Social Skills Video: Fighting with Friends
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Jeff and Mike have a misunderstanding and get upset at each other. Rather than communicating, Mike starts yelling at Jeff and turns a small problem into a big one.
Use Fighting with Friends
We all could use reminders of slowing down our actions when things get heated. This video shows how not communicating can lead to bigger problems. Brainstorm different situations where friends can use words to diffuse a situation.
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