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  • 1. INTER PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
  • 2.
    • The concept of interpersonal relationships involves social associations, connections, or affiliations between two or more people.
    • Such persons may interact overtly, covertly, face-to-face; or may remain effectively unknown to each other
    • Over 90% of all failed relationships result from a lack of honest communication and awareness.
  • 3.
    • The ultimate source of interpersonal relationship in intrapersonal communication .
    • What lies within each person and how each person communicates internally provides the source of meaning , of self-definition and of self-presentation in interpersonal relationships.
  • 4. Stages in interpersonal relationship
    • 1) Contact:
    • a) Perceptual: noticing how parties look at each other and their body-language .
    • b) Interactional cues: nodding, maintaining eye-contact , etc.
    • c) Invitational: encouraging the potential relationship (for example, suggesting a later meeting involving some social lubricant such as coffee)
    • d) Avoidance strategies: if one person discloses and the other does not: minimal response, lack of eye-contact, etc.
  • 5.
    • 2) Involvement:
    • a) Feelers: hints or questions (for example: asking about family)
    • b) Intensifying strategies : furthering the relationship (for example meeting an old friend, bringing the other to meet family, becoming more affectionate , etc.)
    • c) Public: parties seen in public together often (if in a romantic relationship, may involve holding hands)
  • 6.
    • 3) Intimacy : parties very close; may have exchanged some sort of personal belonging or something that represents further commitment . (For example, a promise ring in a romantic relationship or a friendship-necklace identifying two people as best friends )
    • 4) Deterioration: things start to fall apart. In a romantic relationship, typically after approximately six months, people move out of the so-called "honeymoon stage", NRE , or limerence and start to notice flaws. The way they address this determines the fate of the relationship.
  • 7. Phases of IP in Nursing
    • Pre interaction phase
    • Orientation phase
    • Working phase
    • Terminal phase
    • The Nurse and the physician
    • The head nurse/departmental sister
    • To her fellow nurse
    • To other hospital personal
    • The nurse and the client
  • 8. Barriers of IP
    • Physical barriers
    • Perception
    • Emotions
    • Culture
    • Language
    • Gender
    • Cultural belief
    • Defensive
  • 9. Purpose of IP
    • To learn about self, about the society
    • To establish and maintain relationships
    • To alleviate loneliness
    • To influence, control and direct
    • Helps for diversion
    • Help to meet the needs of others
    • Gain confidence and satisfaction
    • Provides intellectual and emotional bond any other people
  • 10. Types of interpersonal relationships
    • Kinship relationships (including family relationships) involve relating to someone else:
      • genetically ( consanguinity , as for example in fatherhood, motherhood)
      • through marriage ( affinity , as for example as a father-in-law, mother-in-law, uncle by marriage, aunt by marriage)
  • 11.
    • Formalized intimate relationships or long-term relationships recognized by law and formalized through public ceremony (for example, the relationships of marriage and of civil union )
    • Non-formalized intimate relationships or long-term relationships such as loving relationships or romantic relationships with or without living together ; with the "other person" often called lover , boyfriend or girlfriend (as distinct from just a male or female friend), or " significant other ".
    • If the partners live together, the relationship may resemble marriage, with the parties possibly called " husband " and " wife ".
  • 12.
    • Long-term relationships in other countries can become known as common-law marriages , although they may have no special status in law.
    • The term mistress may refer in a somewhat old-fashioned way to a female lover of an already married or unmarried man.
    • A mistress may have the status of an "official mistress"
  • 13.
    • Soulmates , individuals intimately drawn to one another through a favorable " meeting of minds " and who find mutual acceptance and/or understanding with one another. Soulmates may feel themselves bonded together for a lifetime; and hence may become sexual partners — but not necessarily.
    • Casual relationships , sexual relationships extending beyond " one-night stands " that exclusively consist of sexual behavior ; one can label the participants as " friends with benefits " when limited to considering sexual intercourse , or regard them as sexual partners in a wider sense.
  • 14.
    • Platonic love , an affectionate relationship into which the sexual element does not enter, especially in cases where one might easily assume otherwise.
    • Friendship , which consists of mutual love , trust, respect, and (often unconditional) acceptance; and usually implies the discovery or establishment of common ground between the individuals involved; see also internet friendship and pen-pal .
  • 15.
    • Brotherhood and sisterhood : individuals united in a common cause or having a common interest, which may involve formal membership in a club , organization , association , society , lodge , fraternity or sorority .
    • This type of interpersonal relationship relates to the comradeship /camaraderie of fellow soldiers in peace or war .
  • 16.
    • Partners or co-workers in a profession , business , or a common workplace. Compare team .
    • Participation in a community , for example, a community of interest or practice .
    • Association, simply knowing someone by introduction or knowing someone by interaction.