Mutual Discovery At The End Of The Tunnel

Author: Antoine Archange Raphael
ISBN: 1304521494
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“Then, if you still feel the same way about me, from that point on, we will deal like
two people actuated by genuine, strong feelings, mutual discovery and love. “I
don't want to give you my heart and I find out later on that you change your mind,
like Jasmine, once my beautiful Jasmine. That would hurt me so much! “I want to
stay away from unnecessary pains. You know that, Marie, don't you? Try to
understand me. You could really behave like another Jasmine. “In addition, Marie
, as I ...

Strangers In The House

Author: William R. Beer
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412835194
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The birth of a mutual child is associated with better marital relations between
remarried parents, but it is not clear which causes the other. Better relations
between stepsiblings often accompany the birth of a half-sibling, but such
amelioration may be due more to shared jealousy and a common focus of
affection than to warmer mutual feelings. The age interval between older
stepsiblings and the mutual child could be important in that younger children
could feel rivalry, whereas older ...

The Path Of Love

Author: Ronald D. Cowen
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460249194
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In the case of the Group B infants and mothers; this kind of mutual understanding
is actively sought by the mothers. The result is a flow of happy exchanges
between the two. It is no coincidence that such exchanges are blissful for both
infant and mother. Mutual understanding (mutual feelings, mutual perceptions,
mutual cooperation, etc.,) is pivotal to the well-being of both. The happiness of
both turns on the establishment and maintenance of the rapport that flows from
mutual ...

The Romance Of Peasant Life In The West Of England

Author: Francis George Heath
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trades are generally determined, but which has been brought about by agitators
and declaimers who have unhappily too easily succeeded in disturbing the
friendly feeling which used to unite the labourer and his employer in mutual
feelings of generosity and confidence.” I ask the reader of the preceding chapters
of my book how many indications of “generosity " he is able to find in the
deplorable account which I have been compelled to give of the west of England
peasants? It is my ...

Epistemology And Ontology

Author: Zenon Bankowski
Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag
ISBN: 9783515087070
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Human sentiments, emotions and feelings toward these relationships are
different and therefore there should be different standards to judge them. For
instance, the relationship between friends is judged by friendship and reciprocity,
that between husband and wife, by love and mutual respect, that between master
and disciple, by righteousness and gratitude, requiring different sentiments and
standards. Conceptualization and systematization of these relationships and
standards ...

A Mutual Aid Model For Social Work With Groups

Author: Dominique Moyse Steinberg
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134473087
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®What. didyou say your jobis,exactly? ̄). And they tryto come to understand the
way she feels by asking hertotalk more about her feelings, as well (e.g.,®Can you
say more about howyou felt when ... While the demand for work isthat they
explore Miss X«s situation in full, this demand ismade for thepurpose of helping
the group engage in mutual aid. Group members areaskedto listenand
explorewith a self-referential ear (i.e.,with thought to their own livesand
experiences) as well as ...

Instructor S Manual For Human Behavior In The Social Environment

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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They move — however slowly and tentatively — to examine their feelings and
thoughts about the issue, and to share those feelings and thoughts with the class
in a mutual aid process that expands everyone's learning. In my own experience,
physically challenged students, gay and lesbian students, and students of color
frequently spark these valuable mutual aid processes by asking a pointed
question, raising an issue of rights, or recalling a reading or a hurtful experience.
I believe it ...

Victorian Political Thought On France And The French

Author: G. Varouxakis
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 023050583X
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... in attributing anti-English feelings to the French liberals.24 A comparison of
what Mill was writing in his articles in the Examiner and elsewhere with regard to
such issues, and what was actually taking place in France (particularly, for
instance, in the case of Carrel's vehemently anti-English tone in Le National25),
leaves no doubt that Mill aimed more at contributing to the amelioration of mutual
feelings and relations rather than at depicting accurately the climate in France.26
This was ...

Anti Semitism

Author: Theodore Rubin
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 162914858X
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Mutual affect response is missing from his life. This mutual affect response is
perhaps one of the most envied and hated characteristics of Jews even though its
psychodynamic often goes on unconsciously in the antiSemite. Talking is
antiautistic and antiselfdigestive, and is an exercise that establishes mutuality,
intimacy—feelings of mutual support—bonding, regardless of what is said. In real
talking—where feelings about self, each other, others and ideas, concepts and
values are ...

Plural Action

Author: Hans Bernhard Schmid
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9048124379
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Note that in contrast to the straightforward sense, it is part and parcel of the very
concept of fellow feeling, or affective attunement, that the feelings of the
participating individuals are numerically different facts. Talk of “attunement”
makes sense only if there are at least two relata that can be in (or out of) tune.
There never was (and never will be) one token feeling with many parts and
participants in these cases, but only individual feelings, perhaps with mutual
cognitive and affective ...