SocialPsych 9.70 - #HumanDevelopment

SocialPsych 9.70#HumanDevelopment

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Unformatted text preview: "ad­ venturousness" and self confidence; evin­ ces teething-related discomfort; irritability; excitability; respon­ siveness; creativity "Marriage" (or its equivalent in terms of "commitment") and the establish­ ment of a common household entails for both partners a transition from a state of relative independence to one of relative interdependence. Ideally (but not invariably) the new relation­ ship is based on trust built up in the course of the preceding set of more or less explicit negotiations. Not atypical­ ly, this is a point at which unresolved (and perhaps transgenerationally "inherited") issues of power and con­ trol come to the fore. As each partner struggles (in his/her own habitual way) to realign connections/separations involving previous social relations (including families of origin), a further mutually and reciprocally acceptable cycle of conflict and reconciliation of differences necessarily takes place. Among the problems commonly encountered at...
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