19. Give an example of when bypassing may have occurred in your relationship. How did you handle this?A type of miscommunication that occurs when the speaker and listener (1) use different words but give them the same meaning or (2) use the same words but give them different meanings.20. Do you and/or your partner engage in conversation that includes ageist, sexist, heterosexist, racist, or other discriminatory language? If so, why? If not, why do
21. Discuss territoriality as it impacts your relationship. Pg 79It has impacted our relationship, due to him saying something that I felt was offensive to me in a situation that im in. I felt like he didn’t take my side so an argument broke out. 22. Give an example of a time that you and your partner engaged in significant and appropriate self-disclosure. What, if anything, changed about your relationship after this point? Pg120,42,36-37We have before but it rarely happens due to us telling stories that’s funny and howour communicational part of the relationship started at the surface of the onion.
23. Using the stages of listening (as covered in text), discuss what went wrong during a time that your partner did not listen to you well.. Receiving (sensing)- Taking in all the stimuli that you sense (what you hear, see, smell, etc.)2. Interpreting supplying meaning to the messages you have sensed3. Evaluating when you judge the message (like vs. dislike, agree vs. disagree)4. Responding. When you give any type feedback5. Memory (remembering) when you decide whether or not to retain any of the stimuli that you have sensed.one time he wasn’t really listening and fell asleep on me. And it made me feel less comfortable talking to him, because I felt like I was just boring him. 24. Choose one of the three dialectical tensions discussed in class and briefly analyze that tension in your own relationship. Pg41-42.152,213,270