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    Do all past relationships change who people are in their future, even if it's a good relationship? All the answers to this will not be the same. Relationships can change people in a good way or in a bad way. People can take these relationships to the heart and way too serious. Others wouldn´t take it too seriously and wouldn't care. Relationships can make people stronger and also people can make them miserable. People can have a bad relationship with their family. For example, the story

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    Over time the relationships you have with your siblings change, you can start out not liking each other and then in later life being to love or tolerate each other ("Brothers, Sisters and Aging Parents", 2014). Late adulthood is defined as being over the age of sixty-five (Later Adulthood, n.d.). The sibling relationships is forced relationships that are maintained by the siblings to foster a lifelong relationship (Martin, Anderson, & Rocca, 2005). Siblings play very different roles for each other

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    efforts and support for a period my family needed it the most. They occasionally visited for Christmas and for four of their granddaughters’ quince, including mine. I visited them four times in Mexico. Because they live in Mexico is it hard to keep constant contact with them. But they both had a huge influence and I have great respect for them. When they visited Nebraska, they stayed in the household for a couples of weeks. The most important extended family relationships are with my mom’s sisters and

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    at relationships, whether marital, parent-child, sibling, or peer relationships, they each enforce different demands through interactions with one another (Aksan, Goldsmith, Essex, & Vandell, 2013). One relationship that has the longest interaction is sibling relationships, it is arguably the longest relationship an individual experiences and it can continue through the lifespan (Cicirelli, 1995). As the siblings grow their relationship becomes more egalitarian than other family relationships (Cicirelli

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    Families Influence A person's relationship with their family can greatly impact that person's life and decisions. Relationship between the family members can also change a person's fate. In stories and poems like Sonny’s Blues, The Third bank by The River, and Picture Pride, the author or the main character in the story have experiences with their family members that influence how they think and feel. The experiences can be life changing in both a positive and a negative way. In the poem Picture

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    In this skills session my client brought her relationship with her mother and her feelings about that relationship. She brought feelings of “sadness” “hurt” “upset” and “grief”. She states early in the session “I’m constantly searching for some sort of love” and “affection from her”. She describes feeling neglected and disregarded by her mother and the rest of her family. She admits that these feelings have “stretched into the rest of her life” and have left her feeling “unworthy” “not good enough”

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    human connections: your relationships with friends and family.” I am Milagro Falcon my sisters’ opposite, my mothers’ follower, and my friends’ deepest supporter. A relationship can constitute many things not just a romantic relationship. As a young adult I still have not had a romantic relationship with someone yet that does not mean I do not have other relationships. I do have a certain relationship with my family and friends thus my relationship personality and relationship personality traits differ

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    Having a relationship is like having a wall for support, like having someone to lean on. A relationship needs trust, loyalty, and respect. Without these, the relationship will not succeed. Relationships need hard work and dedication, nothing good will come from an easy relationship. Although completely different, each type of relationship shows importance to the social growth of people. In life, people encounter many different types of relationships: family, casual, intimate, and friendships. Family

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    My Family Relationship

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    A primary relationship in my life would have to be with my mother. This may sound a little strange; however, I used to not be around my mother often. My mom and I had a bad relationship when I was growing up. We fought constantly, or she was never home to support me. Despite this, my mother and I have a very good relationship now. I tell her everything about my life and we go out to lunch and mingle. She is very supportive, listens to my problems, and she tries to help me with my needs. The fundamental

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    My Family Relationship

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    Once a close friendship is built with someone, eventually, a relationship with their mothers has to be established; whether it is a close or just a comfortable relationship. We all have felt or acted a certain way toward our friends’ mothers. The friendships I have established with some of my friend’s moms are handled at different extremities, ranging from “nice weather we’re having” to the coffee talks. Each has a different personality that allows us to classify them into certain groups; some are

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