specialize, differentiate, adapt, learn and innovate its supply processes according to the changes and requirements through exchange of information and expertise....   [tags: Buyer, Seller]

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Substance Abuse Problems in Relationships

- ... Sometimes, when there is addiction in the home, there have been other problems. There may be abuse, infidelity and/or trauma. Each partner needs to make a decision about the quality of the relationship and whether it can or should be saved. This is not a decision that needs to be made at the beginning of treatment. It can be made over time, as you get stronger and healthier. But there is one assessment that needs to happen at the beginning of your recovery. You should be clear that the relationship is physically and emotionally safe....   [tags: Drugs, Alcohol, Recovery]

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Poems Dealing with Parent/Child Relationships

- Poems Dealing with Parent/Child Relationships All of these poems deal with parents’ relationships with and reflections on their children. Show how the poets bring out their feelings through use of theme, language, imagery and structure The relationship between parent and child is one of great mystery and also profundity. Love can survive a lifetime but can also falter within a second, though the love of a parent for their child, their offspring, no matter what, is eternal and unconditional. Though it is hard to express a love so full of devotion, so powerful it can survive generations, in to a few simple words....   [tags: Relationships Sylvia Plath Poetry Essays]

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Gender Roles and Social Relationships

- Important part in behavior patterns and traits that molds males or females has to do with social context that may be seen as normal in one social context and abnormal in any other deals with gender roles. When a child become aware of their biological factors dealing with values, patterns and motive behavior within a culture that appropriate, can be different within females and males creating gender stereotypes. Robert Sapolsky open the door to aggressive behavior stating that raised testosterone level in male can cause aggressive behavior....   [tags: morals, emotional development, mental health]

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Relationships within Social Media

- ... This is even more problematic for children. Children are being taught how to focus on a very fun fast games online, which would be helpful if in life were fast and stimulating similar to video games, but it is not. Over-exposure to social media and gaming devices have negative side-effects. Technology has enabled children to learn to focus on many things at once, but they aren’t able to focus on anything in-depth (Troglin, 2013, para. 4). Since technology has enabled children to learn to not focus, and also that children aren’t being taught to sit and wait, children in America are basically learning to have Attention Deficit Disorder....   [tags: feeling of belonging, cyberrelationships]

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Personal Strengths & Weaknesses

- I gave this paper a lot of thought before I began to write. ?What qualities and traits do I posses that make me desirable as an employee, a teammate, and as a person?. First, you must be able to identify your own personal strengths and weaknesses in order to become a lifelong learner and an essential part of a ?team?. As technology is constantly growing you have to be willing to accept what makes you an asset or a liability in any given situation you may encounter in your life. The qualities and traits that I feel make me a valuable entity to my employers, co-workers, classmates and within my personal relationships are varied....   [tags: Personal Narrative Character Analysis Essays]

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Relationships, Values, And Motivation

- Establishing relationships with others are vital not only in one’s personal life, but equally important to establish in their professional life. Background, self-concept and self-esteem, self-awareness and self-disclosure, attitudes and values, and motivation are individual characteristics that determine how successful these relationships become. The topic of this paper will focus primarily on that of attitudes, values, and motivation (AVM). A more in depth explanation and examination will show why and how this topic impacts the building of relationships....   [tags: Motivation, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nursing]

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My Journey of Personal Growth

- As I have traversed my adult life, I do not remember when but, I have come to embrace the mantra “Be the Best You Can Be”. It is that “goal” to be the best I can be, as a Marriage Family Therapist, that has brought me to apply for the PsD program at the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute. So you may ask yourself, what causes someone to embrace the concept “be the best you can be”. As, I sit back and reflect upon my life, and who I have become today, I must start with family history. I was raised in Southern California with my siblings....   [tags: Personal Experience]

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Interpersonal Skills Help Relationships

- Interpersonal Skills Daily interactions with the people around us are unavoidable. Unless we purposely isolate ourselves either physically or mentally, learning how to interact with those around us is crucial to building successful relationships in both personal or professional lives. Although interpersonal skills are inherent, like any other skills, some are more adept at it than others. Improving interpersonal skills ensure a more healthy relationship and create a firmer with our those we deal on a daily basis....   [tags: self-management, awareness, social skills]

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Personal Relationship Between My Sister And Best Friend

- In life we have different types of personal relationship that were we communicate differently in order to fit their need. Such as people with low self-esteem, or just people who are going through some hardships in their lives. Communications is the way to get through to them. We have a lot of significant of other such your parents, siblings, friends and partners. The type of the relationships we have with each of them is different so the way we communicate surely has to be different. There are two important people right now in my life like my sister and best friend who needs me to communicate daily to them due to some of the hardships they’ve got going on in their lives....   [tags: Interpersonal relationship, Communication, Love]

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Personal Development Plan: Improving My Relationship

- Throughout my whole life I have witnessed how relationships should go, and my parents have always been my primary learning source of communication. It was modeled for me in a healthy way, but also in a negative way sometimes. I catch myself struggling with my reacting behaviors to negative events, and ways of speaking. This causes me a lot of grief and frustration when I am communicating with people or my loved ones. This would also include my five-year relationship with my boyfriend. My goals of my personal development plan are to become a better partner in my relationship, and communicate efficiently....   [tags: communication, personal experience]

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Personal Philosophy of Nursing

- Personal Philosophy of Nursing This paper explores the personal philosophy I have as a nursing student and what I intend to convey throughout my nursing career. A philosophy is “an analysis of the grounds and concepts expressing fundamental beliefs (Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, n.d.). Before entering into any profession it is important to evaluate your personal philosophy about the profession, as it pertains to values and principles in which believe in to guide your practice. The field of nursing is more than treating a physiological ailment, but it involves providing quality care for the individualized needs of each patient, hence being client centered....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Personal Values : Personal Analysis

- I face different perspectives each day since beginning school this semester. I made the decision to return to college after 26 years of justifying why I should not return from only one perspective, my own. Engaging in dual perception keeps me from loading up my backpack and heading home to my comfort zone. I have conversations with people who differ in age, demographic, culture, lifestyle, to name a few. These differences design perspectives as unique as fingerprints. Communication between two people always includes these unique perspectives, having been influenced by distinct values integrated in each person (Wood, 2014)....   [tags: Family, Virtue, Psychology, Egocentrism, Value]

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Development of My Personal Core Values

- Personal values are something which we develop through the course of life; they can change over time and may be influenced by our family, friends, culture, religion and the media. Personal values develop through experience and development, they impact our personal lives as well as our professional lives. This essay will look at my personal values, how they were shaped through the course of my life and the influence on my view of society and the role of the practitioner. Conclusively, I will outline my professional development by making reference to Kohl’s experiential learning model in addition, to my personal reflection on my development so far....   [tags: Personal Values]

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Helpful Patient-Nurse Relationships

- The helpful patient-nurse relationship requires nurses to build interpersonal connections with patients and is made stronger by the nurses’ abilities to understand their own selves and by being culturally aware. One of the biggest cultural differences which impacts the nurse’s ability to communicate effectively in the development of the helpful patient-nurse relationship is when the patient speaks a different language than the nurse. According to Stein-Parbury (2009), the characteristics of the helpful patient-nurse relationship are social versus professional relationships, interpersonal distance versus involvement, therapeutic superficiality versus intimacy, and mutuality and reciprocity....   [tags: interpersonal connections, health-care, nursing]

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The Importance of Social Relationships in Child Development

- ... Children are usually rejected, aggressive, troublesome, unable to maintain a close relationship with other children and can not establish a place for themselves in the peer culture, they are in high-risk conditions. Communication and relationships are two elements that are integrated into a single binomial. Therefore possess good skills in relationships with others determines the quality of our life. To achieve this it is necessary that our relationships are natural, without misunderstandings and conflict and all this is achieved correctly knowing converse with others....   [tags: education, student, peer, communication]

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The Negative Impact of Technology on Interpersonal Relationships

- Over the last century, information technology, such as the Internet, has brought our society forward and helps us get through life more efficiently and conveniently. In addition, it helps making global communication easier and faster as compared to hand-written mails that may take days if not weeks to reach its intended recipient. However, with such luxury and convenience, there is a debate whether the way we currently interact with fellow human beings with the help of technology is good or bad to our personal relationships....   [tags: Internet, Online]

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Building Quality Relationships : An Effective Leader

- Building Quality Relationships All employees are in search of a boss that they can trust and learn from. There is a famous saying that many have come to believe in, “Do what you love and never work another day, of your life.” In order to maintain that balance of loving what we do, we must build superior relationships. Healthy working relationships can ignite and maintain the passion of what we love. The thesis of this section is that in building quality relationships there are three components to elaborate on, self-awareness, trust, self-disclosure and perception....   [tags: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator]

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Gender Relationships Between Male And Female

- Chapter 9 Gendered Close Relationships is about stereotypes for men and women ideas on how to behave in relationships. The expectations for male and female in a relationships have been set by their gender roles. The meaning of personal relationships is where partners depend on each other for various things from affection to material assistance. Partners are expected affection, companionship and energy. The two main models of personal relationships are male deficit model and alternate paths model....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Family, Mother]

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Understanding How Technology is Changing Relationships

- In our culture, technology serves as an instrumental aspect of our lives. Regardless of where you turn, you are constantly surrounded by technology. Whether it is our cellphones that spend their entire lives within an arm’s reach of us, our computers, or the newest wave of technology that is moving us towards tablets, much of our life is lived in front of screens. With these advancements comes the notion that there is an application that can solve every life problem we may have. Thanks to technological advancements like text messaging or social media networks, there are plenty of ways a relationship can be sustained for a significant period without personal contact....   [tags: self-disclosure, communication, social media]

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Romance Movies and Real Life Relationships

- ... “A survey of 335 undergraduate students in the Midwest found a significant relationship between reporting watching romantic films often and belief in the ideals “love conquers all,” “one and only” love (soul mate) and “love at first sight” (Riskind). These findings compliment the expectation that watching romantic movies is a major source leading to the unrealistic expectations among viewers. In addition, romantic comedies also give the wrong impression on relationships. If viewers are getting the wrong idea about love itself, then that leads them into expecting more out of relationships as well....   [tags: movie genre, romance, love, reality, effets]

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Social Media Enhances Social Relationships

- Premise 1: social media enhances social relationships Premise 2: social media hinders personal relations Premise 3: Social media enhances social relationships more than it hinders them Conclusion: social media enhances social relationships The topic for this paper is ‘The role of social media in social relationships’. The social media plays a big role in shaping how people relate with each other. It creates a platform where people can meet and grow their relationship. There are several cases of people who have met on social media and their relationship has grown very strong; some even end up as best friends or even couples....   [tags: Sociology, Social media, Social relation, Behavior]

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The Principle of Building Teacher-Student Relationships

- This paper reviews the principles of building a Teacher-student relationship that is positive, respectful and enjoying. It reflects on the importance of such relationship and what are some theorist’s opinions about such. Included are a few do’s and don’ts on how to build a healthy relationship that both benefit the teacher and the student and my opinions and understanding of each. At the end I have included a short interview with my co-worker Nilsa Torres. Torres has been a high school mentor in an after-school program in the past; however, she is now lead teacher at a community Head-Start Program in the North Philadelphia area....   [tags: the learning processs]

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Personal Wellness And Behavior Change

- The main concept, or topics of this paper is personal wellness and behaviour change. It will explore the seven dimensions of health, and the negative and the positives of each one. The paper will show how one dimension of health affects another dimension. For behaviour change there will be topics including the, barriers, stages, and health behaviors for change. As well it will be discussed about the two personal goals each student was to make at the beginning of the course, and show the plan in which they went by and how they assessed themselves....   [tags: Personal life, Health, Psychology, Dimension]

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