How Personal Are Your Relationships?

940 WordsOct 30, 20164 Pages
How Personal Are Your Relationships? 1. Complete the “How Personal Are Your Relationships” Questions. For the purposes of this exercise, be sure to list several people who are close to you. 1. Make a list of several people who are close to you (e.g. family members, people you live with, friends, coworkers, and so on) a) My brother b) My father c) My high school friend 2. Use a scale (from 1-5) that follow to rate each relationship. My brother a) Uniqueness 5 b) Replace ability 5 c) Dependence 3 d) Disclosure 5 e) Intrinsic rewards 5 My father a) Uniqueness 5 b) Replace ability 5 c) Dependence 4 d) Disclosure 4 e) Intrinsic rewards 5 My high school friend a) Uniqueness 5 b) Replace ability 3 c) Dependence 3 d) Disclosure 3 e) Intrinsic rewards 4 3. Consider comparing your results with your classmates or friends. 4. After completing the questions, ask yourself the important question: How satisfied are you with the answers you found? Uniqueness 1 (Standardized, habitual) 2 3 4 5 (Unique) Replaceability 1 (Replaceable) 2 3 4 5 (Irreplaceable) Dependence 1 (Independent) 2 3 4 5 (Interdependent) Disclosure 1 (Low disclosure) 2 3 4 5 (High disclosure) Intrinsic Rewards 1 (Unrewarding) 2 3 4 5 (Rewarding) 2. For each person, be sure to use the scales to evaluate how personal your relationships are. My
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