Personal Development Lesson 1: Personal Relationship

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What is the term used to describe a form of relationship closely linked to a person and important to another person?

Personal relationship

Which attachment style is characterized by the primary caregiver being consistent in terms of presence and meeting the child’s emotional needs?

Anxious-ambivalent attachment

What is the phase of love that is driven by hormones and involves the urge or desire for sexual activity?

Lust

Which kind of personal relationship is committed to an organization like a business entity, a principle, or purpose?

Personal development

Which attachment style is characterized by the primary caregiver being cold and detached, and unresponsive to the child’s needs?

Avoidant attachment

What are the two attributes describing personal relationships and level of commitment to another person?

Commitment to an organization and force that unites people

What stage of love involves neurotransmitters like dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin?

Attraction

Which factor promotes trust, empathy, intimacy, and long-lasting relationships?

Similarity

According to the text, what is a possible factor influencing why we like a person?

Propinquity

Which stage of love involves deep and enduring emotional bonds and long-lasting commitments?

Attachment

What is considered as the most important determinant of a relationship's success according to the text?

Accumulation of all rewards of the relationship

Which factor is noted as reducing the possibility of breaking a relationship?

Temptation of Alternative Partners

According to the text, what is the stage when a person loses sleep and appetite over someone?

Attraction

What is considered as a major factor in liking someone according to the text?

Physical Attractiveness

What is the stage when a couple decides to continue with the relationship and may lead to raising a family?

Attachment

What can affect our current interactions with people based on our past relationships?

Transference Effect

Study Notes

Attachment and Relationships

  • The term used to describe a form of relationship closely linked to a person and important to another person is attachment.
  • Secure attachment style is characterized by the primary caregiver being consistent in terms of presence and meeting the child's emotional needs.
  • Avoidant attachment style is characterized by the primary caregiver being cold and detached, and unresponsive to the child's needs.

Stages of Love

  • The lust phase of love is driven by hormones and involves the urge or desire for sexual activity.
  • The attraction phase of love involves neurotransmitters like dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin.
  • The attachment phase of love involves deep and enduring emotional bonds and long-lasting commitments.

Factors in Relationships

  • Trust, empathy, intimacy, and long-lasting relationships are promoted by the factor of commitment.
  • Similarity is a possible factor influencing why we like a person.
  • Reciprocity is a major factor in liking someone.
  • Past relationships can affect our current interactions with people.

Success in Relationships

  • The most important determinant of a relationship's success is commitment.
  • Communication can reduce the possibility of breaking a relationship.
  • The decision to continue with the relationship and may lead to raising a family is known as the attachment phase.

Emotions in Relationships

  • The stage when a person loses sleep and appetite over someone is known as the attraction phase.

This lesson covers the concept of personal relationships, including the different kinds and levels of commitment. It explores how personal relationships can be linked to individuals or organizations and the force that unites people in these relationships.

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