Your textbook describes three relational dialectics: autonomy/connection, novelty/predictability, and openness/closedness.
Choose one of these dialectics, and then describe how the dialectic is expressed in your friendships, romantic relationships, and family relationships.
What are some things you can do to manage the tension these dialectics create?
For example, if I select autonomy/connection, then my post would discuss how autonomy, and connection, is expressed in my friendships, my romantic relationships, and my family relationships. And then I would talk about how to ensure that there is no conflict when I want to be autonomous but my romantic partner wants to be connected, or we manage the tension these opposite desires create.