During the practice session they get to joke together

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to have a better conversation and is taught ballet by Miss Monique. During the practice session, they get to joke together, and in some instances, Miss Monique admires the body construct of Joe Kingman. In the end, they have a conversation about how Kingman’s daughter Peyton Kelly is talented in ballet (Fickman, 2007). In regard, the two display signs intimacy and interest in each other hence the second stage of the model is achieved. Intensifying Stage At this stage, we are able to confide in with the partner and sharing of important information happens more frequently thus building intimacy. Moreover, we are able to show affection to our partners and giving them a sign that we interested in being more than just friends (T. Gamble & M. Gamble, 2013). We find ourselves giving each other nicknames, wearing
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RELATIONSHIPS 4 clothes to impress and using certain posture when conversing. The relationship between Joe Kingman and Monique Vasquez has reached a point where it’s intensified, and they are willing to adhere to the demands of each other. After vigorous ballet training sessions, King performs at a gala with Monique Vasquez and his daughter (Fickman, 2007). Kingman’s teammates are part of the audience, and they are impressed with the performance. Integrating Stage At this juncture, the people close to the couple consider them a unit and that they are in love. Furthermore, the couple starts doing things in preference to their liking such as wearing clothes one companion likes, etc (T. Gamble & M. Gamble, 2013). In the movie “The Game Plan”, the actions displayed by Joe Kingman show that he is love with Monique Vasquez and he arranges for a date with the help of his daughter. Peyton Kelly realizes that his father is interested
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  • Fall '14
  • Prof.Oyawa
  • Interpersonal relationship, Joe Kingman, Monique Vasquez, M. Gamble

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