Chapter 10 - 1) Chapter 10 2) 4 stages of crisis a) shock...

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1) Chapter 10 2) 4 stages of crisis a) shock and disbelief, why me? b) Recoil, get mad and fight back c) Depression d) Acceptance 3) Families cope with change by a) Anticipating it b) Sticking together c) Being adaptable d) Talking with others 4) Regulative vs constitutive rules a) Regllative rules are true rules, they describe what behavior is obligatory or prohibited b) Constitutice rules c) Point of behavior is what is the meaning, ex, tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree if you still want me 5) 4 types of couples a) traditional-interdependent b) separate-complementary roles c) independent-focus on autonomy of each partner d) blended-a combination of these types 6) women like to talk about the relationship much more than men 7) nmne believe that onle when there is a problem, do you need to talk about your relationship 8) if their relationship endures, older people are likely to experience less conflict compared to younger people 9) support messages, praise, encouragement, showing affection, build self esteem 10) control messages try to get someone to do what you want them to by using power assertive, love withdrawal, and inductive messages
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course COM 225 taught by Professor Morrison during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter 10 - 1) Chapter 10 2) 4 stages of crisis a) shock...

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