Intimate Relationships and Comunication

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Intimate Relationships and C omunication COH 100 Tong Fang & Mengying Li
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Abstract Developing intimate relationships Friendship Love, sex, and intimacy Challenges in Relationship Strategies for enhancing support in relationshi ps Unhealthy Relationships Ending a Relationship
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Introduction Human beings need social relationships. Relationship is a bond between two people. It is the key to your success or failure.
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Developing intimate relations hips The principal element that we all bring to our relationships is ourselves. Relationships in adolescence and adulthood gi ve us a golden opportunity People can be flexible.
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Friendship The first relationships we from outside the fa mily. Companionship, respect, acceptance, help, tru st, loyalty, mutuality and reciprocity. Most have only two friends they consider clos e enough to discuss problems with.
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Love Sex and intimacy Love is one of the most basic and profound hu man emotions. No one "especially significant" in their life. Men and women tend to have different views of the relationship between love and sex.
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Challenges in Relationship Honesty and openness Unequal or premature Commitment Unrealistic expectations 9.8% of college students say that relationship problems affect their academic performance
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Strategies for enhancing sup port in relationships Competitiveness Balancing Time Spent Together and Apart Jealousy Supportiveness
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Unhealthy Relationships Negative physical and mental Painful and difficult
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Ending a Relationship Time will help heal the pain of the loss of the relationship.
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Conclusion True value of human relationships is that they serve as pointers to unconditional love
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