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Ch 7: Healthy Platonic & Sexual Relationships

About This Chapter

In these lessons, explore the characteristics of healthy platonic and sexual relationships. Prepare for an exam, fulfill CE credit requirements, memorize major terms, or use the chapter as supplemental information for your health class.

Healthy Platonic & Sexual Relationships - Chapter Summary

People develop many different types of relationships. These lessons provide an overview of the characteristics associated with healthy relationships of both the platonic and sexual varieties. Studying our materials couldn't be simpler, thanks to our user-friendly mobile platform. We give you a user dashboard to monitor your activities on the site and to keep track of your quiz scores. The dashboard also offers suggestions on other chapters you may want to review. You can look up any topic in the search windows, and the search results will offer you direct links to courses, chapters, or lessons.

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  • Check out the maintenance needs and development of successful relationships
  • Define different types of communication skills and how to improve them
  • Examine characteristics of love relationships and their development
  • Explain the differences between gender and sexuality
  • Point out the physiology, functions, and features of sexual anatomy
  • Review causes of miscarriage and methods for abortion
  • Show major concerns associated with pregnancy planning

7 Lessons in Chapter 7: Healthy Platonic & Sexual Relationships
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Successful Relationships: Characteristics, Development & Maintenance

1. Successful Relationships: Characteristics, Development & Maintenance

Be it work, friends, or family, making a relationship work is hard. Creating a solid relationship isn't much easier. This lesson will point out the characteristics of solid relationships and some advice for developing and maintaining them.

Improving Communication Skills: Self-Disclosure, Listening & Non-Verbal Communication

2. Improving Communication Skills: Self-Disclosure, Listening & Non-Verbal Communication

Self-disclosure, listening, and nonverbal communication are three important conversation strategies people use. This lesson will discuss what they are, how they may be interpreted, and some tips for improving them.

Love Relationships: Their Characteristics & How They Develop

3. Love Relationships: Their Characteristics & How They Develop

Here we look at the development of love. What does it mean to be in a loving relationship? What are the steps that occur in every individual in entering one?

Sexuality & Gender: Difference & Definitions

4. Sexuality & Gender: Difference & Definitions

This lesson defines many important concepts, including sexual identity, sexual orientation, sexual preference, gender identity, gender preference, gender adoption, and gender identification. We also go over the three forms of sexual orientation.

Human Sexual Anatomy & Physiology: Major Features & Functions

5. Human Sexual Anatomy & Physiology: Major Features & Functions

This lesson provides an important overview of the major male and female reproductive structures, functions, and hormones. We'll learn about everything from semen and testosterone to estrogen and the vulva.

Abortion and Miscarriage: Methods and Causes

6. Abortion and Miscarriage: Methods and Causes

This lesson will teach you whether exercise can cause a miscarriage, what the major cause of miscarriage is, and what the two major classes of abortion are.

Key Issues When Planning A Pregnancy

7. Key Issues When Planning A Pregnancy

When planning a pregnancy, important things must be considered to ensure maximum safety of both mother and child. This includes taking an assessment of your medications, supplements, medical conditions, and habits.

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