interpersonal

[ in-ter-pur-suh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpersonal

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"Interpersonal relationships within the office framework," a teacher—Mr. Greystone?

The main purpose of social work is to help people cope with stress from interpersonal or social problems.

Thus problem solving involves both the physical world and the interpersonal world.

Many ordinary problems involve not only physical, concrete parts but also interpersonal elements.

Character traits and values are discussed in the section on interpersonal relationships.

The intention to care, to nurture the other as caring, is expressed in interpersonal ways as well as in technological competence.