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    further research, I analyzed a study done by researchers from Binghamton University and University College of London with 5,705 participants. This study, like the studies mentioned before, agreed that women suffer more than men emotionally and physically when ending a relationship but tend to recover within a certain time. To my surprise, though, majority of the men that go through a breakup almost never recover. They just move forward with their lives. Conclusion Ending a relationship is something all individuals have to go through, it is part of life. Overall, by analyzing the studies one can make the conclusion that ending a relationship is hard on individuals regardless of your ethnicity, race, class year, or age. It affects most human beings negatively causing emotional and physical pain. From the studies analyzed, there was one factor that made a difference and that was gender. Females suffer more than men right after a breakup. Fortunately, there are ways to cope with a breakup such as finding moral support from family and friends, exercising more often, talking to a psychologist, and finding closure with that relationship.…

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    A key aspect of humanity is the ability for people to form bonds between each other and create relationships, both intimately and in a broader sense. These bonds which people form are what define humanity. These bonds can both be positive and negative in nature, however every relationship can create a strain on people in that relationship. Sometimes even when it is a loving relationship strain can be in place, which highlights the complexity of human relationships. Pat Barker and Jonathon…

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    Place Attachment Analysis

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    2.4 Place attachment Essentially, the term place attachment refers to ‘affective bond’ between people (individuals or group) and a significant environment, which is developing over time (Scannell and Gifford, 2010). However, due to ‘the proliferation of concepts and measurements proposed for characterising emotional bonds between humans and places’ (Manzo and Devine-Wright, 2014, p. 125), place attachment has a diversity of definitions. These definitions, however, remain scattered in the…

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    IMVU Community Analysis

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    Moreover, in Turkles Alone Together, she exemplifies her worry for online social networking sites because of their ability to allow humans to edit themselves and manage their relationships (2011). Throughout my interaction with the IMVU community, I found that numerous people using online communities to build relationships were looking for a way out of their past imperfect ones. They loved being able to communicate when they felt like it and return to the real world where the relationship no…

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    for how he can end break-ups. He wants to predict the future and be happy so he doesn’t have to worry in life. Colin learned that “the future will erase everything--there’s no level of fame or genius that allows you to transcend oblivion. “The infinite future makes that kind of mattering impossible.”(213) Colin learns that even if you are a prodigy, the future is inevitable, the future is a new time and a new chapter in life. The book teaches not only to be yourself but teaching what really…

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    Paul James Youngbauer III, my best friend and my biggest problem. From the first time I met him, Paul was like something out of a movie. With the general demeanor of a cartoon character and the passion of the hero of a Shakespearian tragedy, to describe Paul as unique couldn’t be more of an understatement. That was the quality that made him my best friend, and the quality that caused me more trouble than I’ve ever had to deal with in my life. He had a knack for getting himself into trouble, and…

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    communication patterns and the ways people relate to each other will effectively treat depression (“Psychotherapies,” n.d.). By addressing interpersonal issues, interpersonal therapy for depression puts emphasis on the way symptoms are related to a person’s relationships, including family and peers (“Interpersonal Therapy,” n.d.). The immediate goals of treatment are rapid symptom reduction and improved social adjustment. The long-term goal is to enable people with depression to make their own…

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    One Sided Break Ups. Dating can be a wonderful and joyful experience but it can also be an emotional roller coaster of life, other times it just doesn’t work out. From casual relations to romantic ones, journeying into the next step of being in a relationship should be taken with caution. I thought that I had found that one person, but unfortunately the relationship didn’t work out. Sometimes the ending really is the worse part, being on the receiving end of the terminated relationship really…

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    Types of relationships in love The authenticity of our relationship in love can make a world a difference in the quality of love we give, gain, and share. In considering that idea as a general truth, we must turn inward and weigh the length of our own relationship. But, how are we to know what kind of love we are in or we are fighting for? In fact, they are a lot of kinds of relationships in love; pleasure is merely mine to elaborate on three of them, such as Honest,…

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    Social Network’s Effect on Relationships The monster that has become social media can put a lot of extra stress on friendships, families, and relationships these days. Social media takes a toll on friendships when groups of friends are torn apart by drama and other forms of miscommunication. Families that are constantly keeping their attention on social media are risking the chance of having a normal family relationship. Being in a relationship, and the constant activity on social media, it is…

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