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1 Marriages, relationships, and love Marriages, relationships, and love is a central theme in the book Olive Kitteridge. Marriages, relationships, and love are a common occurrence in our lives. The success or failure of relationships and marriages depends on many factors. At the same time, there are many factors that increase the success of relationships and marriages. In this paper, I will provide a bibliography of three articles that address the relationships and marriages and demonstrate how the findings from these articles will be relevant in my study on the theme of marriages, relationships and love in the book Olive Kitteridge. Minnotte, Krista Lynn, Daphne Pedersen, and Susan E. Mannon. "The emotional terrain of parenting and marriage: Emotion work and marital satisfaction." The Social Science Journal 47.4 (2010): 747-761. In this study, Minnotte, Pedersen, and Mannon the importance of emotional work in enhancing marital satisfaction for both partners. The article summarizes the key findings of a study conducted by Minnotte, Pedersen, and Mannon on 96 couples from a northern city located in a western state. The article argues that with the increased focus on emotional fulfillment in marriages, marital satisfaction cannot be understood without taking into consideration the role played by the emotional work of the spouses. The study cites researches by; Erickson, 1993; Hochschild, 1983; Hochschild & Machung, 1989; James, 1989 that reveals that emotions related to the provision of encouragement as well as support provided a fundamental part in marital satisfaction. “The emotion work performed by husbands for their wives will be positively related to husbands’ marital satisfaction” (Minnotte, Pedersen, and Mannon, 749). The study revealed that the performance and the recipient of emotional work by spouses increased the level of marital 2 satisfaction for both the wives as well as the husbands. The emotional work related to children in the role of parenting was also taken into consideration in the study and revealed that emotional work carried out by husbands related to children provided more marital satisfaction for the husbands compared to wives. The article provided that husbands have a more marital satisfaction when involved in their children’s emotional work. However, the study also revealed that when this labor exceeded the equality limit, the husband attained less marital satisfaction. The article is aimed at various couples with children who face various challenges in dealing with the emotional satisfaction. The article intends to shed light to these couples on the importance of emotional satisfaction achieved through division of emotional work as a way of boosting their marriages. The article addresses couples that live in the socio-historical context that focuses on the critical significance of emotional nourishment in the family life. The study disapproves the critics that argue that emotional satisfaction declines after the role of parenting sets in marriages by providing that spouses obtain marital satisfaction by carrying out emotional work for their children. According to the article, emotional work plays a critical role in marital satisfaction of the spouses and the children as well. The article first provides some background information on the topic of importance of emotions in marriages and references other studies carried out on the topic. The research focuses on the area of emotional work in marriages that has being received less focus. The article further highlights a study conducted by Minnotte, Pedersen, and Mannon on the importance of emotional work in creating emotional satisfaction. The study follows the social science model of study that identifies literature review on the topic, description of the experiment, methods, results, discussion and conclusions. The writers focus on the data and results obtained from their study and use minimum quotations from other sources on the topic. This article will be relevant in my research topic on love, marriages, and relationship as portrayed in the book Olive 3 Kitteridge. The article provides an analysis of the role of emotional work in enhancing marital satisfaction that will help me better understand the theme of marriages and love from the book Olive Kitteridge. From the study discussed in the article, I will be able to relate the relevance of emotional work in marriages by relating to how the various characters in the book employ or fail to employ emotional work in their marriages and its impacts on their marriages. Mattingly, Brent A., Gary W. Lewandowski, and Kevin P. McIntyre. “You make me a better/worse person”: A two‐dimensional model of relationship self‐change." Personal Relationships 21.1 (2014): 176-190. In the article “You make me a better/worse person”: A two‐dimensional model of relationship self‐change", Mattingly, Lewandowski, and Mcintyre identifies the positive and negative impacts of romantic relationships on individual’s self-concepts. The writers introduced an integrative model that identifies relationship-induced change in an individual’s self-concept. The integrative model developed from the three studies backs up the previous empirical findings as well as past theories. The model recognizes two dimensions; direction and valence that result in the change of self-concept. The two dimensions in the model generate four critical processes: self-pruning, self-expansion, self-adulteration, as well as self-contraction that explain the self concept in romantic relationships. The studies provided empirical evidence that the self-concept was relationship-induced and was solely based on the functioning of the relationship. According to the article, the processes that boost the self-concepts of an individual include self-pruning and self-expansion and primarily include: commitment, great love, as well as satisfaction among other factors. The processes that the article associates with degrading the self-concept of an individual are self-adulteration and self-contraction and include: lack of commitment as well as infidelity among others. The article cite a research on self-expansion by (Aron et al., 2013) that focuses on 4 the self-concept of individuals in romantic relationships and how partners work to reinforce or degrade their partner’s self-concept. The article targets people in relationships and aims at helping these individuals understand the importance of self-concept in helping their relationships grow. The article intends to add the idea of negative self-aspects to the existing research on self-expansion. The studies conducted on self-concept were consistent with past researches on self-expansion. The article introduced a new integrative model of self-concept that is relationship induced and takes into consideration the impacts of negative processes on self-concept a concept that was overlooked in the past researches. The writers refer to themselves as “we” in the three studies they carried out and throughout most parts of the article. The article provide the studies carried out by the researchers and relates the results obtained from the three studies to existing research on the concept of self-expansions in relationships. The article follows the social science models in the three studies carried out with a literature review on the topic, description of the experiment, data presentation, as well as discussion and conclusions. This article will be very useful in my research topic on the theme of relationships, love, and marriage portrayed in the book Olive Kitteridge. Understanding both positive and negative self-concepts as manifested in the article will help me fully analyze how the various characters in the book reinforce or degrade each other’s self-concept in the book Olive Kitteridge. This article will also help me in analyzing the various types of relationships and marriages portrayed in the book based on how the various characters in relationships affect each other’s self-concept. The various examples used in the article will help me understand the manifestation of the concept of relationships and marriages in my research. 5 Benjamin W. Hadden, Lindsey M. Rodriguez, Raymond Knee, and Ben Porter. “Relationship autonomy and support provision in romantic relationships” Motivation and Emotion (2015) 39:359–373. DOI 10.1007/s11031-014-9455-9 In this article, Hadden, Rodriguez, Raymond Knee, and Porter propose that people with higher relationship autonomy are more supportive of their partners. The article propose that individuals with high relationship autonomy portray more positive relationship outcomes as these individuals portray more care for their partners and do not avoid relationship pitfalls. The three researches conducted revealed that relationship autonomy was related to increased focus and willingness to support an individual’s interest on two platforms; primary psychological need support as well as secure base provision. The results of the three studies revealed that relationship autonomy was directly associated with the overall support of people’s partners. This article indicates that the integration of a relationship into one’s true self was related with increased propartner motivations. Thus, individuals with high relationship autonomy are more supportive of their partners and have minimal chances of engaging in relationship destructive behaviors. The article targets individuals in relationship and seeks to educate them on the importance of relationship autonomy in boosting the outcome of relationships. The article provides that increased relationship autonomy is essential in increased the individuals support of their partners in their relationships. The article seeks to explore the relationship between relationship autonomy and pro-partner relationship that has been overlooked by previous empirical researches. The writers support the past research results that relationship autonomy produces positive relationship outcomes and provide more information on the impact of relationship autonomy on pro-partner behaviors. The article first provides sufficient evidence on previous researches into the topic then identifies a gap in the literature then conducts three studies to address the gap in literature. The 6 article follows the social science model with provision of literature review, description of experiment, data collection, results presentation, discussion, as well as conclusion. The article is written in third person and provides some quotations of past researches in the literature review section. This article will be extremely useful in my study of the theme of marriages, relationships, and love in the book Olive Kitteridge. In understanding the role of relationship autonomy in partner’s support of one another, I will be able to determine how relationship autonomy increased the support of character’s partners in my study. I will determine how various characters from the book with more relationship autonomy demonstrated increased support of their partners and vice versa. ...
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Marriages, romantic relationships, and love
Marriages, romantic relationships, and love is a central theme in the book Olive
Kitteridge. Marriages, romantic relationships, and love are a common occurrence in our lives.
The success or failure of romantic relationships and marriages depends on many factors. At the
same time, there are many factors that increase the success of romantic relationships and
marriages. In this paper, I will provide a bibliography of three articles that address the romantic
relationships and marriages and demonstrate how the findings from these articles will be relevant
in my study on the theme of marriages, romantic relationships and love in the book Olive
Kitteridge.
Benjamin W. Hadden, Lindsey M. Rodriguez, Raymond Knee, and Ben Porter. “Relationship
autonomy and support provision in romantic relationships” Motivation and Emotion
(2015) 39:359–373.
In this article, Hadden, Rodriguez, Raymond Knee, and Porter propose that people with
higher relationship autonomy are more supportive of their partners. The article propose that
individuals with high relationship autonomy portray more positive relationship outcomes as
these individuals portray more care for their partners and do not avoid relationship pitfalls. The
three researches conducted revealed that relationship autonomy was related to increased focus
and willingness to support an individual’s interest on two platforms; primary psychological need
support as well as secure base provision (Hadden et al., 359). The results of the three studies
revealed that relationship autonomy was directly associated with the overall support of people’s
partners. This article indicates that the integration of a relationship into one’s true self was
related with increased pro-partner motivations. “We found, across three studies, that relationship
autonomy is associated with more focus and readiness to support one’s partner’s interests across

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two related forms of support— secure base provision and basic psychological need support”
(Hadden et al., 371). Thus, individuals with high relationship autonomy are more supportive of
their partners and have minimal chances of engaging in relationship destructive behaviors.
The article targets individuals in relationship and seeks to educate them on the
importance of relationship autonomy in boos...

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