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Family . Personal Relationships. Everyone Has A Different Family. What is your family like? Each person has a different family and not one family is alike.

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Personal Relationships

everyone has a different family
Everyone Has A Different Family.
  • What is your family like?
  • Each person has a different family and not one family is alike.
  • Some families have both parents, step parents, one parent, only grandparents, aunts, uncles, or a family who is not related by blood at all.
  • What does “family” mean to you?
family and personal relationships
Family and Personal Relationships
  • Listening is the best way to show respect.
  • The goal is not so much to be loved, as it is to love.
  • By listening, do not prepare your defense.
  • What is the Motive behind our interaction with others?
  • “My idea is better than your idea.”
  • Think of a time where you used defense rather than listening. How could you have improved this situation?
love is spelled t i m e
Love is Spelled T-I-M-E
  • First: Remember that one of the most important things you can do for someone is listen.
  • Second: We cannot be right all the time.
  • Third: Asking for forgiveness is essential!
  • Fourth: You cannot have relationships without time.
love is spelled t i m e1
Love is Spelled T-I-M-E

The average dad spends:

Over a Lifetime he spends:

  • 40-50 hours a week working.
  • 50 hours sleeping
  • 5 hours dressing / showering
  • 21 minutes with each child. (3 minutes a day.)
  • 12 years working
  • 25 years asleep
  • 3 years getting dressed
  • 11 days and 16 hours talking with each child

This doesn’t even account for the time spent watching TV. A Nielson survey (May 1991) showed many families spend an average of 50 hours a week watching TV.

group activity
Group Activity
  • In your group, decide what your family roles are.
  • What is expected of each person?
  • What do you expect from yourself?
  • How would you improve the quality of the group?
student activity
Student Activity
  • What can you do personally in your family to improve the quality of the relationships?
  • How is listening a way to show respect?
  • Can you think of a time when your interaction with someone was driven by a motive?
  • Why is it important to ask for forgiveness?
  • What does T-I-M-E have to do with improving the quality of your relationships?
  • What have you learned?
  • How will this help you in your future?
  • Is there anything else you wanted to learn?