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addresses the various elements that attract us to other people when we first enter a relationship. It might be just one thing that we like about another person or it could be several things. What do
you look for in other people when you first meet them?
I look for honesty, loyalty from people i want to be my friends from a partner i want to be honest, trustful, and sincere .
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What do you look for in other people when you first meet them? This could be a potential romantic partner or even a platonic friend. Either way, we each look for or are attracted to certain things when we meet people. Share an example of a time when you developed a friendship/relationship with someone whom you did not get along with at first. What changed for you?
Weegy: When you meet someone for the first time, what do you tend to notice about him or her? Pause and think about your response. [ Do you tend to notice his or her appearance – manner of dress, physical attractiveness (or lack thereof), the quality of eyes, hair, teeth, skin, body size and weight? Do you tend to notice his or her demeanor – smile, eye contact, friendliness, interest in and willingness to engage with others, use of touch and personal space? Do you focus on his or her intelligence, verbal skills, ability to articulate ideas, speed of replies and grasp of complex ideas? Do you focus on his or her emotional qualities – easy to laugh, gentle, supportive, seductive? I’m barely scratching the surface of all there is to “tune into” with another person, and listing all the things there are to observe and respond to would take volumes. (In fact, volumes have been written about what we notice and respond to, both consciously and unconsciously, in others.) But some characteristics clearly matter more than others because they have a stronger influence on how other people perceive them and behave toward them. You need to know what you’re looking for, and how to understand what people are telling you “between the lines” of what they say, so that you have realistic reactions to them. It may sound a little cold, a little clinical to you, but I want to encourage you to practice assessing virtually everyone you meet and engage with in some way, whether it’s someone you intend to date or marry, someone you’re paired with in a team-building exercise at work, or someone you’re thinking of hiring or partnering up with in a new business. Any time you are going to be in a position of potentially being influenced by the actions of someone else, you need to have a better-than-average grasp of how this person does things in order to know how to position yourself with him or her. ] (More)
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why is Trustworthiness, reliability, or loyalty, is an important quality in building relationships.
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Loyalty and trust is the back bone of a relationship in order to make it last and strong and to also take it to the level of unionisim.
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why is Trustworthiness, reliability, or loyalty, is an important quality in building relationships.
Weegy: When others trust us, they give us greater leeway because they feel we don’t need monitoring to assure that we’ll meet our obligations. They believe in us and hold us in higher esteem. That’s satisfying. [ At the same time, we must constantly live up to the expectations of others and refrain from even small lies or self-serving behavior that can quickly destroy our relationships. Simply refraining from deception is not enough. Trustworthiness is the most complicated of the six core ethical values and concerns a variety of qualities like honesty, integrity, reliability and loyalty. Honesty There is no more fundamental ethical value than honesty. We associate honesty with people of honor, and we admire and rely on those who are honest. But honesty is a broader concept than many may realize. It involves both communications and conduct. Honesty in communications is expressing the truth as best we know it and not conveying it in a way likely to mislead or deceive. There are three dimensions: Truthfulness. Truthfulness is presenting the facts to the best of our knowledge. Intent is the crucial distinction between truthfulness and truth itself. Being wrong is not the same thing as lying, although honest mistakes can still damage trust insofar as they may show sloppy judgment. Sincerity. Sincerity is genuineness, being without trickery or duplicity. It precludes all acts, including half-truths, out-of-context statements, and even silence, that are intended to create beliefs or leave impressions that are untrue or misleading. Candor. In relationships involving legitimate expectations of trust, honesty may also require candor, forthrightness and frankness, imposing the obligation to volunteer information that another person needs to know. Honesty in conduct is playing by the rules, without stealing, cheating, fraud, subterfuge and other trickery. Cheating is a particularly foul form of dishonesty because one not only seeks to deceive but to take advantage of ... (More)
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why is it physical proximity can be an important factor in the relationship building process
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why empathy does allow us to communicate that we value the person nonetheless.
Weegy: Communication begins when we give our attention to another person. We can show respect by looking at the person who is attempting to communicate with us and by listening with our undivided attention. [ Maintaining direct eye contact is a very effective way of developing a close connection. This is actually one of the fastest paths to intimacy, and for that reason many people are leery of extended eye contact and will often look away. We can be sensitive to people's feelings and concerns, respecting the conscious and subconscious wishes of others. For those who do wish to develop intimate communication quickly, being in close proximity with much eye contact are effective ways of opening oneself to the other person. Listening skills vary. Some people may let their minds wander off on other ideas or may immediately react with moral judgments and then begin planning how one intends to respond. The good listener clears one's mind in order to absorb what the other person is saying and expressing nonverbally also. Instead of setting up one's own independent view, try to see the perspective of the person who is talking. By observing as neutrally as we can without forming any judgments we can begin to understand what the speaker is saying. Empathy means feeling for other people without having any judgmental attitudes. If we use our imagination to put ourselves in their situation, we may better understand the feelings they are expressing. ] (More)
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