The Term Effects Of Dependability In The Family

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Dependability Imagine that you’ve asked your brother to let you borrow their car because you have a job interview that you must attend on Friday. You let your brother know about your interview and request permission to use his car a week prior to your interview. When Friday comes, you cannot find your brother anywhere in the house. When you call him, he picks up and says that he is truly sorry and that his girlfriend wanted to go out to the movies. You are obviously affected by his absence because you can no longer show up to an interview. If you look closer, however, you will start to grasp the concept to the long term effects. You will no longer be able to trust your brother, which will also affect the way you communicate with each other at home. When you can’t depend on somebody for the simple things, you definitely can’t depend on them for anything …show more content…
Dependability is very important in and out of work and has a huge impact on those who expect to depend on you. By the book, “dependability” is defined as the quality of being able to be counted on or relied upon. When you always do everything that you say you will and never make promises you cannot keep, this is an example of dependability. That just means that Dependability is nothing but a word. The word Love has a textbook definition too. Love is an intense feeling of deep affection. Love is different in the eyes of each individual in this world. One can say that he or she “loves” pizza, but I highly doubt that Said Person has “an intense feeling of deep affection.” The point I’m trying to get across is that dependability is much more than just its definition. Being dependable is important (especially as a United States Marine) because when it comes down to the thinnest string, your superiors and juniors will turn to you as their only source to get the

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