CHAPTER 8 - CHAPTER 8 ENHANCING RELATIONSHIPS FIVE...

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CHAPTER 8 ENHANCING RELATIONSHIPS FIVE PRINCIPLES OTHER KEY RELATIONSHIPS The previous chapter had a romantic relationship slant. There are three other important types of relationships. Friendships Family Colleagues IMPORTANCE OF FRIENDSHIP There are differences among friendships at four life stages. Childhood first friendships typically self-centered and fleeting Adolescent movement away from parents to peers and membership in peer groups Adult —most valued but often few in number Elder increasingly important, enduring, small network of highly valued friends ENHANCING FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS Satir’s research notes following attributes of healthy families Members have high sense of self- worth
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Communicatio n is direct, clear, honest Rules are flexible and humane Family’s links to society are open & hopeful Good family relationships involve adaptation ENHANCING WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS Communication skills are highly valued in the
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