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a statement of feelings and expectations that does not blame or judge the other person
“I” Message
focusing your full attention on what the other person is saying and simultaneously letting that person know that you understand and care
Active Listening
holding back your true feelings and going along with everyone else
Passive
communicating feelings in a way that is threatening or disrespectful
Aggressive
expressing true feelings in a way that does not threaten the other person or make you feel anxious
Assertive
a way of communicating information or feelings nonverbally, through body movements, posture, gestures, and facial expressions
Body Language
meeting someone’s gaze
Eye Contact
working together for a common goal
Cooperation
the willingness of each person to give something up in order to reach agreement
Compromise
a give and take relationship based on mutual trust, acceptance, and common interests or values
Friendship
an ability to understand how another person feels
Empathy
the behaviors and attitudes that are socially accepted as either masculine or feminine
Gender Roles
a narrow, exclusive group of people with similar backgrounds or interests
Clique
a need to conform to the expectations of friends
Peer Pressure
negative feelings about certain groups of people that are based on stereotypes
Prejudices
exaggerated or over generalized beliefs about an entire group such as an ethnic group, religious group, gender, or other
Stereotypes
feelings of intense, sometimes overwhelming, attraction to another person
Infatuation
refers to the openness, sharing, affection, and trust that can develop in a close relationship
Emotional Intimacy
the ability to exist in harmony with another person
Compatibility
the determination to develop a fulfilling relationship
Commitment
the responsibilities that each partner assumes in a marriage
Marital Roles
the use of physical force with the intent to injure or kill
Violence
the intentional killing of one person by another
Homicide
the person who is attacked and physically harmed
Victim
the loss of feeling and movement in some part of the body
Paralysis
a person who physically attacks another person
Assailant
describes the frustration and hostility that sometimes result when people feel unable to improve their lives
Free-Floating Anger
groups that are organized to control a specific neighborhood
Territorial Gangs
people who encourage fights between others but stay out of it themselves
Instigators
a lack of acceptance of another person’s opinions, beliefs, or actions
Intolerance
the unfair mistreatment of a person or group based on prejudices
Discrimination
the small but frequent episodes of discrimination that some people experience
Micro-insults
a process for resolving conflicts that involves a neutral third party
Mediation