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relationships and sexuality

by: Shabree Bost

relationships and sexuality CDFR 4006

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Shabree Bost
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notes from 4-4-16
Families, Sexuality, and Gender
Dr. Kate Harcourt
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sex, sexuality, Relationships, love, communication
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shabree Bost on Sunday April 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CDFR 4006 at a university taught by Dr. Kate Harcourt in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views.

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Date Created: 04/10/16
Relationships and Sexuality notes  Marriage trends o Cohabitation o Same-Sex Couples o Homogamy o Intermarriage  Expectations o Weddings o Marriage o The We vs. The Me o Perfection o Self-Identity  Five Love Languages o Words of Affirmation o Quality Time o Receiving Gifts o Acts of Service o Physical Touch  4 Common Myths about Marital dysfunction o Myth 1 – Affairs cause divorces o Myth 2 – Gender differences cause divorce o Myth 3 – Communication problems cause marital conflict o Myth 4 – Not having a “quid pro quo”  4 Truths about Marital dysfunction o Truth 1:  Ratio of positive to negative interactions in happy couples is 20 to 1  In Conflicted couples is 5 to 1  In soon-to-divorce couples is 0.8 to 1. o Truth 2:  Marriages tend to end at one of two times:  5-7 years due to high conflict  10-12 years due to the loss of intimacy and connection o Truth 3:  In arguments 3 types emerge: attacker, soother, avoider  Type of person less important than mismatch between the couple o Truth 4:  Most problematic issues (69%) don’t get solved, they get managed


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