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Relationships

Continuing education can have a wide variety of meanings. It can mean working professionals who take formal courses or it can also include working professionals who attend workshops and seminars (Dymock et al., 2013). Within the field of health services administration continuing education is essential. In particular there exists a...

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In The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships, both Temple Grandin and Sean Barron discuss their distinctly different journeys from childhoods of severe autism to both attaining what they, and society, would consider a successful adulthood. The reason for this book is to provide assistance to parents, carers, teachers and others...

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In this day in age, I feel that sexuality and types of families have greatly expanded. Sexuality includes lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and heterosexual individuals, as well as other newer modern terms such as pansexual and gender queer. Some people also prefer to not be labeled at all in terms of...

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The Social Penetration theory was developed in 1973 and focuses on the concept of self disclosure. As such, relationships deepen only when members of said relationship reveal increasingly more intimate details about their inner lives with one another through disclosure. One can think of this theory almost like an onion....

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Article Summary & Info: This article examines adolescents level of cognitive control and risk taking comparing adolescents with negative families with adolescents with positive families. The authors hypothesized that “Since adolescents undergo significant neural change, negative parent–child relationship quality may impede or alter development in prefrontal regions subserving cognitive control.”...

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