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Relationships. (Chapters 6-9). Building Healthy Relationships. Communication….be assertive, not aggressive or passive. Cooperation Compromise Mutual respect and consideration Honesty Dependability Commitment. Family Relationships. Types of families- 1.)Single-parent families

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relationships

Relationships

(Chapters 6-9)

building healthy relationships
Building Healthy Relationships
  • Communication….be assertive, not aggressive or passive.
  • Cooperation
  • Compromise
  • Mutual respect and consideration
  • Honesty
  • Dependability
  • Commitment
family relationships
Family Relationships
  • Types of families-
    • 1.)Single-parent families
    • 2.)Blended families
    • 3.)Extended families
    • 4.)Adoptive families
    • 5.) Foster families
families cont
Families, cont.
  • Situations that could effect the Health of a Family-
    • Changes in Family Structure
    • Moving
    • Financial Problems
    • Illness or Disability
    • Substance Abuse
  • How does your family cope with stress?
    • Talk
    • Do your part as a family member
    • Know who to ask for help
peer relationships
Peer Relationships
  • Dating Relationships
    • One major benefit of dating:
      • 1.) Provides an opportunity for you to get to know yourself better- to recognize your strengths and weaknesses.
    • Choosing not to date right now:
      • Some teens choose not to date for many reasons:
      • 1.) Do not feel emotionally ready
      • 2.) Time commitments
      • 3.) Parents rules
    • ** It is important to wait until you feel comfortable.
conflicts within relationships
Conflicts within relationships
  • Some ways that conflicts build:
    • 1.) Power
    • 2.) Property
    • 3.) Jealousy
    • 4.) Authority
    • 5.) Space/Territory
recognizing conflict
Recognizing Conflict
  • Take a step back from the situation and ask a couple of questions:
    • 1.) What is really bothering me and why?
    • 2.) Is this a minor or major problem?
    • 3.) What is my part in the problem?
    • **It is important to learn how to properly respond to conflict.
communication within relationships
Communication within Relationships
  • Aggressive- not effective
  • Passive- not effective
  • Assertive- saying what you mean in a clear, non-threatening way
  • Nonverbal Communication
    • Just as important as verbal communication
abuse in relationships
Abuse in relationships
  • Types of abuse
    • Physical abuse
      • often the most easily recognized form of abuse. Physical abuse can be any kind of hitting, shaking, burning, pinching, biting, choking, throwing, beating, and other actions that cause physical injury, leave marks, or cause pain.
    • Sexual abuse
      • any type of sexual contact between an adult and anyone younger than 18; between a significantly older child and a younger child; or if one person overpowers another, regardless of age. If a family member sexually abuses another family member, this is called incest.
      • About 75 percent of all sexual assaults or attacks are committed by people the victim knows.
    • Mental/emotional abuse
      • can be the most difficult to identify because there are usually no outward signs of the abuse. Emotional abuse happens when yelling and anger go too far or when parents constantly criticize, threaten, or dismiss kids or teens until their self-esteem and feelings of self-worth are damaged. Emotional abuse can hurt and cause damage just as physical abuse does.
abuse cont
Abuse, cont.
  • Mental/emotional abuse
    • can be the most difficult to identify because there are usually no outward signs of the abuse. Emotional abuse happens when yelling and anger go too far or when parents constantly criticize, threaten, or dismiss kids or teens until their self-esteem and feelings of self-worth are damaged. Emotional abuse can hurt and cause damage just as physical abuse does.
  • Neglect
    • Neglect occurs when a child or teen doesn\'t have adequate food, housing, clothes, medical care, or supervision. Emotional neglect happens when a parent doesn\'t provide enough emotional support or deliberately and consistently pays very little or no attention to a child. This doesn\'t mean that a parent doesn\'t give a kid something he or she wants, like a new computer or a cell phone, but refers to more basic needs like food, shelter, and love.
how to avoid abuse
How to avoid abuse
  • Three R’s:
    • 1.) Recognize
    • 2.) Resist
    • 3.) Report
recovery from abuse
Recovery from Abuse
  • People who are being abused need to get help. Keeping the abuse a secret doesn\'t protect anyone from being abused — it only makes it more likely that the abuse will continue.
  • If you or anyone you know is being abused, talk to someone you or your friend can trust — a family member, a trusted teacher, a doctor, or a school or religious youth counselor. Many teachers and counselors have training in how to recognize and report abuse.
  • Many teens who have experienced abuse find that painful emotions may linger even after the abuse stops. Working with a therapist is one way to sort through the complicated feelings and reactions that being abused creates, and the process can help to rebuild feelings of safety, confidence, and self-esteem.
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