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Relationship Definitions

Associates Family Hierarchical Was acted on by Criminal Had as a Victim
Associate Parent->Child (has as) Teacher Child Abuser Child Abuse Victim
Business Associate/Partner Child->Parent (has as) Student Child Sex Abuser Child Sex Abuse Victim
Friend Sibling (has as) Guru Assault/ Battery Perpetrator Assault/ Battery Victim
Lover Spouse (has as) Devotee Financial Crime Perpetrator Financial Crime Victim
Neighbor Spousal Equivalent (has as) Benefactor Homicide Perpetrator Homicide Victim
Opponent/Rival/Enemy Child->Adoptive Parent (has as) Recipient Homicide Attempt Perpetrator Homicide Attempt Victim
Other Associates Parent->Adopted Child (has as) Mentor Incest Perpetrator Incest Victim
Miscellaneous Other Kin (has as) Protégé Sex Crime Perpetrator Sex Crime Victim
Compare to Chart of… Other Family (has as) Boss Other Perpetrator Other Victim
Role Played (has as) Worker
Other Misc. Other Hierarchical

Associates

  • Associate: Person in the same work, career or social environment.
  • Business Associate/Partner: Person to work with on a project or job.
  • Friend: An unbounded relationship of choice, trust, respect.
  • Lover: Sex partner who does not become a mate or spousal equivalent.
  • Neighbor: An associate who lives in the same general home environment.
  • Opponent/Rival/Enemy: Competitor, designate whether opponent, rival or enemy.
  • Other Associates: Associates who are not otherwise described.

Miscellaneous

  • Compare to Chart of… People who are linked by chance or circumstance who have no relationship.
  • Role Played: Movie or book character or real-life person who is portrayed.
  • Other Misc.: Relationships that are not otherwise described.

Family

  • Parent->Child: Biological issue. The person where you enter this is the Parent!
  • Child->Parent: Biological mother or father. The person where you enter this is the child!
  • Sibling: Brother or sister.
  • Spouse: Mate with whom there is a legal marriage.
  • Spousal Equivalent: Mate with whom there is no legal marriage, same-sex relationship.
  • Child->Adoptive Parent: Adoptive mother or father. The person where you enter this is the child!
  • Parent->Adopted Child: Adopted issue. The person where you enter this is the Parent!
  • Other Kin: Grandparents, ancestors, step or foster kin, aunts, uncles, kissin' cousins.
  • Other Family: Family associates who are not otherwise described.

Hierarchical

  • (has as) Teacher: Educator, tutor. The person where you add this relationship is the Student!
  • (has as) Student: One who studies and gains the education. The person where you add this relationship is the Teacher!
  • (has as) Guru: Spiritual parent and teacher who links with the Master. The person where you add this relationship is the devotee!
  • (has as) Devotee: Chela, supplicant, student of the Guru. The person where you add this relationship is the Guru!
  • (has as) Benefactor: One who gives financial aid or grants and opens doors of opportunity. The person where you add this relationship is the Recipient!
  • (has as) Recipient: One who receives the benefit of the benefactor. The person where you add this relationship is the Benefactor!
  • (has as) Mentor: One who has gone before and passes on the legacy. The person where you add this relationship is the Protégé!
  • (has as) Protégé: One who learns all that the Mentor can teach to carry on the same torch. The person where you add this relationship is the Mentor!
  • (has as) Boss: Person in charge, in command, who pays wages. The person where you add this relationship is the Worker!
  • (has as) Worker: Employee, paid or not, who does the job required. The person where you add this relationship is the Boss!
  • Other Hierarchical: Hierarchical relationships not otherwise described.

Criminal

The person where you enter these relationships is the victim!

  • Child Abuser: Person who caused damage with unfair or severe punishment and shame.
  • Child Sex Abuser: Person who caused damage by inappropriate sexual conduct.
  • Assault/ Battery Perpetrator: Person who attacked and inflicted physical battery.
  • Financial Crime Perpetrator: Con-person who cheated, robbed, defrauded.
  • Homicide Perpetrator: Person who brought about the death, through murder or accident.
  • Homicide Attempt Perpetrator: One who attempted to take away the life.
  • Incest Perpetrator: Parent who instigated sexual congress with their own child
  • Sex Crime Perpetrator: Person who inflicted any sexual crime
  • Other Perpetrator: Criminal activities and situations not otherwise described

Victim

The person where you enter this relationship is the perpetrator (the criminal)!

  • Child Abuse Victim: Child given unfair or severe punishment or shame.
  • Child Sex Abuse Victim: Child given inappropriate sexual conduct.
  • Assault/ Battery Victim: Person who is attacked and battered physically.
  • Financial Crime Victim: Person who is conned out of money, cheated or defrauded, robbed.
  • Homicide Victim: The killer's victim.
  • Homicide Attempt Victim: The killer's attempted victim.
  • Incest Victim: Child whose parent instigates sexual congress.
  • Sex Crime Victim: Victim of a sexual crime when raped, mauled, flashed, molested.
  • Other Victim: Victims of crime not otherwise described.