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    Multitude of studies have measured aspects that impact people’s relationship with others. A common trend in these studies is researching effects that impact romantic relationships, though few analyze conditions that may impact an individual’s desired age to be married. This study presents evidence found in Stern (2011), Robertson et al. (2014), and McCullough et al. (2012) to further expand on certain aspects that affect an individual’s desired age to be married. Stern (2011) explored a correlation

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    Relationship Satisfaction among XU college students who are in a Romantic Relationship Echem, Andrea Ines A. Lomadilla, Muriel E. andrea_echem@yahoo.com muriellomadilla@yahoo.com Montero, Precious Jihan B. Pabelonio, Beia Lyka B. preciousjihan@yahoo.com.ph beialyka24@yahoo.com Rationale College counselors report that a real reason that students look for counseling service is because of having problems with their partners (Creasey, Kershaw

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    are involved in a romantic relationship or will be eventually. The most common romantic relationship includes the sexual dating relationship, the domestic partnership, and the marriage. The adults or partners involved in these relationships inevitably reach a point of conflict and how they react to the conflict can show whether the partners are a securely, avoidant, or anxious attached person. The securely attached adults usually have a positive view when dealing with relationship issues. Whereas,

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    can a person's romantic relationship affect his or her friendships? In the book Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare, there is both romantic relationships and friendships. In a perfect world the amount of time spent in a relationship and in a friendship would be exactly the same. However, it is not possible to exactly measure the time spent with each group. When evaluating friendships and romantic relationships, friendships should be prioritized over romantic relationships. While evaluating

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    CONFLICT IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS As long as people have gotten romantically involved with one another, there has been conflict within those relationships. Some people argue that conflict is bad for the relationship and will ultimately lead to the demise of that relationship. Others argue that the conflict is good for the relationship and will help it to flourish. Conflict can be both positive and negative for a relationship. It can both help and hinder the relationship. No matter

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    the desire to belong to others during adolescence. As a consequence, it is clear that over the time, romantic relationships gain in importance. Adolescents crave to hold an intimate romantic relationship to which love is made and received without restriction. It is according to the need to belong theory by which souls possess the determination to join with others in enduring, faithful relationships. Furthermore, the hypothesis states that humans “share” the same need to be a part or connected with

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    variables are included in the scale to accurately measure what we are looking for, which are the effects. Each question reflects how either negative attachments or positive attachments affects the way people get engage in romantic relationships. Questions such as “It helps to turn to my romantic pattern in times of need, ” “I turn to my partner for many things, including comfort and reassurance,” “I do not often worry about being abandoned,” and “I usually discuss my problems and concerns with my partner

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    Thought Paper After reading the chapter “Romantic Communication in Intimate Relationships: The Romantic Construal Model”, I was left with a lot of new knowledge. The Romantic Construal Model, which identifies how people judge romantic acts via personalization, specialness and conveyed value, is something that I had never heard of before and enjoyed learning about, but like with any new concept I was left with lots of questions as well as relations to other things I have previously learned. For this

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    M. (2012). Comparisons of close relationships: An evaluation of relationship quality and patterns of attachment to parents, friends, and romantic partners in young adults. Canadian Journal Of Behavioural Science / Revue Canadienne Des Sciences Du Comportement, 44(4), 245-256. doi:10.1037/a0028013 The article explains how the study was being investigate with parents participating relationship quality and attachment patterns in relationships to friends and romantic partners to test two competing models

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    In current society there are unrealistic expectations of young romantic relationships. These “Perfect relationships” are formed through photos and posts on social media, such as Twitter. The stereotypical “perfect” relationship can also be portrayed in some Music, Movies and TV Shows. Relationships in my opinion should be limited when it comes to posting things on social media. Personally, I try to keep mine private because it can lose some meaning when everyone else knows all the small details

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