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Sometimes it’s hard to focus on the positive statements about ourselves
Sometimes other people feel like talking and sometimes they feel like silence- how do you tell which one they want?
Knowing when to stop doing something that is enjoyable is hard. We have to practice the skills of: knowing when to stop, and accepting decisions made by others in charge.
Write Yes or No next to each sentence. After everyone is finished, discuss what each person decided was an apology.
Think about how to use each strategy. Would you be able to just do it yourself or do you need to ask an adult first?
Read each situation and think about how it would make you feel. Understanding how we feel helps us know how to act and can help us know how others might feel too.
We all have different interests and knowledge. Read each conversation topic and determine if you find it interesting or boring. If you know someone that likes it name them.
Sometimes things happen that upset us. If it was an accident, that means no one meant to do it. If it’s on purpose, the person did mean to do it.
Teasing can be a way of showing affection for another person. But teasing can also be used to embarrass people and hurt their feelings. Teasing that hurts is a form of bullying.
When you see someone and look into their eyes, what emotion do you see? Look carefully at other parts of the face; lips, teeth, chin, eyebrows, cheeks. How do you think they feel.
The way we talk to people changes based on how close we are with them. Acquaintances are people we don’t know as well as friends. Think about what you could talk about with them.
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