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    There has been a perception that long-distance result to break-up of relationships. Nevertheless, it is not automatic that a relationship will break due to long-distance. In the past there are relationships that have thrived very well despite the distance. In most cases, long-distance enables couples to know one another better before getting into a more tight relationship in future. It is apparent that long-distance relationships are subject to numerous challenges. Nevertheless, there are…

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    them, I find that at times a connection on a personal level may be needed before moving forward into the assisting and supporting needs. In the contrary I was not surprised at the differences between intimate and counseling relationships. The differences define that the relationships is that of a working one, and is not focused on the counselor but fully on the client with non reciprocal factors. The differ4ents are understandable and comforting in the fact they provide structure, and guidelines…

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    conveys the theme that over time relationships can grow to be very significant in one's life. He reveals this truth with the use of symbolism, point of view, and character development. Relationships are significant because they shape you into your future self. Losing these relationships could mean creating a more independent version of yourself or losing yourself altogether. In "The Book Thief" character development links with the creation and development of a relationship, especially with…

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    Relationships and experiences shape an individual’s sense of belonging. To what extent is this view represented in your prescribed text and ONE text of your own choosing? Introduction An individual's sense of belonging is fundamentally shaped by two key factors - relationships and experiences. Belonging is an inherent human need in which we strive for acceptance and security through others. A sense of belonging is vital for our survival and existence, as it reinforces our…

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    How to Make a Long Distance Relationship Work Before we kick-off our topic - How to Make a Long Distance Relationship Work – here is an important word from the sponsors. Romance Advisor does not fancy long distance relationships. If you 're about to dive heart first into a long distance relationship (LDR), the odds aren 't with you. If you 're already involved in one, do you feel the benefits outweigh the risks? There are two types of LDRs the Whirlwinds and the Exclusives. 1) Whirlwinds…

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    In “Soldier’s Home” written by Ernest Hemingway, Harold Krebs, referred to as Krebs, is a young man who has just returned home from Germany where he served in the Army during World War I. However, his transition from a soldier of war to a citizen in his society proves to be harder than the people around him expect. In “A Sorrowful Woman” written by Gail Godwin, the woman is a wife and mother who falls ill and decides to keep herself away from both of them. Both Krebs and the woman display…

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    hate" Martin Lawrence once said in a motion picture where he exhibited all the shocking and deceitful approaches to build up a relationship, as a result of his actions it did not end well. Some people believe relationships are difficult to develop. People who have had bad experiences in relationships, may continue with the same pattern of dealing with issues. Relationships host many key parts from two people to make it effective. Connections can be mind-bending, yet there are numerous approaches…

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    Scar By Don Aker Analysis

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    Relationships can change very easily. Sometimes the way you handle the conflict effect your relationship with others a lot. In the short story “Scars” by Don Aker, Daniel and his father were having unhealthy relationship, however, Daniel’s realization about his father’s action change the relationship between them. This story reminded me about the year I had a big conflict with my friends. I had friends who walk to and from school together. I thought I was building good relationships with them,…

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    a healthy relationship in different ways. For example, communication allows for a free flow of thoughts from both people, to prevent conflict. It also allows each person to show how they feel and what they are thinking, good and bad. Honesty is important because, in order to maintain a healthy relationship, a couple must be truthful with each other and should never lie to each other. Compromise is important because it is a good way to solve problems that might occur in the relationship. It also…

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    professionals understand how attachment affects the client throughout their life in a positive or negative way. To include helping professionals are able to develop a theory on the events that occurred in the client life, which may have resulted to relationship imbalance. According to Malekpour…

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