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    Relationships Relationships Presentation Transcript

    • Relationships
    • 9/19 Do Now
      What are a few ways you interact and support your family?
    • Different Types of Relationships-leave space under each relationship type for additional info
      Family Relationships
      Last your entire life. Enhance all sides of your health triangle.
      Peer Friendships
      Based on caring, trust, and consideration. Share similar values/interest.
      Positively influence self-concept and help resist negative influences.
      Community Relationships
      Manner you conduct and represent yourself in your community.
      Involvement in programs and community groups
    • Family relationships last your entire life and enhance or hinder all sides of your health triangle. Healthy family relationships nurture your overall health by:
      Physical Health
      Provide food, clothing, and shelter
      • Mental/Emotional Health
      - Provide love, care, encouragement
      Social Health
      Teach morals and values that guide your life
    • Friendship“A significant relationship between two people”
      Friendships are based on
      Caring
      Trust
      Consideration for one another
      The strongest friendships are those between people who share similar values
    • Community Relationships“The way you conduct yourself as a member of the community”
      Promote the safety and well-being of the entire community
      School
      Work
      Neighborhood
      City
      Community members
      Obey the given rules and laws
      Conduct themselves as friendly and helpful neighbors
      Contribute to the efforts to improve school and community
    • Round Robin
      What do you feel like are important traits or characteristics to healthy family, peer, and community relationships.
      Be sure to discuss each type
      Be sure to listen to teammates
    • 3 “C’s” of Building Healthy Relationships
      Communication
      “How you send and receive messages”
      Through words
      Gestures
      Facial expressions
      Behaviors
      Body language
      Cooperation
      “Working together for the good of all”
      Helps build strong relationships
      Compromise
      “a problem-solving method that involves each person’s giving up of something to reach a solution that satisfies everyone involved”
      Helps strengthen relationships
    • 4 Characteristics of Healthy Relationships
      Mutual Respect and Consideration
      Accepting one another’s tastes and opinions
      Being tolerant of other’s viewpoints
      Being thoughtful about the rights and feelings of others
      Honesty
      Confidence to be open about actions, thoughts, and feelings
      Dependability
      Trustworthy and reliable
      There for the other person when needed
      Commitment
      Willing to work together
      Make sacrifices that benefit everyone involved
      Loyal to one another
      Committed to strengthen the relationship
    • 9/20 Do Now
      What are a few ways you resolve conflict with family/friends?
    • Character“the way you think, feel, and act”
      Your character has the greatest influence on your relationships with others.
      Six main traits of good character:
      Trustworthiness
      Respect
      Responsibility
      Fairness
      Caring
      Citizenship
    • Communication Styles
      Passive- reluctance to express thoughts or feelings. Do not defend themselves or beliefs.
      Aggressive- try to get their way by bullying/intimidating. Do not consider/care about others rights. Very annoying and can destroy situations and friendships
      Assertive- get the point across without bullying/intimidating. Defend their own beliefs but not others. “ Attack the problem, not the person”
    • 9/21 Do Now
      What type of communicator are you? Is this the type of communicator you want to be? Record your thoughts.
    • Communication Activity
      A is working on a project with classmate B. A & B disagree with their ideas for the project.
      A & B are going to the movies and trying to decide on which movie to watch. Both have really been wanting to see a certain movie.
      A wants you to skip class with them. B has never skipped a class before and doesn’t want to start now.
      B is spending the night with A, B wants to sneak out of the house. A is reluctant, knowing their parents will be upset.
    • Standard 6:Relationships Book Work*Keep in notes section*
      Ch 10 Review 1
      Questions 1,3,4,5
      Ch 11 Review 1
      Questions 1,3,4,5
    • Active Listening
      Reflective Listening-rephrase what others have said.
      Clarifying- asking questions to help you fully understand what is being said
      Encouraging- positive gestures, expressions
      Empathizing- feeling how the person your listening to is feeling. But not when against beliefs .
    • Tips for Active Listening
      Make eye contact!
      Use positive body language and gestures
      Do not interrupt
      You cannot listen if your talking!!
      Avoid communication barriers
      Lack of trust
      Prejudice
      stereotyping
    • Active Listening Game
    • Causes of Conflict
      Power Struggle- “hard headedness” , constructive criticism
      Loyalty- with you or against you
      Jealousy/Envy- deep rooted from events or achievements
      Property- borrowing/using others belongings and being disrespectful
      Territory/Personal Space- discuss
    • Resolving Conflict
      Give yourself time to calm down(10 sec.)
      Cooperation with communication over the conflict. Negotiate
      Clarify
      Discuss ways to resolve the conflict “ Give and Take”
      Come up with a compromising solution
    • Abuse
      Emotional Abuse- yelling, bullying, threats, degrading comments meant to harm. Impairing sense of worth of an individual. Peers, Superiors, Parents/Guardians
      Physical Abuse-intentional harm or injury of another person. Patterns, Cycles
      Sexual Abuse- sexual contact forced upon a person against his/her will.
      Child Abuse- domestic abuse of a child. Neglect- failure to meet/provide child with physical and/or emotional needs.
    • How to break the cycle of violence?
      Tell a trusted adult(parent, other family member, teacher, counselor) Somebody you feel comfortable with.
      Contact an abuse hotline or crisis center
      Contact police, Child welfare, or youth services
    • Peer Pressure
      Discuss Positive vs. Negative
    • Manipulation
      Dishonest way to control/influence others
      -Mocking/Teasing other with malicious intent
      -” Guilt Trips”
      -Bargaining- offering to make a deal to get what you want
      -Flattery or Praise, False Praise
      -Bribing
      -Making Threats
      -Blackmail
    • Dating
      Avoid risky situations
      Set limits
      Don’t get stuck
    • 9/26 Do Now-Finish B.C. AssignmentThe Breakfast Club
      Observe 5 different relationships
      For each relationship do the following
      What is the relationship?
      What are 3 positive aspects of the relationship?
      What are 3 negative aspects of the relationship?
      Is this a healthy or unhealthy relationship? Why?
    • Peer Pressure Article
      Read & record 10 comments/facts in your notes.