Chapter 6: Types of Interpersonal Relationships
Chapter 6: Types of Interpersonal Relationships Comm 101-026
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Date Created: 10/21/15
1 Family Chapter 6 Types of Interpersonal Relationships 2 Friends 3 Romantic Romantic Partners Staircase Pages 128130 Steps Upward 1 Initiating First step very rst set of interactions initial greetings 2 Experimenting Small talk discover commonalities 3 Intensifying Increase in communication intimacy and connectedness 4 Integrating Special songs and special places organizing daily activities around each other begin to think and act alike quotourquot and quotwequot replaces quotIquot 5 Bonding Last step of cial commitment such as jewelry marriage and civil union Steps Downward Differentiating First step each wants time for their own personal interests to express their individuality the use of quotIquot returns Circumscribing Shorter amounts of time together Stagnating Minimal interest and less shared activities Avoiding Separate bedrooms and work schedules trial separation Terminating Separation becomes nal each relocates divorce Understanding SelfDiscipline Guidelines Should be intentional or voluntary Beware of the breadth and depth Should be reciprocated both parties Should occur in layers increments and in similar amounts pages 132134 Breadth Range of topics about you Depth How much information about the topic you can reveal about yourself
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