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  • Practice I need and I feel statements.
  • When is it good it be spontaneous and when is it not good? Have you ever acted without thinking and later felt bad about it?
  • Example: Hiding books at the book fair so that you could come back later to buy them.
  • I’ll study later. Oops, the test is today? Can I raise my grade? (Said the week before grades come out.)
  • Self-sacrifice for others. Putting others first.
  • Changing schools!
  • Chalkboard story.
  • Move away. Isolate yourself.
  • Are You Mature Copy

    1. 1. Are You Mature?
    2. 2. What is maturity? Number 1 The ability to understand our own deepest feelings and needs AND to be able to EXPRESS these feelings and needs in appropriate and constructive ways.
    3. 3. Number 2 The ability to think through our actions and consider their consequences.
    4. 4. The ability to respect the feelings and needs of others. Number 3
    5. 5. The ability to delay immediate satisfaction in order to reach long-term goals. Number 4
    6. 7. Number 5 The ability to love—to think of another’s needs as if they were your own.
    7. 8. The ability to adapt flexibly and creatively to life’s changes. Number 6
    8. 9. Not to pout or emotionally blackmail others but to . . .
    9. 10. Channel our energy into constructive, beneficial activities. Number 7
    10. 11. Number 8 The willingness to be responsible and accountable for our own actions.
    11. 12. Number 9 The ability to form healthy relationships and to limit or end destructive or unhealthy ones.
    12. 13. When I am at the end of my rope, I ASK FOR HELP! The final sign of maturity

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