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    This is causing so many families enough pain and grief to the point of divorce. Divorce is an obvious sign of an unhealthy family. Divorce doesn’t just affect the parents, but children are dragged through the experience as well. Social media definitely has a negative affect on the family through this aspect. One of the positive affects that social media has on family is that it can create deeper connections. Any type of social media makes it incredibly convenient to stay involved: apply this to the family and this can have a very positive effect. This also builds a stronger relationship between children and parents. Social media has made it possible to share moments with anyone including the family. Another way that social media has affected the family is that it has broaden the opportunities of communication. It is so easy to constantly be communicating with another person in any location. Families get spread out all over the world, and have a hard time keeping connections with…

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    Exposure In Children

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    child’s life where it affects them physically but also mentally. Cognitive abilities such as reasoning, memory, and problem solving constantly develop in a child’s childhood. Piaget was known for developing an interest in the mental stability of children. His point was that children are not less intelligent than adults, but that they simply think differently. As a child learns to adapt to existing schemas, their experiences and new information can either completely change or not affect them at…

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    I am a customer service supervisor at a large bank’s customer service center. Evidence of emotional dissonance presents itself daily. The bank has a set of core values that all employees are expected to portray. We have clear and emphasized display norms. Each of my bankers contacts averages between three and four minutes. Each call, no matter the length or reason, is expected to be used to enhance the customer relationship. This tight control over what can and cannot be displayed proves…

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    financially and intellectually. When I admit to her these feelings, she gives me positive feedback and encouraging words. 3. Once you recognize the power you have to shape another’s self-concept, ask yourselves what responsibility each of you has to treat the other person in a supportive manner when you are faced with delivering a potentially critical message. Since do we have an affect on one another and our feelings, we need to take into account our feelings and how we deliver the message.…

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    Love is a motivation for people to fight, defend, and mature for. Lucius Apuleius' myth, Cupid and Psyche, tells the story of the strength and determination of the mortal needed to regain a lost love. Francesca Lia Block's modern retelling, Psyche's Dark Night, emphasizes the many issues that affect relationships and explores the pain that accompanies dating. The retelling offers a new look into love and whether or not it is worth all the pain that accompanies it. The updated setting and…

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    began calling Margaret a different name because her friend suggested it. “ Well, that may be, but the name’s too long. I’d never bother myself. I’d call her Mary if I was you” (Angelou 76). This shows an insight to Mrs. Viola Cullinan’s identity, because it shows how she does what people say, and goes along with it, even though she might not agree. However, Margaret was furious, because her identity is important to her. Even though she had a low status in society, she wasn’t going to allow…

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    Negativity: The Destroyer of Results Negative emotion: usually an unpleasant or unhappy emotion which is evoked in individuals to express a negative affect towards an event or person (Psychology Dictionary). An example of a negative emotion is sadness, anxiety, guilt, shame/embarrassment, and more. A person’s response to conflict shows what type of person someone is. One of the best ways that a person can react to conflict is by avoiding negative emotions and feelings. Negative thoughts can…

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    Affect effect people, the emotion effect people through media, like people are watching video or listening music thus they will feel happy or sad, this is how emotion works. An emotion is a subjective content, the sociolinguistic fixing of the quality of an experience which is from that point onward defined as personal. Emotion is qualified intensity, the conventional, consensual point of insertion of intensity into semantically and semiotically formed progressions, into narrativizable…

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    Loss In Najmah's Life

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    (AGG)Loss affects all of us in our lifetime some at an older age and some at a very, very young age. (BS-1)Najmah experiences the loss of both her father and brother when they are being taken by the Taliban, this has a massive negative affect on her. (BS-2) the loss of Najamh’s mother greatly affects her both physically and emotionally.(BS-3) Najmah runs into a serious stop in her journey she is faced with the decision to trust a stranger or leave, which could mean risking her life. (TS) In…

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    recruitment of the subjects were of a widespread range of martial satisfaction and discussed topics relevant to them personally. The research did not include specific cultural background information on any of the 79 couples. The data from the video recordings of both laboratory settings were analyzed using an observational coding system and the Specific Affect Coding System (SPAFF; Gottman, 1996). For the purpose of reliability, Gottman and Levenson (1999) had a human observer double check the…

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