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Relationships: a key characteristic of a meaningful relationship is the ability of the people involved to listen and respond to each other. They communicate effectively; they are committed to staying in the relationship e when communication is difficult. Would you like the same kind of relationship your parents had? I would not like the same relationship my parents have had because there are secrets and lies. My mother will grant me permission to do something. My stepfather behind my mothers...

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Relationships are essential in shaping our identity” Relationships are essential in shaping our character as influences from both parties challenge and change our ways of thinking, and subsequently affect our behaviour. Key relationships explored in Peter Weir’s film Dead Poets Society, Josh Schwartz’s The Ties that Bind from the television series, The O.C and Tim Winton’s short story Commission reveal how different types of influences can shape an individual. Relationships between Todd and Neil...

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The many relationships we encounter over our life time is what forms and molds us as humans. The way people interact with each other is based on the relationship they have with each other. There are many different types of relationships. For example there are Professional Relationships such as the relationship between you and your business partner or people in your work place. The Three main relationships you develop are Family Relationships, Friend Relationships, and Romantic Relationships. Family...

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Abstract This paper is about different relationships that we have with different people. It discusses the importance of communication in any kind of a relationship and how it affects us. The paper also talks about the three most important relationships we have in our life, which are with family, friendship, and our romantic partner. It discusses different strategies of enhancing our relationships and how we can manage them better. Keywords: relationships, communication, strategy, family, friend...

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Cheyenne Coco Retreat Dr. Sullivan 25. Sept 2013 A relationship is like a plant it needs to be watered, fed and nurtured. A relationship needs common values, time and communication. My relationship with God is based mainly on trust, love and respect. In my opinion I believe that each and every day God influences my life in many different shapes and forms. Some might say there is no God but I don't believe it one bit because each and every day of my life since I was a child I continue to succeed...

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Relationships By Megan Lacroix Relationships are impossible, or are they? Why is it that most relationships don`t work? Man meets woman, they date, move in together, they get married, have children and then they get divorced. This is what most relationships are nowadays. What causes a relationship to fall apart? What relationships should you get out of? And is there such thing as a soul mate? Most people believe that their relationship isn’t like others. They don’t have problems. These...

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love Simple ways to nurture and strengthen your relationship while avoiding the habits that break down your loving connection. For whatever reasons, many people seem to believe that it’s normal and perfectly acceptable to settle for an “okay” relationship. Sometimes, even couples who report that they have a good relationship appear to be confused about what a “good” relationship really means. In other words, they might say they have a nice relationship, yet they seem to experience or express ongoing...

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Developing a positive relationship with children

In my placement classroom we try and develop positive relationships between children and adults throughout the day. Building positive relationships with children in my classroom where each child has their own specific special needs is vitally important. The relationship we build with them will form the foundation for these children to enable them to build positive relationship within their own lives. The 5 children I have in my class all come from secure homes however they are severely challenged...

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Why Relationships Fail

Why Relationships Fail Why is it that when we think we have the perfect person we lose them? It’s something that everyone has to experience in their lives, and it’s one of the hardest concepts to understand why this happens to us. When I look at relationships I think about Stephen R. Covey who once said, “Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” I believe the three keys to why relationships...

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Relationships - Consequence of Choice

Relationships – Consequences of Choice Everyday choices identify our character and have lasting impacts on the relationships experienced with one another. Choice is the determining factor that results in decision making, and ultimately is what leads to all our behaviors and actions. In the story "The Father" by Hugh Garner, he develops the idea that a father's choice of actions toward his son can inadvertently cause discomfort, resulting in an ineffective relationship. The initial choices made...

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