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98.(p. 93)Sally's jealousy is an indicator of A.possessiveness.B. love.C. intimacy.D. commitment.
Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationBloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLearning Objective: Identify common challenges of forming and maintaining intimate relationshipsTopic Area: Common Relationship Challenges 99.(p. 93)If Jake and Sally were to marry without changes in the basic elements of their relationship, the marriage will probably end in divorce because
Accessibility: Keyboard NavigationBloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLearning Objective: Identify common challenges of forming and maintaining intimate relationshipsTopic Area: Common Relationship Challenges Essay Questions100. As relationships grow, many couples face challenges. List and describe three of the common challenges you have experienced or observed, and give strategies for coping with each. Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLearning Objective: Identify common challenges of forming and maintaining intimate relationshipsTopic Area: Common Relationship Challenges
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101. Lupe and Jason disagree about their Friday night plans. Their argument ends with Lupe yelling, "You never agree to do anything with my friends." Jason responds as he rushes off to a class, "You always overreact about everything." Provide five practical suggestions that might help Lupe and Jason resolve their conflict; you can include ideas about where, when, and how they communicate. Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLearning Objective: Explain some elements of healthy and productive communicationTopic Area: Effective Communication 102. List two positive and two potentially negative things about: (1) being single, (2) cohabiting with a partner, and (3) being married. Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: RememberLearning Objective: Describe different types of love relationships and the stages they often go throughTopic Area: Love Types and Stages 103. Argue for or against same sex-marriages using only facts. (Do not give opinions.) Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeBloom's Taxonomy: EvaluateLearning Objective: Describe different types of love relationships and the stages they often go throughTopic Area: Love Types and Stages 104. Couples who successfully weather the stresses of a new baby seem to have three characteristics in common. Name and describe them. Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: RememberLearning Objective: List some characteristics of successful families and some potential problems families faceTopic Area: Successful Family Traits
105. Researchers have proposed six major qualities that appear in strong families. Identify and explain at least three of these qualities. Answers will varyBloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLearning Objective: List some characteristics of successful families and some potential problems families faceTopic Area: Successful Family Traits

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