Assignment 1 - Blake Roby In everyone’s life there is one...

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Blake Roby In everyone’s life there is one relationship we all have with one person.  Whether  it is for a minute as we are born or for our whole lives.  This relationship is with our  parents, more specifically, our mothers.  Not everyone gets to have their biological mother  in their life, but everyone has a mother figure in their life including grandmothers,  relatives, or close friends of the family. In this relationship there is a bond that is tighter  than your belt when you have had too much to eat.  In most of these types of relationships  the mother figure is on the losing end in terms of benefits.  Our book defines the  exchange theory as the process of negotiating between parties. This is how it has been in  my case, so when I refer to “the child” I am accounting from my personal life. First off, we will examine the receiving end, the child.  In most scenarios the child 
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course SYG 2430 taught by Professor Lindalotz during the Spring '08 term at South Florida Community College.

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Assignment 1 - Blake Roby In everyone’s life there is one...

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