I have 3 discussions that are about close relationships. 500 words each. Textbook: Close Encounters – Communication In Relationships (https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63624119/download-ebook-close-encounters-communication-in-relationships-read-online) I will cite the resources so no need! I’ve numbered each discussion below: 1. https://youtu.be/X7bRikS7C3o <----- https://youtu.be/6V1ymoKPTAk <----- Watch the two links & Use those 2 examples to illustrate or counter argue 2 points your textbook makes about maintaining FWB Relationships. First, briefly explain what element of the chapter you want to work on. Then explain how the example above support those claims or not. Your answer should be 500+ words. Be sure to cite your answers as you support your arguments. 2. https://youtu.be/IfuNqKhfin0 <----- https://youtu.be/27HgbmsMEWQ <------ Watch these clips and response to the following questions w/ 500+ words that demonstrate your understanding of the chapter's content, your ability to think critically about the concepts, and your ability to apply those concepts to concrete scenarios. Use the content from the chapter to support your arguments. Answer the following questions: Was it or was it not a good idea for Ross to make a list? Is Rachel justified in being upset? how would you have reacted in her place? Do you, like Ross, have things on your "pro" list that strongly outweigh all of the things on your "con" list? What do you think your partner might list as "rewards" and costs" in reference to you? What types of rewards and costs do you think are most common? Are certain types of rewards more important in some types of relationships than others? What about costs? What implications does this have for interdependence theories, for social rewards? 3. https://youtu.be/ePQu9GVe7kY <---- watch clip & Briefly answer the questions below. There are no right or wrong answer, I am just interested in seeing how you support your stance using content from our chapter: If you “trade” secrets, should secrets have to be “equal” in juiciness? Should married people keep secrets?