close friendship relationships, communications homework help

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Discussion Question:

Think of your two closest friends. Would you have thought of the same two people 2 years ago, 5 years ago. What happened to those relationships that have ended? Can you pinpoint when things started going sour? Lesson: Relationships are a changing process, not a static thing, and they shift both perceptibly and imperceptibly from stage to stage.

Discussion Expectations :

  1. Divide your answers into their parts.
  2. Use bold headlines to separate the unique parts of each answer and complete the answer under the headline.
  3. Include references to your text. These references must include APA citations

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School: Boston College

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CLOSEST FRIENDS

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Closest friends
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CLOSEST FRIENDS

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I have two closest friends one who is a male, and the other one is a female. They are the ones
whom I share my problems with (Collins, S, 907-921). I trust them, and they trust me.
Two years ago.
I would not have thought of them two years ago. I had several friends before I met this two. The
other were just friends, but they were ...

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