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  • Ryan
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    Ryan: [reading from an email that he relieved from a fan] '... Hey Ryan, I just want to let you know that your show is great. I listen every morning. I also have a question. I heard Dorothy and Jillian (sp?) from Good Day LA saying that you are single.. ' She says, 'Is that true? You " re probably thinking I'm a total stranger, why would I tell you, but like I said I listen every single day. There are times that you and Ellen are disagreeing about something in your relationship. You call your gi...
  • Direct Relationship To Marital Stability
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    Throughout the last half of the century, our society has watched the divorce rate of married couples skyrocket to numbers previously not seen in the past. Although the eighties had experienced a slight decline in divorce rates, half of first marriages still were expected to dissolve before death. (Stacy, 15, 1991) Whatever happened to that meaningful exchange of words, until death do us part, uttered by the bride and groom to each other on their wedding day What could have been the cause of such...
  • Relationship
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    I don't know what hurts more: knowing he kissed someone else or the fact that he didn't do a very good job of covering his tracks", says Pam, a law student at New York University who learned of her boyfriend's indiscretion from a well-meaning friend. When she confronted her guy, he told her he still loved her and it was "no big thing". Pam isn't so sure about that. "I thought we were in a committed relationship", she says. Infidelity comes in many forms, from a few stolen kisses or an e-mail rom...
  • Examples Of Productive Interpersonal Relationships
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    Relationships are a part of everyone's life. Whether it is a relationship with a guy or girl, father mother, or even brother or sister, they all have an emotional effect on a human being. Of course being in love and being attracted to the person is very important, but getting to know the person and establishing a good relationship is what can make or break any kind of relationship. Keep in mind that the majority of a relationship mostly has to do with wants, feelings, thoughts, understandings, a...
  • Anna Through The Relationships
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    The Understanding of Characters Through Relationships Relationships create strong holds in novels. They give a sense of what to base a character's acts and decision's on. Through how the author uses their tone and descriptions, relating to relationships, a sense of characterization can be developed. 'Anna Karenina', by Leo Tolstoy, translated by Joel Carmichael, and 'Chronicle of a Death Foretold', by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, translated by Gregory Rabassa, are no exception to this clause. Relatio...
  • Two Important Interpersonal Relationships
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    January 15, 2004 Notes Interpersonal communication occurs within interpersonal relationships. Interpersonal relationship is the association of two people who are interdependent, they use consistent patterns of interaction, and who have interacted for a descended amount of time. There are two important interpersonal relationships, inclusion and control they both include involving others in the conversation. The difference is control is the ability to influence others, and inclusion is becoming in...
  • Relationship
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    Men & Women: A Cross Cultural Relationship In the Story How to Talk to a Hunter, Pam Houston makes many assumptions about the differences between what men and women expect from a relationship. The relationships men and women hold can almost be viewed as cross cultural in nature. In this story Houston elegantly mimics an average relationship and the problems and differences that arise. Women are much more focused on intimacy in their relationships then men. To a women friendship and connections a...
  • Laura Leaves Rob
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    High Fidelity Rob, the main character in the movie High Fidelity, is experiencing a mid life crisis in his mid 30's. He is beginning to question whether or not his current job is right for him and if t is as fulfilling as he wants it to be; he also begins to question his past relationship and evaluate what went wrong with them. This mid life crisis is onset by his stable live in girlfriend leaving him because of many things but it was mainly triggered by feelings of distance between them and the...
  • My Roommates
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    Strangers Among Us One of the scariest things about coming to college is the thought of living with strangers. Any first-year who's beginning to think that her roommate is a rube and who misses friends from home is far from unique. Learning to get along with a new roommate is often the first big hurdle of college life. Freshman rooming situations can be a nightmare. My oldest friends spent my summer before college telling me horror stories about their first year roommates. One had a roomie who g...
  • Pain Of The Relationship Breakdown
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    Compare and Contrast the ways in which the poet describes the breakdown if the relationship. Comment on the effectiveness of their verse-craft I chose to compare the poems: An Anniversary, by Vernon ScannelDismissal, by John Tripp A Winters Tale, by D.H. Lawrence In the poem 'An Anniversary'; the poet describes the relationship and it's breakdown as two leaves on a river, this is and example of 'Personification'. In contrast to this poem in the poem 'Dismissal'; Tripp describes the breakdown ver...
  • Point In Our Relationship
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    Unit 1: Narrative Essay Feeling complete with your own personal mental and physical standpoints is essential if you ever want a fulfilling relationship. Knowing your own ability to live vigilantly day to day, being gratified with the prospects of how you are living your life up untill this point. This is what determines wether your ready to take the step into entering a relationship. Every point in ones life is a learning experience. Treating past relationships as learning experiences help to be...
  • Third Roadblock To Relationships
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    Relationship Roadblocks The first major topic the text brings forward in chapter 6 is the concept of relationship roadblocks. As the name implies these seven categories act as the downfalls to relationships. The concepts cover a wide range of types of problems from being tongue tied to giving up too much of your self to have a relationship. These concepts also happen at many different stages in relationship development however they primarily occur during the beginning or pre-relationship period....
  • Problems In Their Relationship
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    My first interview was with, Jennifer she is a married 29 year old, with one child. They have been married for five years. The relationship she is in seems to fall right into place with the five stages of interpersonal relationships that are in the book: Contact, involvement, intimacy, deterioration, and repair. The relationship seems to be built on a solid foundation of trust. The relationship started when the two met in college. The attraction theory was in effect when she saw his muscular bod...
  • Six Months Into The Relationship Summertime
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    The young man trying to figure out the opposite sex in an incredibly hard task. Although as the years go by it becomes easier whith every relationship that goes by. Considering now I'm twenty and if I knew when I was sixteen what I know now, I probably could have saved myself from a lot of aggravation, frustration, and much devastation. Being in a relationship always gave me a natural high confidence, just to know that there is someone that is always thinking of you and wondering what you are up...
  • Cars Your Agency
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    Big 1 Car Rental Agency Airport Manager Minneapolis-St. Paul airport Dear Sir, We are deeply concerned with the level of maintenance that is being performed on the cars your agency is renting to our clients. We have received numerous complaints in the past several months of cars not being serviced properly by your employees. We value your relationship, but in order for this relationship to be a happy one, changes have to be made. As we said before, we have had many complaints in the last few mon...
  • Sense Of Equality Amongst Relationships
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    Throughout our lives we see many relationships get started up, and at the same time we witness the breaking up of these relationships. Trust, communication, equality, and respect become key factors essential to a relationship, positioned in your way of thought in ways like parents, school, church, TV, friends, self experience and more. Equality is the one thing that at times, voluntarily or not, gets pushed out of sight giving way to specific gender roles. More harmful than not, is how these ins...
  • Leaves Jig
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    Ernest Hemingway's short story "Hills like White Elephants" is mainly told through the dialogue of two protagonists at a railway station in rural Spain. The labels on the luggage they carry are an indication of their nomadic life, and their conversations reveal their struggling romantic relationship. The girl, Jig, laments that their mundane lifestyle consists of nothing but "look at things and try new drinks" The lack of mentioning of the girl's relationship to the American suggests that their ...
  • Healthy Adults
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    I am wounded, I am broken, my relationships all end in disaster-WHY? As with any personal, spiritual journey it stands to reason we must begin at the beginning. Our relationship building skills were learned from our earliest teachers, those responsible for our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being, specifically, our parents / mentors. The result of earliest personal interactions, excluding inherited mental illness, will determine the outcome of our adult adaptations and the resul...
  • Comparison Levels To The Relationship
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    The theory that will be used in this paper is the Social Exchange Theory. This theory deals with social exchanges within relationships that are fairly similar to exchanges described in economics. The theory assumes that self-interested actors who transact with other self-interested actors do so to accomplish individual goals that they cannot achieve alone. The actor / individual within the relationship each contains something of value to the other, therefore, the two decide whether to exchange a...
  • Relationship Like Dunstan's Relationship With Diane
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    Interpersonal Relationships In Swamp Angel And Fifth Interpersonal Relationships In Swamp Angel And Fifth Business In the novel Swamp Angel the main character, Maggie, asserts that "swimming is like living, it is done alone'. This is, in fact, a very telling statement with respect to the life of both Maggie and the life of Dunstan, the main character in the novel The Fifth Business. Maggie's comparison of life to swimming raises interesting points about the way in which each of the two character...

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