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Emotional support

Displays of caring love trust and empathy for example one close friends and family members provide a listening ear about frustrations in pain

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Instrumental support

Concrete help and service example of roommate caring about pack for someone with crutches and making sure things are tidy

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Informational support

Advice suggestions and information

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Belonging support

Sharing activities or sense of belonging for example encouragement and doing the same things

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Social network

People you know who can provide social support when needed

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Social capital

Collective value of all the people in your social network and the likelihood of those people providing social support when you need it

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Bonding social capital

Info about daily life love and support typically from your closest circle and spirit of influence

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Bridging social capital

Interacting with those who help you get into college work move up at work or buy a house

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Relational connectedness

Mutually rewarding face-to-face connectedness

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Collective connectedness

Feeling that you are part of a community or group

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Behavioral interdependence

The mutual impact that people have on each other as their lives intertwine this is healthy when it goes bad it’s called codependency

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Democratic parenting

Acknowledge child’s perspective ask what they think, use power in reason to enforce their standards

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Children with democratic parents

Emotionally healthy and happy, energetic friendly self-reliant and cheerful cope well with stress

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Authoritarian parenting

More rigid rules and expectations and strictly enforce them, expect and demand obedience from the children

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Children of them authoritarian parents

Rebel and adolescence, conflicted can you be moody and I Bonable to stress they tend to become bullies

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Permissive parenting

Let child preferences take priority over their ideals rarely force child to conform to their standards

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Children of permissive parents

Impulsive and aggressive, often rebellious domineering and low achievers

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Rejecting parenting, active

Rigid and unachievable expectations regarding how the child should behave, use critical words to reject the child at home and in public

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Children with rejecting parents

Difficult T feeling cared for, Immature have psychological problems

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Uninvolved parenting, passive

Doesn’t pay much attention to Childs knees, let the child preferences prevail as long as it doesn’t affect her interfere their own activities

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Children of uninvolved parents

Feel left on that on without emotional support, withdrawn loaners and low achievers

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Secure attachment style infant

Infants are able to explore and play a part from mother, show distress when left with a stranger but Soum resume and explore and play, I believe mother or caregiver is sensitive to their needs

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Dismissive/avoidant attachment style infants

Insecure infants become somewhat be attached to caregiver show little preference over caregiver or stranger, avoid an infinite experience with their primary caregivers is called rejecting and distracting

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Anxious/ambivalent attachment style infants

Tend to cling to caregiver and shows anxiety around new situations or people, excuse variance primary caregiver as being inconsistent

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Secure attachment style as adults

Willingness to get close to others and feel secure in a relationship

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Dismissive/avoidant attachment style in adults

Manifest to trying to gain control by having distance from partner, more comfortable with self-reliance the sympathy

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Inches/ambivalent attachment style in adults

They desire to remain high levels of closeness, interest for rejections or abandonment, behavior is it interpreted as clingy or needy

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Explorers are attracted to

Other explorers or really open to anybody dopamine

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Builders attracted to

Builders, serotonin

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Directors attracted to

Negotiators, testosterone

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Negotiators attracted to

Directors, or another negotiators, estrogen

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Top four categories of attraction

Physical, similarity, propinquity, self-esteem

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Physical attractiveness myth

Only shallow people use the looks in selecting a partner

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Physical attractiveness truth

Physical attractiveness is one of the top three factors for both sexes in selecting a partner

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Physical attractiveness

More important to men because they’re hardwired to populate, diminishes in importance with long-term relationships, tractive people are more south excepting South excepting is more attractive, a sign positive traits to attractive people even if they might not possess

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Similarity myth

Opposites always attract

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Similarity truth

More attractive to genetically and behaviorally similar

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Similarity

Opposite to make up for deficit, or put off by people who are significantly different, can communicate if not interested, create communication and conversation similarly, similarities make relationship more stable and satisfying

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Propinquity

Proximity or near nest, tend to be attracted to people who live near or close to us

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Self-esteem

Preferred those who have similar levels of self-esteem

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The four stages of relationships

Initial meeting and awareness, selection, developing intimacy, maintaining or dissolving

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Initial meeting and awareness

Propinquity and similarity, Same leisure interest, social class, setting

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Selection

Contains Norms, compromise, fears

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Norms


Expected patterns of behavior

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Compromise

Self reflection and leading to adjustments

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Fears

Negative self talk or perceived threats

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Developing intimacy

Contain self disclosure and interdependence and commitment

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Self disclosure

The honest revealing of oneself to another, attracted to similar levels, requires trust like being Bonable, helps shape relationship and link partnership together

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Inter dependence and commitment

Dependence, healthy, does it fill some emotional needs, each partner has same level of power, relationships with all part on unbalanced power

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Maintaining or dissolving

Contains evaluation, compare and despair, dissolution

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Evaluation

Wayne cost of rewards, level of commitment reflects, what’s fulfill needs now may change

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Compare and despair

Partners compare themselves to peers

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Dissolution

Choice to end, construct becomes deconstruct, build esteam, attack esteem

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Types of marriages classified by nature of the relationship

Devitalized, financially focus, conflicted couples, traditional couples, balance couples, harmonious couples, vitalize couples

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Devitalized

40%, This group was dissatisfied to some extent on all nine dimensions, thinking about divorce

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Financially focused

11%, Dissatisfied on a number of other dimensions, but agreed on how finances were handled

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Conflicted couples

14%, Dissatisfied on some dimensions, but very satisfied on other dimensions

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Traditional couples

10%, Tend to be satisfied with family and friends and most other dimensions, except for communication and sex

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Balanced couples

8%, Do well in all dimensions including communication and solving except for financial management

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Harmonious couples

8%, Great satisfaction in all areas of marriage, except parenting as they see it as a burden

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Vitalized couples

9%, Highly satisfied and all nine dimensions

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Devitalized marriage characteristics

Younger, married few were years, lower income bracket, come from divorced homes, have been more in second marriages

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Vitalize marriage characteristics

Older, longer years, higher income bracket, come from in tact homes, more first marriages