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  • Perceptions Of Change In Feelings With Couples
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    A Review of I Love You More Today Than Yesterday: Romantic Partners Perceptions of Changes in Love and Related Affect Over Times intimate relationships grow over time, the romantic partners feelings toward each other will most likely change. In this four year, five wave, longitudinal study intimate couples provided reports on their perceived changes of their level of love, satisfaction, and commitment along with contemporaneous scales on the same attributes at the end of each stage. All the coup...
  • One Person In A Relationship
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    Once in a person's lifetime, everyone finds this one perfect person whom they fall hopelessly in love with and live happily ever after. That is a mere fallacy, in the real world, this simply does not happen. Yes, people do have common interests and therefore develop romantic involvement, but it is basic common sense that these relationships have a life span and simply cannot last. Real life relationships are definitely more like "The Real World" rather than "Romeo and Juliet". Romanticism is won...
  • One Person In The Relationship
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    We live our lives waiting for who we think is the perfect person, but in reality that never happens. When we hear the word relationship, we think of a man and a woman. Being in a relationship is more than just being intimate. There are different kinds of relationship such as husbands and wives, parent and child, or just friend to friend. Some people say it takes two people to make a relationship fail. When two people meet, they usually know from the begining if they want to be with that person o...
  • Relationship Between Gatsby And Daisy
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    Stanford R. Fox 06/07/2005 Period. 1 The Great Gatsby Essay In all human life relationships are very important, and this is shown in many different aspects of human life. Relationships are so significant that Authors often use them as the revolving point of their stories. Such as in The Great Gatsby the author F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the different relationships as the revolving point in his story. Fitzgerald shows how the relationships between the couples in The Great Gatsby are similar in many...
  • Person In A Long Distance Relationship
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    Long Distance Relationships Can Be Painful: But They Don't Have to Be I have fallen into a problem that many people have had to deal with during some part of their life, some more than others have. Long-distance relationships are hard on the heart, hard on the soul, and hard on the self. Many men and women meet in places that neither of the two will ever visit again, such as cruises, vacations, and visiting far-away relatives for long periods of time. These chance meetings sometimes spark flames...
  • Couple's Routine Arguments
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    In the short story "Say Yes" by Tobias Wolff, the couple is able to keep romance in their marriage as shown through their routine arguments, the symbols in the story, and the end result of making up. They spice up their marriage through routine arguments, with the expectation of romance later on. When they first start the night's arguments, the husband notices a "look" in his wife's eyes that tells him, through experience, "he should keep his mouth shut" (444). The husband never does though. "Ac...
  • Couple's Relationship Needs
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    Look Before You Leap A Close Look Before the Marital Relationship Marriage is a life-long commitment. Couples must prepare for marriage in a way that will set a foundation for the rest of their lives. This preparation includes a serious examination by both partners of the positives and negatives of their relationship. Both partners need to be fully aware of what they are getting into. Most preparation for getting married is for the actual wedding itself. Couples do not see that there is so much ...
  • The Pleasures Of Love Robertson Davies
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    No doubt society has been mystified with the perpetual definition of the pleasures of love. Defining the universal meaning was a difficult matter, even trying to explain it seemed to take aeons. Time is awfully short in this world and society's patience to unravel the pleasures of love was all but vanished. From there, individuals have taken up the cause and defined these ever mysterious words on their own beliefs. Today, most people's perception of love is firmly placed on the sexual aspects wh...
  • Common Characteristic Of Dual Trauma Couples
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    Journal of Marital and Family Therapy The interpersonal dynamics and treatment of dual trauma couples, Vol. 22, No. 4, 1996,431-442. Dennis Balcom NARRATIVE: The author of this article explores the complex and intense challenges for couples and marital therapists dealing with trauma survival dyads. These unique challenges in organizing and implementing treatment are experienced by therapists treating both partners in a couple who are survivors of trauma. Therapists are often faced with complicat...
  • Issue Of Interracial Relationships
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    Many controversial issues storm the world today. Everyone has opinions about how they view these issues. Some of the most popular issues are; legalizing marijuana, abortion, interracial relationships, gun control, and homelessness. The issue of discussion here is that of interracial relationships. This was chosen because everyone in the world is affected by or is around them. This issue is also something that can be discussed by everyone. Some people do not mind dating outside of their race and ...
  • Legal Recognition Of Same Sex Relationships
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    Lord Penzance defined marriage in the case of Hyde vs. Hyde and Woodman see (1986) LR 1 P. &D. 130 when he started 'I conceive marriage, as understood in Christendom, may be defined as the voluntary union for life of one man and one woman, to the exclusion of others'. It has been confide both in section 46 (1) of the Marriage Act and section 43 (a) of the Family Law Act. Marriage is therefore defined as 'the union of a man and a women'. Consequently same sex couples are not able to legally marry...
  • Fighting Tactic
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    Some Alienating Practices "This is to much see you later I'll be back some other time! !' This is a classic signature of a fight tactic known as fight evading. Fight tactics are designed to create distance between the feuding couple. While many may think that this is helping the situation in reality it is making it worse. Other fight evading tactics used by many especially conflict-habituated couples are: Leaving the house or the scene when a fight threatens Turning sullen and refusing to argue ...

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