WE #1 - Eric Farrington CMST-1061-4 11 February 2011...

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Eric Farrington CMST-1061-4 11 February 2011 Written Exercise No. 1 There are four ways of understanding who you are as a human being that we have learned in class. When one wishes to look at how their identity changes depending upon the person he or she is interacting with; they are applying the theory of Relational Self. This theory focuses on how ones communication style varies from conversation to conversation. I will focus on three people or groups in my life to show the differences in my actions. When I am around my girlfriend, I tend to focus on one thing: not upsetting her. It is very important that I watch what I say, pertaining to language and tone. I want to do everything I can to satisfy her because with the workload that I have with school, I do not have time to sit down for a few hours to resolve a problem. I swear just as much as the average male, but that is the one thing she hates the most, so I need to eliminate that while around her. I am not very relaxed when conversing with her because she takes things very seriously. There is usually never any yelling
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