Relating to Others. Relating to Others. People who value themselves, because they are confident and happy, attract other people into friendships. A person’s friendships can form into strong support systems.
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Violence- A brutal physical force intended to damage or injure another. While it is important to remain calm and try and avoid a conflict if possible if you ignore the conflict it may become worse.
Feud- A bitter continuing hostility often involving groups of people.
The Hatfields and McCoys lived on opposite banks of the river that separates eastern Kentucky and West Virginia. It is believed that a theft of a hog may have caused it. What it did lead to was a very costly and deadly war between the families that consumed and ravaged their families, counties, and states. Eventually the US Supreme Court finally had to come in and settle after 40 years!!
Working on your conflict and communicating is important to try and settle the conflict and to prevent someone from getting hurt.
Some people may fear trying to make new friends. Reaching out to other people usually does not lead to rejection. To get started, though you have to be willing to risk rejection and handle it if it occurs.
Describe the Problem’s Parts- Breaking problems into parts will make it more manageable. Usually you will start off with the smaller components of the problem and work your way to the larger components.
If an emotion you are on starts to fill you with resentment and anger you may to re-evaluate the part you are working and either come back to it or work with someone you trust to help you through it.
Brainstorm- Involves thinking up many different solutions to the problem. During this step don’t try and solve the problem but come up with creative and fun solutions to it that may make it enjoyable for you. With all of these solutions right them down because they can either be used or combined with other ideas and that will make the solution that much better.
Think about each solution- In thinking about each solution, judge it based on your own values and emotions. Imagine and list probable outcomes that can be both positive or negative. Compare the ideas and rank them best to worst. Also consider the practicality of each solution.
Choose a Solution and Act on it: Once you have though all possible solutions out, you can pick one that fits your values and personal circumstances. Evaluate the solution.
Did you receive the results that you expected?
How did the solution fit with your values and beliefs?
Did the Solution fail to meet your needs?
Evaluate the Outcome: If the idea worked you can keep it and if it didn’t work you can go back and completely change it or just modify it just a little bit.