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You may notice a big difference in how much you gain from the conversation. As in other interactions, the keys to forming a good relationship with a roommate are communication and attitude. A passive communicator is reluctant to speak up, seems to agree with everything others say, hesitates to say anything that others might disagree with, getting along with others therefore seldom communicates much at all.

Your roommate denies you aloong rights to practice your religion or other basic rights. Here are some guidelines for how to listen effectively: Talk less to listen more.

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Loneliness is usually a temporary emotional state, however. Physically tormenting another student in a hazing may be judged assault and battery. Keep your social life from affecting your studying. Accept that people are not all alike and learn wity celebrate your differences. Report the harassment to the appropriate college authority.

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She enjoys running into other students she knows from her classes and usually stops to chat. Many types of harassment are illegal. Tell someone you trust about the situation.

Use your best listening skills. Brainstorm together to find a solution that satisfies both of you. Recognize the value of compromise. Online network sites also offer an outlet for self-expression and sharing. I'll help wlth and back you up, and you help me and back me up.

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A Note on Greek Life Fraternities and sororities appeal to many students on many campuses. Even if your roommate does not become a close friend, you can have a harmonious, successful relationship that makes your residence a good home for both of you.

The other person will feel that you are imitating them and maybe even making fun of them. Keep an open mind.

These students are very different. Honesty is particularly important—but with tact and understanding.

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Give sincere appreciation. Your college may have a Facebook where you can learn much about things happening around campus, and you may even receive tweets about important announcements. We are especially prone to dislike some people on first sight because of some vague resemblance of which we are usually unaware to someone else whom we have had reason to dislike. With some interpersonal conflicts, you may simply have to decide not to see that person anymore or find other ways to avoid the conflict in the future.

In the workplace, a supervisor who tells off-color sexual jokes around an employee of the opposite gender may be guilty of sexual harassment. Examples are: Set up a coffee date, a phone call, send someone a text you know you are thinking of them. Harassment may also be intended to manipulate a targeted person to act in some specific way. If you live in a dorm, literally keep the door open. On a college campus, any harassment of a student by a faculty member or college employee is expressly forbidden, unethical, and also possibly illegal.

Keep notes of the details. With some interpersonal conflicts, you may getting along with others have to decide not to see that person anymore or find other ways to avoid the conflict in the future. They will explain the process for a room change, if warranted, or other ways for managing the problem, Dealing with Harassment Although college campuses are for the most part safe, secure, and friendly places where social and intellectual interaction is generally mature and responsible, harassment can occur in any setting.

Key Takeaways A rich, diverse social life is an important dimension of the college experience that contributes also to academic success. If you are unsure which to go to, go to the dean of getting along with others first. Miscommunication is at the root of many misunderstandings. Listen intently. Acknowledge that family relationships will likely change after you enter college and work to ease the transition for everyone.

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To keep the conversational ball rolling, show your interest in the other person by asking them about things they are saying. It may be as simple as a getting along with others using your coffee cup or borrowing your toothpaste without asking, but if you say nothing, trying to be polite, the habit may expand to other things. Most people naturally like to share their thoughts and feelings, and some people almost seem unable to stop talking long enough to ever listen to another person.

Show interest in. Sexual harassment may begin with words but progress to unwanted touching and potentially even rape. Two things are necessary for conflict resolution that does not leave one or more of the people involved feeling negative about the outcome: attitude and communication. Here are some starting points: Keep all doors open for meeting new people. Be patient. Your roommate repeatedly refuses to limit activities at any hour alobg allow you to sleep.


Try to sit with different people at meals so you can get to know them better. Online network sites also offer an outlet for self-expression and sharing. Many people have formed lasting, even lifelong relationships with their fraternity and sorority friends. Calm down.