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Healthy relationships

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  • 1. Foundations of Healthy Relationships
  • 2. Relationship: bond or connection you have with other people
    Family: Friends: Community
    Role: a part you play in your relationships.
  • 3. 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
  • 4. 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
  • 5. 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
  • 6. 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
  • 7. 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
  • 8. Bullying:
    Deliberately harming or threatening others who cannot easily defend themselves.
    Hazing:
    Making others perform certain tasks to join a group.
    Disrespectful Behaviors
  • 9. 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.