 Wife
 Daughter
 Sister
 Aunt
 Friend
 Coach
 Teacher
 Church member
 Chef
 Babysitter
 Therapist
 Nurse
 Acc...
 Role: a part you play in your relationship
 Relationship: the bond or connection you
have with other people
◦ Acquainta...
 Person #1 is the ONLY person who may talk,
but cannot touch anything!!
 Person #2 CANNOT talk. He/she may only
use ONE ...
 Communication
◦ We will discuss all
about this next class
 Cooperation
◦ Working together for
the good of all
 Comprom...
 Respect for Self
◦ When you respect
yourself you are
more likely to seek
relationships where
others will treat you
with ...
 Bullying:
◦ Deliberately harming
or threatening others
who cannot easily
defend themselves.
 Hazing:
◦ Making others
pe...
 Prejudice: unfair opinion or judgment of a
particular group of people.
 Stereotype: exaggerated or oversimplified
belie...
 Trustworthiness:
◦ Do what you say you
will do
 Responsibility:
◦ borrow something, it
breaks, you replace
it.
 Fairne...
1. Make a list of the most important people in
your lives.
2. Write down ways to show these people that
you care about the...
 A way to gage the strength or weakness of
your relationship.
 Much like a real checking/saving account at a
bank.
◦ As ...
 We have a different “bank account” with
everyone we know.
◦ These relationships can be in the „positive‟ or the
„negativ...
 Deposits tend to evaporate or be forgotten
about.
 Where withdrawals turn to stone (not
forgotten…harder to forget)
 T...
 Breaking promises
 Gossiping about
others
 Not listening
 Being arrogant
 Losing trust
 Not fulfilling
expectations...
 Understand the
individual
 Small courtesies
and kindness
 Keep our
commitments
 Clarify Expectations
 Show Personal
...
 Recognize what is
important to that
person and take
interest in it
 Ex: Sam discusses
the stock market
with his dad who...
 These are often
underrated, but
kind notes, winks,
hugs, etc quickly
add up in the RBA.
 These small acts
demonstrate
a...
 Doing WHAT we say
we will WHEN we
say we will
 Promising to be
somewhere & not
showing up =
withdrawal
 Critically important in
avoiding contention,
misunderstandings,
& hurt feelings
 Don‟t read minds or
expect others to r...
 Demonstrate
character in all your
actions &
relationships
 Be trustworthy &
honest. Don‟t
gossip
 Small, but
important words
make all the
difference in a
relationship.
 Ex: Please… Thank
you… I love you…
I‟m sorry… Ho...
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Healthy Relationships

  1. 1.  Wife  Daughter  Sister  Aunt  Friend  Coach  Teacher  Church member  Chef  Babysitter  Therapist  Nurse  Accountant  Granddaughter  Daughter-in-law  Chaperone  Almost mother  Sister-in-law
  2. 2.  Role: a part you play in your relationship  Relationship: the bond or connection you have with other people ◦ Acquaintances ◦ Friends ◦ Family
  3. 3.  Person #1 is the ONLY person who may talk, but cannot touch anything!!  Person #2 CANNOT talk. He/she may only use ONE hand and can only touch marshmallows  Person #3 CANNOT talk. He/she may only use ONE hand and can only touch toothpicks
  4. 4.  Communication ◦ We will discuss all about this next class  Cooperation ◦ Working together for the good of all  Compromise ◦ Problem solving method in which each participant gives up something to reach a solution that satisfies everyone ◦ “Cheaper by the Dozen”
  5. 5.  Respect for Self ◦ When you respect yourself you are more likely to seek relationships where others will treat you with respect. *BIG CONCEPT!!  Respect for others ◦ Listen ◦ Considerate others feelings ◦ Mutual trust: being dependable ◦ Realistic in expectations: cant always be top priority
  6. 6.  Bullying: ◦ Deliberately harming or threatening others who cannot easily defend themselves.  Hazing: ◦ Making others perform certain tasks to join a group.
  7. 7.  Prejudice: unfair opinion or judgment of a particular group of people.  Stereotype: exaggerated or oversimplified belief about people who belong to a certain group.
  8. 8.  Trustworthiness: ◦ Do what you say you will do  Responsibility: ◦ borrow something, it breaks, you replace it.  Fairness: ◦ take turns, share  Caring: ◦ Show sympathy and/or empathy  Citizenship: ◦ Be a good neighbor, help by shoveling walks, etc.  Respect: ◦ Listen when someone is talking
  9. 9. 1. Make a list of the most important people in your lives. 2. Write down ways to show these people that you care about them. 3. Write a list of things that you do that might make these people feel like you don‟t care about them.
  10. 10.  A way to gage the strength or weakness of your relationship.  Much like a real checking/saving account at a bank. ◦ As you make “DEPOSITS” the relationship strengthens. ◦ When you make “WITHDRAWALS” the relationship weakens
  11. 11.  We have a different “bank account” with everyone we know. ◦ These relationships can be in the „positive‟ or the „negative‟  It requires conscious deposits in order to maintain the relationship
  12. 12.  Deposits tend to evaporate or be forgotten about.  Where withdrawals turn to stone (not forgotten…harder to forget)  Too many withdrawals requires even more deposits to bring the account back into the positive.  We must continually make deposits if we want our RBA to stay positive.
  13. 13.  Breaking promises  Gossiping about others  Not listening  Being arrogant  Losing trust  Not fulfilling expectations  Asking for a curfew extension  Borrowing the car…again  Waiting to be told to do something
  14. 14.  Understand the individual  Small courtesies and kindness  Keep our commitments  Clarify Expectations  Show Personal Integrity  Use the most important words
  15. 15.  Recognize what is important to that person and take interest in it  Ex: Sam discusses the stock market with his dad who is a stock-broker
  16. 16.  These are often underrated, but kind notes, winks, hugs, etc quickly add up in the RBA.  These small acts demonstrate appreciation
  17. 17.  Doing WHAT we say we will WHEN we say we will  Promising to be somewhere & not showing up = withdrawal
  18. 18.  Critically important in avoiding contention, misunderstandings, & hurt feelings  Don‟t read minds or expect others to read yours.  Ex: Moms idea of a clean room might be different than yours.
  19. 19.  Demonstrate character in all your actions & relationships  Be trustworthy & honest. Don‟t gossip
  20. 20.  Small, but important words make all the difference in a relationship.  Ex: Please… Thank you… I love you… I‟m sorry… How can I help…?

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