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Healthy Relationships Objectives:  To understand components of a healthy relationship  State what is important to YOU in a relationship – values and.

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1 Healthy Relationships Objectives:  To understand components of a healthy relationship  State what is important to YOU in a relationship – values and opinions  Articulate concrete ways to improve upon negative situations and improve relationships.

2 Relationships

3 When I am with someone else I need to feel: ________________. A relationship is a bond or connection you have with other people.

4 Evaluating a Relationship Activity  The purpose of this activity is to heighten awareness of what constitutes a good relationship and to help you learn how to evaluate your own relationships.  Use this worksheet to evaluate any type of relationship including a romantic relationship, friendship, or family relationship.  Think of a relationship, past or present, that is important to you and use this worksheet to evaluate that relationship.

5 Scoring Your Worksheet  One point for each “yes” response to questions 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 14.  One point for each “no” response to questions 1, 5, 7, 8 and 10.

6 What does the score mean?  1-3: There are few constructive elements in this relationship. You may want to think about your reasons for continuing the relationship, or work toward improving it.  4-6: This relationship has problems that might be resolved by working on honesty and communication.  7-10: There is the basis for a good relationship. Focus on the positive elements and work on improving the destructive ones.  10-14: You're doing well and have what it takes to build a successful and satisfying relationship.

7 Traits of a healthy relationship  Mutual respect  Caring  Honesty  Commitment

8 Three C’s of healthy relationships  Communication  Cooperation  Compromise

9 Codependent Relationships Codependency – making the relationship more important to you than you are to yourself  Trying to make the relationship work with someone else who’s not trying Behaviors of codependent people:  Low self esteem  Fixers  People pleasers  Fear abandonment

10 Relationships  Healthful Promotes mutual respect, productivity, and health (physical, emotional, mental and social) Free of violence, harmful behaviors, and drug use  Harmful Harms self respect, interferes with productivity and health (physical, emotional, mental, and social) Includes violence and/or drug abuse, harmful behaviors

11 Harmful Relationship Profiles  People Pleaser Seeks approval Does anything to be liked Acts like a “doormat”  The Enabler Supports harmful behavior of others Makes excuses for behavior of others Takes over other peoples responsibilities

12 Harmful Relationship Profiles  The Clinger Needy and dependent Chases and clings Suffocates others  The Fixer Fixes other peoples problems Quick to give advice Takes over other peoples responsibilities

13 Harmful Relationship Profiles  The Distancer Emotionally unavailable Avoids sharing feelings Keeps people at an arms length away  The Controller Possessive, jealous, and domineering Does not respect the will of others Demands one way  The Center Self centered Talks but does not listen Ignores the needs of others

14 Harmful Relationship Profiles  The Abuser Abusive Puts down others Threatens and harms others  The Liar Does not tell the truth Builds relationships on lies Manipulates others into responses they want  The Promise Breaker Unreliable Makes plans and cancels them Agrees to change behavior and does not do so


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