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  • 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.   Role: a part you play in your relationship Relationship: the bond or connection you have with other people ◦ Acquaintances ◦ Friends ◦ Family
  • 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.  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.  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.  Bullying: ◦ Deliberately harming or threatening others who cannot easily defend themselves.  Hazing: ◦ Making others perform certain tasks to join a group.
  • 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.  Trustworthiness:  ◦ Do what you say you will do  Responsibility: ◦ Show sympathy and/or empathy  ◦ borrow something, it breaks, you replace it.  Fairness: ◦ take turns, share Caring: Citizenship: ◦ Be a good neighbor, help by shoveling walks, etc.  Respect: ◦ Listen when someone is talking
  • 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.   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.  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.     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.       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.    Understand the individual Small courtesies and kindness Keep our commitments    Clarify Expectations Show Personal Integrity Use the most important words
  • 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.   These are often underrated, but kind notes, winks, hugs, etc quickly add up in the RBA. These small acts demonstrate appreciation
  • 17.   Doing WHAT we say we will WHEN we say we will Promising to be somewhere & not showing up = withdrawal
  • 18.    Critically important in avoiding contention, misunder standings, & 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.   Demonstrate character in all your actions & relationships Be trustworthy & honest. Don‟t gossip
  • 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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