March 30 managing relationships

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March 30 managing relationships

  1. 1. Managing Relationships<br />
  2. 2. Controlling Your Communications<br />self-awareness<br />knowledge of your own beliefs and values<br />self-control<br />the ability to show your feelings and thoughts in an appropriate way<br />tolerance<br />the ability to respect other beliefs and values, even when they do not agree with yours<br />
  3. 3. Balance<br />it is important to take time to think about our relationships<br />calmly and under control<br />alone and unpressured<br />are your needs being satisfied?<br />do not keep relationships <br />that are unfair <br />that make you uncomfortable <br />
  4. 4. Peer Pressure<br />someone who is close to your age, trying to,<br />guide,<br />manipulate,<br />control your behaviour<br />can be positive<br />encourage a challenge or helpful action<br />discourage a negative action<br />or negative<br />when peers suggest actions that do not agree with your own wants, needs, values, or beliefs, <br />
  5. 5. Anger<br />conflict often makes people feel angry<br />a natural emotion<br />common even in healthy relationships<br />not always harmful<br />problems occur when anger is not controlled<br />verbal attacks<br />physical attacks<br />suppression<br />
  6. 6. Poor Anger Management<br />suppression<br />keeping your anger inside, not showing it<br />can often cause stress, depression, and even physical illness<br />can lead to lashing out<br />lashing out<br />an uncontrolled release of anger<br />often can hurt others<br />sometimes hurting people we aren’t angry at<br />
  7. 7. Steps toGood Anger Management<br />Learn to forgive and forget<br />Focus on the positive or humerous parts of the situation.<br />Talk about the situation with someone you trust.<br />Find ways to manage the situation.<br />Find the cause. Writing it down can help.<br />Accept that you are angry.<br />

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