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Home management and child care


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Home management and child care

  2. 2. "What God has joined together letnot man separate"--Matthew 19:6
  3. 3. Marriage has always been valued asthe most sacred bond shared between the bride and the groom.
  4. 4. You as a person is a product of the union of your father and mother joined by God.
  5. 5. The youth: Their relationship withfamily, friends and members of the opposite sex
  6. 6. Before the world of a youth rotates just around their home, family and school, but now with the use of advance technology the youth became more conscious in their community and world issues, andeager to play a role as a simple family member.
  7. 7. In performing this role, as a youth, you should learn more about your feelings and the feelings of other family member to have a good relationship within the family.
  8. 8. To make your house a home, start sharing your concern and love forthe other members of your family.
  9. 9. You need to establish relationship because life is nit meant to be lived alone. When you continue to loveyour family, it will not be hard for you to also establish a good friendship whom you can share some of your thoughts, problems and dreams.
  10. 10. It is important that you have bothboys and girls among your friends, for you to develop your personality, and enjoy some interesting hobbies.
  11. 11. It can also help you for selecting a mate wisely when you are ready for marriage in the future.
  12. 12. Healthy Boy-Girl Relationship
  13. 13. Socializing in group will provide a teenager opportunity to understand the opposite sex better which are normal indications of social growth. In having fun together.
  14. 14. Girls get to know many boysbetter and such opportunities will enable them to gain self- confidence and be at with the opposite sex.
  15. 15. As young people begin to showspecial interest among each other, some customs or norms of conduct are to be practiced.
  16. 16. Both boys and girls should have the understanding that parentsshould be informed or consulted of their plans.
  17. 17. A Healthy Teen Relationship is pure and divine. To establish aHealthy Teen Relationship one can consider some factors
  18. 18. 1.Try to build a friendly relation with your partner. 2. After a few meetings try to get acquainted with his/her family. 3. Go out for dates to know more about your lover. 4. Try to avoid disputes. 5. Respect each others values.6. See to the fact, that whether your lover pays heed to your needs and desires.
  19. 19. Dating
  20. 20. Dating is a form of courtship consisting of socialactivities done by two people, it usually refers to the act of meeting and engaging in some mutually agreed upon socialactivity in public, together, as a couple.
  21. 21. The most common idea is twopeople trying out a relationshipand exploring whether theyre compatible by going outtogether in public as a couple,
  22. 22. This period of courtship issometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.
  23. 23. Benefits and Risk of Dating
  24. 24. The Joys and Benefits of DatingDates provide the opportunity for friends to enjoy each others company in socialactivities, and such socialization is a healthy outlet for relieving the pressure of work and school responsibilities.
  25. 25. Guidelines to Maximize Dating Benefits Through dating, two people should be able to enjoy eachothers company and the activities they choose to participate in.
  26. 26. Dating Partners are Equals. The time has long past whenyoung women had to settle for an inferior status and only young men were in positions of power and control.
  27. 27. Good Communication is Key. Being able to share ones truefeelings and beliefs with anotheris an important part of the dating process.
  28. 28. Dispute Settlement Needs to be Done through Negotiation No two human beings agreeon everything. When conflict does occur, negotiation is an appropriate way to deal with the problem.
  29. 29. Dispute Settlement Needs to be Done through Negotiation No two human beings agreeon everything. When conflict does occur, negotiation is an appropriate way to deal with the problem.
  30. 30. Positive Social Behavior is Essential.Dating partners should exhibit high standards of personal and interpersonal behavior.
  31. 31. Guidelines to Reduce Dating RisksAlong with the positive attributes of dating in America today, the freedoms enjoyed by dating couples also present potential risks.
  32. 32. Physical Abuse. Physical abuse includes kicking, biting, choking, hitting, battering(beating up) or threatening to use a gun, knife or other weapon.
  33. 33. Emotional Abuse.Emotional abuse is defined as any verbal or nonverbalcommunication intended to cause psychological pain to another person.
  34. 34. Economic Exploitation. Economicexploitation is stealing, damaging or destroying a partners money or property.
  35. 35. Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Anotherdangerous form of dating abuse is being forced to ride with adriver who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  36. 36. Unwanted Sexual Contact. Datingpartners are often forced to have unwanted and possibly unprotected sex.
  37. 37. Making Dating Choices Young adults should never feelthey have to date someone or go someplace that makes them feel uncomfortable.
  38. 38. Prepared by:Arenda, Dolly Ann C.