4-11 Friendship - Friendship I. Growing into friendship A....

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Friendship I. Growing into friendship - A. Momentary – friends because they share something in common (playground or toys) B. One-Way – You believe that you are friends but the other person doesn’t know. C. Fair Weather – Friends when everything is going good when everything is going good but aren’t there when things are bad. D. Mutual Sharing – when you have a best friend. You do everything with them…very exclusive. E. Autonomous – friends who are good, dear friends, but its ok if you have other friends. Its ok to have another life without them. II. Adult Friendships A. Types 1. Associative – friends we form and keep based upon a shared association. (Work friends, school friends) 2. Receptive – Where one person feels a deep sense of deep friendship and the other person doesn’t feel that. 3. Reciprocal – “Dear, close friends” share secrets, friends of them regardless of association. Friends you would stay in touch with no matter what. B. Characteristics
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CMS 315M taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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4-11 Friendship - Friendship I. Growing into friendship A....

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