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Your study unit notes that relationships, careers, and education are all processes. Which of the following statements best explains that use of the word "processes?"
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User: Your study unit notes that relationships, careers, and education are all processes. Which of the following statements best explains that use of the word "processes?"





Weegy: What are the choices please?
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User: A. What goes up must come down. B. When in a valley, find a hill to climb. C. What doesn't change remains boring. D. Life situations are always changing

Weegy: D. Life situations are always changing
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User: Which of these statements is false? A. The first sign of a problem with a relationship is a feeling of anger. B. Even good relationships can be damaged. C. Others may notice a problem with a relationship before the people involved. D. Damaged relationships can be repaired.

Weegy: A. The first sign of a problem with a relationship is a feeling of anger.
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