Saturday, March 9, 2019
Relationships and Breakup
* When two parties disclose personal instruction with separately other the consensus is that the two persons will like each other more. (Rowland Miller, 2012) * revelation within a relationship is beneficial by raising intimacy, entrust and closeness levels between two partners (Dindia & Fitzpatrick, 1985 Duck, 1994a) * Strangers who open up to each adore each other more than couples who reveal less personal information to each other (Slatcher, 2010) * That being said, this shows that there is a very sanitary bond when disclosing personal information to each other and that it plays a salient role when building a relationship. * Social penetration theory (Altman & Taylor,1973)* revolutionary relationships have a large breadth of topics discussed, while the depth of the topics is very shallow. Self-disclosure is rare to be found at this level of relationship.Break ups* If a persons historic relationship was broken off previous(predicate) within the relationship, that is the depth of the topics discussed was very shallow and little self-disclosure occurred, than it would be unspoilt to say that within a invigorated relationship they would seek that acceptation and self-disclosure earlier on. They never really got to disclose personal information with their ex, consequently they may play along that self-disclosure more ambitiously within the new relationship.* If a persons past relationship was broken off at a later stage where self-disclosure between two partners was a leafy vegetable occurrence the parties may misattribute the separation with rejected expose information. Within new relationships it may take longer for them to disclose information with their new partners. rewrite Filter TheoryNew RelationshipsHypotheses/Questions we want to ask* Does the denial of disclosed information from previous relationships have an outcome on newly make relationships? That is, is it harder to disclose information to new partners? Does it take longer? * If past the past relationships ended early on before self-disclosure could occur. Do people pursue self-disclosure earlier on in the newly formed relationship?