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If you’re using Chat GPT or any other AI to write your YellowDig posts, please stop. Filing academic misconduct reports is extremely time consuming and emotionally draining for me. I’m not asking you to do any really strenuous mental processes in putting together your YellowDig posts. I just want YOUR thoughts on the current course material and to connect what we’re studying to other things. You can post links to articles or videos you find online. You can post memes. I’m even okay with you posting quotes as long as you provide a context, link, and give proper credit to the author. 

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This week we are focusing on intimacy (Chapter 10). watching a video on intimate partner and dating violence. This chapter has lots of interesting topics you could talk about – dating norms and abnormalities or Erikson’s Identity vs Role Confusion and Identity vs Isolation stages. 

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