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  • 1. I care so much… it hurts.
  • 2. Lesson 7: Has anyone experienced a recent “put- down?”
  • 3. Lesson 7:CW: P. 24: Rude RatingAnswer at least 5 youcould improve on.
  • 4. Lesson 7 Remember: To receive respect, one must ALSO be willing to give respect.
  • 5. Lesson 7
  • 6. Lesson 7 CW: P. 25-27 Self Evaluation Character Survey •10-15 minutes •This is important for YOU for maintaining successful relationships all through life!
  • 7. Lesson 7:
  • 8. Lesson 7:
  • 9. Lesson 7: In other words, support your words with your actions.
  • 10. Lesson 7 Lesson Notes: •The skills for establishing and maintaining life relationships are learned, not innate (born with). •Empathy (putting yourself in their shoes) is an important part for keeping people together.
  • 11. Lesson 7 Lesson Notes: •Many females believe the social messages and think themselves as little more than sex objects.
  • 12. Lesson 7 CW: P. 28 Character Chart Part-1: Use your answers from Pgs. 25-27 to place a dot on the number you got for each category. Then use a colored pencil to connect the dots to form a graph. Part-2 Answer the questions below the chart.

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