Objectives. Define, recognize and prevent sexual harassment. Identify the traits that are present in a healthy and abusive relationships. Michigan Merit Curriculum. Social Emotional Health & Health Behaviors
Identify the traits that are present in a healthy and abusive relationships.
How do you rate? Write the numbers 1 – 10 on a page in your workbook “notes” section. Respond by writing yes, no, or sometimes for each item. Write yes only for the items that you practice regularly.
Respond by writing yes, no, or sometimes for each item. Write yes only for the items that you practice regularly.
5. I am willing to work at my relationships
6. I communicate well with others.
7. I am a good listener.
What do you think is the difference between sexual harassment and flirting?
Do you think it is possible for one person to think he/she is flirting and the recipient to take the comments or behavior as harassment?
Each of us may interpret someone’s behavior differently.
The characteristics and expectations that society holds as true for men and women can impact how they act with one another.
Physical Abuse: hitting, slapping, punching, kicking, pinching, use of weapons.
Unless the abuser and his or her partner get professional help, the cycle will continue no matter what the abuser says during the honeymoon stage.