Ipc lesson plan 18 relational transgressions

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  • 1. Relational Transgressions
    Cheating, Jealousy, & Envy
  • 2. What are the Top 3 Relational Transgressions?
    Sexing it up
    Wanting to Date Another Person
    Lying about something important
  • 3. Sexual Infidelity
  • 4. Emotional Infidelity
  • 5. How Prevalent is it?
  • 6. How Prevalent is it?
  • 7. Which form of infidelityis more traumatic?
  • 8. Which is worse?
    For Men  Sexual Infidelity
    For Women  Emotional Infidelity
    Why do you think this is?
  • 9. Evolutionary Perspective
  • 10. Double-Shot Thesis
  • 11. Why do we cheat?
  • 12. Why we Cheat
    Dissatisfaction in the relationship
    Boredom
    Need for Excitement
    Wanting to feel attractive
    Sexual Incompatibility
    Revenge
  • 13. Interesting Fact:
    Women are more likely to suspect infidelity than men are.
    Why is this?
    Men Cheat More?
    Women are better at interpreting nonverbals?
  • 14.
  • 15. Jealousy & Envy
  • 16. Rivalry
    The
    Goal
    Jealousy
    Envy
  • 17. Emotions and Jealousy
    Negative Emotions include:
    Anger
    Fear
    Sadness
    Guilt
    Hurt
    Positive Emotions
    Passion
    Love
    Appreciation
  • 18. How do we behave when we feel jealousy?
  • 19. Constructive Responses
  • 20. Destructive Responses
  • 21. Avoidant Responses
  • 22. Rival- Focused
    Responses