Relationship: bond or connection you have with other people Family: Friends: Community Role: a part you play in your relationships.
Mother Teacher Cook Maid Tutor Sister Daughter Step daughter Church member Taxi driver Financial officer Banker Counselor Coach Warden Therapist Employee citizen Roles Ms. Ross Plays
Mutual Respect opinions, tastes. agree to disagree! Caring: kindness, consideration, empathy. Honesty: Open with your feelings don’t conceal your thoughts, feelings or actions. Commitment contribute to the relationship to keep it strong. Sacrifice. Deal with problems positively. Traits to Healthy Relationships
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 2 “vital” C’s in Relationships
Trustworthiness: Doing what you say you will do Responsibility: borrow something breaks you replace it. Fairness: -taking turns, sharing Caring: Sympathy, empathy Citizenship: Helping neighbors, shoveling walks etc. Respect: Listen when someone is talking, Character and Relationships
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 Respect: willingness to show appreciation and consideration
Bullying: Deliberately harming or threatening others who cannot easily defend themselves. Hazing: Making others perform certain tasks to join a group. Disrespectful Behaviors
Predjudice: unfair opinion or judgment of a particular group of people. Stereotype: exaggerated or oversimplified belief about people who belong to a certain group. TOLERANCE: the ability to accept others differences.