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INTIMACY

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  1. INTIMACY • Attraction • Need (two theories) • Schutz’s • Affection • Inclusion • Control

  2. MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS SELF ACTUALIZATION Personal growth and fulfillment AESTHETIC NEEDS Beauty,balance, form COGNITIVE NEEDS Knowledge,meaning,self awareness ESTEEM NEEDS Achievement,status,responsibility,reputation BELONGINESS/LOVE NEEDS Family,affection,relationships, work group SAFETY NEEDS Protection,security,law,etc. BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS Food,clothing,shelter

  3. RELATIONSHIP DEVELOP. [coming together] (Knapp) • Initiating • Experimenting • Intensifying • Integrating* • Bonding* • *Maintenance stages • Page 134(model)

  4. RELATIONSHIP DEVELOP. [coming apart] • Differentiating* • Circumscribing* • Stagnating • Avoiding • Terminating • *Maintenance stages

  5. RELATIONSHIP DISSOLUTION (Duck theory) • Intrapsychic Phase • “should I stay or should I go?” • Dyadic Phase • “It takes two” • Social Phase • Advice • Grave-dressing • “whose at fault?”

  6. RELATIONSHIP DIALECTICS • Dialectics-contradictory impulses that pull us in different directions (slide) • Strategies for using dialectics • Selecting • Neutralizing • Segmenting • Reframing

  7. APPLYING DIALECTICS • Family • Dialogue • Don’t be afraid to disclose • Friendships • Trust • Acquaintance vs friend • Romance? • College • Different cultures • Community Service • Applying skills in “real life” settings

  8. Gibb categories (Video #2-CD)Defensive Supportive Evaluation Control Manipulation Indifference Superiority Certainty Description Problem Orientation Assertiveness Empathy Equality Provisionalism

  9. CONFLICT • Expressed struggle • Types of conflict • Pseudo-misunderstandings • Destructive-negative spiral • Constructive-determining how to solve problem

  10. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLE [Competing] • Win-lose scenario • Me oriented • “Victory for one”

  11. CONFLICT MANAGEMENTSTYLE [accommodating] • Nonassertive • Necessary if you have less power • Maintain harmony

  12. CONFLICT MANAGEMENTSTYLE [Avoiding] • Pretend like it does not exist • “Stonewalling” • Not always a “bad” thing • Trivial arguements

  13. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLE [compromising] • Lose-Lose scenario • Ends conflict sooner • Not happy with decision

  14. CONFLICT MANAGEMENTSTYLE [COLLABORATION] • Confrontation • Integration • Smoothing • Is the most positive for resolving conflicts