Relations of Activity:
Partners enjoy leisure activities together.
Collaboration is difficult: P vs. J problems in dayto-day
Partners tire of each other.
Initial attraction but become boring and stagnant.
Partners become selfish and egotistic.
Expectations of each other lead to fights.
Relationship of Laziness.
Each must be left alone. Each partner vies for
compete for attention. Regret over trusting the
other. Self-centered partners.
Worst pairing of all. Conflicts. Each goes for the
Outsiders see them as cold but they have warmth
toward each other. Day to day matters lead to
misunderstandings and conflict.
Partners believe relationship is wasted time, and
leads to a break-up but no hard feelings.
Relationship with major misunderstandings.
Relations of Benefit:
(Bn>) – A is ‘Benefactor’ to B,
(<Bn) – A is ‘Beneficiary’ to B.
Benefactor over-lords beneficiary.
Relationship results in eventual conflict.
Relations of Supervison:
(Sp>) – A is ‘Supervisor’ to B,
(<Sp) – A is ‘Supervisee’ to B