Stages of Relationship

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Stages of relationship
1. The Romance Stage
According to Jackie black, Ph.D(2006), every relationships start with this level and people need satisfied here is love and belonging. In this stage, everything seems to be perfect and people will try to begin changing partner when the cost of their individuality increases sharply. There is a lot of good humour, sexual energy and amusement in the "romance" phase. Moreover, negative traits were being ignored to continue the relationship. However, leading to the next level of power struggle, there is resistance as people try to insist and there is a fight. 2. The Power Struggle Stage
According to Dr. Susan M Campbell (2013), divorce happens regularly while couples look for counselling and distinctly defining undesirable base line behaviours in this level. This stage is a precondition that related to each other willingness. While the other moved into the power struggle stage, it is likely to have one partner still in the previous level. The one who was unmoving in the previous stage may felt painful when they find out that their partner is not concerned with their oppressed feeling. 3. The Stability Stage
According to Sarah Schultz (2007), this is a peaceful time as compared to the previous level. Some couples never meet this stage but the ones who do involve in will have deeper feelings of love. As people enter this stage, they initiate to comprehend that their partner is not perfect. The focus is on the current not the future in order that it is still vague. Life is about growing therefore the positive aspect is essential for people to have history and to use it as pros. 4. The Commitment Stage
According to Seana McGee and Maurice Taylor (2012), this is the only proper stage for people to get married although people used to married in the romance level. Based on both character…...

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