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Friendship

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Friendship

  1. 1. NAME : SUHAILAH BINTI ZAINAL ABIDINMATRIC’SNO. : 2010443028GROUP : BM111 5ALECTURER’S NAME: MS. NORULHUDA TAJUDDIN suesuhailah
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  4. 4. E TR AYBsuesuhailah
  5. 5. ORsuesuhailah
  6. 6. L OY AL ??? suesuhailah
  7. 7. DEFINITION suesuhailah
  8. 8. FRiEndship suesuhailah
  9. 9. is a between two individuals arecommonly assumed to bereciprocal in nature (Vaquera &Kao, 2007). suesuhailah
  10. 10. reciprocal is one of theexpectations about affectiverelations (Laursen, 1993). suesuhailah
  11. 11. B ETR AY AL suesuhailah
  12. 12. is the sense of being harmed bythe intentional actions oromissions of a trusted person(Rachman, 2009). suesuhailah
  13. 13. Y A LLO suesuhailah
  14. 14. is faithful to a person suesuhailah
  15. 15. suesuhailah
  16. 16.  The Promise Breaker suesuhailah
  17. 17.  The Double-crosser suesuhailah
  18. 18.  The Self-absorbed suesuhailah
  19. 19.  The Discloser suesuhailah
  20. 20.  The Competitor suesuhailah
  21. 21.  The Fault-finder suesuhailah
  22. 22. The Promise Breaker This friend constantlydisappoints you or breaks promises suesuhailah
  23. 23. The Double-crosserWhen a close or bestfriend stops speaking toyou and you never find outwhy. suesuhailah
  24. 24. The Self-absorbedDoes not care, she listensto you only because she is waiting to speak. suesuhailah
  25. 25. The Discloser When you say to this friend, "This is justbetween us," she nods herhead but unfortunately that promise will last only as long as it takes her to get to her phone or e-mail. suesuhailah
  26. 26. The CompetitorToo much competition between friends suesuhailah
  27. 27. The Fault-finderBeing criticized suesuhailah
  28. 28. HOw TO GET OvEr a FrIENDs BETrayal suesuhailah
  29. 29.  Determineif the whole thing was a misunderstanding. suesuhailah
  30. 30.  Keep things in perspective. suesuhailah
  31. 31.  Bewilling to forgive despite your anger. suesuhailah
  32. 32. Consider whether or not you wantto maintain a friendly relationshipwith the person. suesuhailah
  33. 33.  Tryto relax and take some time alone. suesuhailah
  34. 34.  Think about how they feel. suesuhailah
  35. 35. suesuhailah
  36. 36. It takes True years to We have tofriendships master the learn how are ability to to choosedifficult to create non friend find. sexual skillfully. closeness. suesuhailah
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  40. 40. suesuhailah
  41. 41.  Honest suesuhailah
  42. 42.  Fun, unique and interesting suesuhailah
  43. 43.  Attentive and adaptable suesuhailah
  44. 44.  Supportive of you and your goals suesuhailah
  45. 45.  A friend you can trust suesuhailah
  46. 46.  Makes it clear that they care about you suesuhailah
  47. 47.  Sticks with you in good times and bad suesuhailah
  48. 48. Accepts you for who you are, even when youre being a butthead suesuhailah
  49. 49. Julius Caser had said in his poem that friend "like a bridge over troubled waters". If we cannot count on our friends to pull us through, then who can we count on? suesuhailah
  50. 50. suesuhailah
  51. 51. FRIENDSHIP IS NOT A GAME TO PLAY. suesuhailah
  52. 52. IT IS NOT A WORD TO SAY. suesuhailah
  53. 53. IT DOESN’T START ON MARCH & ENDS ON MAY. suesuhailah
  54. 54. IT ISTOMORROW,YESTERDAY, TODAY & EVERYDAY. suesuhailah
  55. 55. COnCLUsiOnSo in conclusion, it is not easy to us tobecome a good friend or loyal friend.But we should try our best to become agood friend. After you read this slide,now you can measure who you are. It’sloyal friend or betrayal friend. Thankyou. suesuhailah
  56. 56. REFEREnCEsCohen, L. M.. Friendship and Creativity. Encyclopedia of Creativity (Second Edition), 538–541. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.comFrench, R. & et all. (2009). Betrayal and friendship. Society and Business Review, 4(2). Retrieved from http://www.emeraldinsight.comMichael, A. M. S. Friendships. Retrieved from: http://www.burnsurvivorsttw.org/stories/friendship.htmlRachman, S. (2010). Betrayal: A psychological analysis. Behavior Research and Therapy, 48(4), 304–311. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.comVaquera, E. & Kao, G. (2008). Do you like me as much as I like you? Friendship reciprocity and its effects on school outcomes among adolescents. Social Science Research, 37(1), 55–72. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.comYager, J. (2011). 6 Types of Toxic Friends and How You Can Deal with Them. Retrieved from: http://www.ivillage.com suesuhailah
  57. 57. THE END suesuhailah

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