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A relationship can be damaged by A. people spending time with one another. B. not meeting expectations. C. trust. D. honest communication.
D. Not meeting expectations
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User: In human relations, the irritation threshold is the A. length of time an annoying behavior continues. B. frequency of the annoying behavior. C. action that causes an annoyance. D. point at which a person notices something and becomes annoyed.

User: A relationship can be damaged by A. people spending time with one another. B. not meeting expectations. C. trust. D. honest communication.

Weegy: D. Not meeting expectations
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User: When you've carefully checked all the facts and your attitudes and still find that there's "just something" about your supervisor that's causing a problem in your relationship, you should suspect that A. there's an imaginary risk. B. there's a hidden attitude. C. too much socializing is going on. D. you're not carrying your own weight.

Weegy: B. there's a hidden attitude.
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