Build Relationship | Ahsan Saleem Kathoria
Build Relationship – Free Course
What you’ll learn
- Build Relationship | Ahsan Saleem Kathoria
- Able to make new relationships
Hello, my name is Ahsan Saleem Kathoria, I am working at Rehan Foundation, Today I come up with my new course called Build Relationship, In this course I will tell you that how can you build good relationship with your family members,friends,relatives and office colleagues. So let’s move on to the course.
Intimacy involves the feeling of being in a close, personal association and belonging together. It is a familiar and very close affective connection with another as a result of a bond that is formed through knowledge and experience of the other. Genuine intimacy in human relationships requires dialogue, transparency, vulnerability, and reciprocity. Dalton (1959) discussed how anthropologists and ethnographic researchers access “inside information” from within a particular cultural setting by establishing networks of intimates capable (and willing) to provide information unobtainable through formal channels.
In human relationships, the meaning and level of intimacy varies within and between relationships. In anthropological research, intimacy is considered the product of a successful seduction, a process of rapport building that enables parties to confidently disclose previously hidden thoughts and feelings. Intimate conversations become the basis for “confidences” (secret knowledge) that bind people together.
Sustaining intimacy for a length of time involves well-developed emotional and interpersonal awareness. Intimacy involves the ability to be both separate and together participants in an intimate relationship. Murray Bowen called this “self-differentiation,” which results in a connection in which there is an emotional range involving both robust conflict and intense loyalty. Lacking the ability to differentiate oneself from the other is a form of symbiosis, a state that is different from intimacy, even if feelings of closeness are similar.
Author(s): Rehan Training