Friendship: George and Lennie

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A friend is a person who is always there for you when you need them. There are a few characteristics that make people good friends. In my opinion, the ideal friend has the qualities of trustworthiness, understanding, and companionship. To me, trustworthiness is being able to tell your friend w ... Continue Reading

My World

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When you’re lost in your thoughts, some people say that you have your own world because you become oblivious to the rest of the world. They say you’re drifting in and out of reality. But wait? Is my world really different from the rest of the world? Am I not living the reality of ... Continue Reading

Joy and Sadness of Interacial relationships

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Tim Mclauren’s except from Keeper of the Moon, depicts the joy and sadness of interracial friendship. These kind of friendships are normally good depending on the kind of bond between the friends. Friends that have grown up with each other and have been together for a long time, like Tim and LJ i ... Continue Reading


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Gossips very nature brings along danger. Gossiping is only a lead to emotional and social problems. A person gossiping will only have negative outcomes; no good comes out of gossiping. Gossiping could even possibly turn a teenager’s high school years into a nightmare. Cruel words can be hard o ... Continue Reading

A Separate Peace

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In John Knowle’s A Seperate Peace , the main characters, Gene and Finny have a unique friendship that transforms throughout chapter four. According to Webter’s dictionary the word “friendly” means not hostile; amicable. One could assume that a frien ... Continue Reading

Trancendentalism Vs. Anti-trancendentalism

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My view of life is a mixture of transcendentalism and anti-transcendentalism. I think that is how most people view their lives. You can’t be happy and bright all the time like Emerson and Thoreau pretend to be, and you can’t always be dark and pessimistic like Melville and Hawthorne. There ha ... Continue Reading

College Essay

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My name is Nicole. I am a senior, living in Bricktown, New Jersey. Thinking back to life as a freshman makes me realize how many things have changed. My social and emotional growth has been affected by many factors. I think my family, and the experiences I’ve had growing up, have had the most ... Continue Reading


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Wow! Robert Walton did not know the power of companionship and how easily it ca be destroyed. “I desire the company of a man who could sympathize with me” (Shelly 53). As Walton and Frankenstein are awkwardly introduced did Frankenstein need the sympathy of a companion more than Walt ... Continue Reading

Interpersonal Communications

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According to Joseph A. DeVito, Essentials of Human Communication, has a statement from Anthony Robbins that “Communication is power. Those who have mastered its effective use can change their own experience of the world and the world’s experience of them.” Communication is an important factor ... Continue Reading


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You basically need friendships to live. You need them to die, you need then to stick up for you when you need it the most. People usually tell me that friendships have to do with you needing them, but people really have to understand, they need you in times when you need them. Th ... Continue Reading

Social Exchange Theory

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One tool that is used when addressing the rewards and costs affects on individuals in a relationship is the Social Exchange theory. Basically this theory means that an individual will seek out relationships in which the rewards are greater than the costs. An individual in any type of interpersonal ... Continue Reading

Ways of Making Friends

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In the past, I have no enough friends as 'A friend in need is a friend indeed'. I may be wrong, but in my humble opinion, 'Two heads are better than one', I think that the two people are thinking and working more than the one. There are many ways of making friends. Ways of making friends are nei ... Continue Reading


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After completing the assessment and viewing Robert Quinn’s “Completing Values Framework”, it shocked me to find out where I was placed on the circular scale. Up to this point I have always looked at myself working very well with others, while also enjoying being in charge. I saw myself as ... Continue Reading


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Friendship, defined from Webster’s Dictionary as, the state of being friends, or a friendly feeling. Friends, on the other hand, are defined as people whom one knows well and is fond of. The second definition states a friend as an ally, supporter, or sympathizer. My personal definition ... Continue Reading


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Friendship, defined from Webster’s Dictionary as, the state of being friends, or a friendly feeling. Friends, on the other hand, are defined as people whom one knows well and is fond of. The second definition states a friend as an ally, supporter, or sympathizer. My personal definition ... Continue Reading

An Unlikely Foe

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I once had a friend named Samantha. I had considered her to be my best friend for quite a while. I even had somewhat of a crush on her. A few of my friends may say an obsession, but it wasn’t. No matter what the situation was, I was alway ... Continue Reading

Lessons on Tuesdays with Morrie

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Many people learn many things in many different ways. Most learn in school, some learn in asking questions, but the best lessons are taught from a good friend. As Morrie teaches Mitch lessons including not to be fearful of age, not to worry about what peopl ... Continue Reading

Interpersonal Relationships And Communication

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What is communication? Communication itself has a wide range of ways it could be defined, but one isolating topic that concerns many people is “Interpersonal Communication and Relationships.” Interpersonal communication and relationships can be described in two ways, a contextual view and a de ... Continue Reading

Bridget Jones's Diary

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In Helen Fielding’s novel, Bridget Jones’s Diary, the main character experiences many conflicting ideas and actions that cause the novel to be humorous in many perspectives. Much of the book’s humor is premised on human inconsistency, as Bridget’s views on friends, family, and lovers amply d ... Continue Reading

Self image

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Interpersonal communication occurs within interpersonal relationships. Interpersonal relationship is the association of two people who are interdependent, they use consistent patterns of interaction, and who have interacted for a descended amount of time. There are two important interpersonal rela ... Continue Reading

Truth About Friendship

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It’s very hard to find real, true friends in this world today. A friend is somebody that you can trust to share your thoughts and feelings with; and who will always have your back no matter what. When I was younger I thought that once you found a friend you would be friends with that person foreve ... Continue Reading

An Important Person in My Life

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I believe that all the people who a person interacts with every day leave a trace in one’s mind and influence some aspect of his or her personality. What is more, some people have such vivid characters, that just one meeting with them is enough to leave a strong ... Continue Reading

Comparisons Between The Notebook and Flowers for Algernon

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Two novels that have very comparable themes are: Flowers For Algernon, by Daniel Keyes and The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks. Both have many comparable situations and themes, even though both books are different in many ways. The Notebook, is a romantic love story that some might call a tra ... Continue Reading


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“You could say that this is a story about friendship, and the betrayal of friendship, and friendships lost and regained. Friendship is a slippery notion. We lose friends as we change and our friends don’t, or as we form other alliances, or as we betray our friends, or are ourselve ... Continue Reading

As Good As It Gets

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As Good as it Gets had several interpersonal relationships that evolved around the main character played by Jack Nicholson. For this presentation I have chosen to elaborate on three of them: the relationship between Melvin Udall (the main character) and his homosexual neighbor, Simon Bishop, and Mel ... Continue Reading