A Coggle Diagram about Self-Disclosure in Interpersonal Relationships
(The process of using messages to generate meaning between at least two people in a situation that allows mutual opportunities for both speaking and listening.
- two or more ppl
- interdependent ppl
- consistent interactive ppl
- interaction over time
- Fulfill basic interpersonal needs
:check: Inclusion (involved with others)
:check: Affection (hold fond feelings)
:check: Control (influencing others, environment and ourselves)
(Conflict in interpersonal relationships
- Conflict is
:check: normal in interpersonal relationship.
- Conflict can be
:check:healthy when it is used to resolve differences and to “clear the air”
- Conflict is dysfunctional
:red_cross: when you avoid talking about problems
:red_cross: become sullen.
:warning: when you take any criticism or suggestions as a personal attack.
:warning: when you store many complaints and then attack with all of them.
, Styles of Expressing Conflicts
- Direct Aggression
- Passive Aggression
:star: several forms: pseudoaccomodators, guiltmakers, trivial tyrannisers, withholders, jokers
- Indirect Communication
and Improving communication in Interpersonal Relationships
- Learning communication skills
- Maintaining behavioural flexibility
), Creating and Reducing Defensiveness - Gibb's Categories
, Motivation for Initiating Relationships
, Motivations for Maintaining Relationships
and Motivations for Terminating Relationships