Transcript: FRIENDSHIP PRESENTATION by: Abbey, Jessica, and Roman Why do friendships fail? Determine whether the friendship is worth repairing FORGIVENESS Note your friend's most admirable qualities All friendships will need forgiveness "A two way street" Vital to survival of a friendship Know when to overlook "Genuine friendship cannot exist where one of the parties is unwilling to hear the truth." Cicero strengthens immune system 1. Change. (Out of synch, jealousy, anger, pity) It's part practical and part emotional. Make more accomodations. 2. Neglect. (no forward motion, too busy, lack of nurturing) It happens often during a stressful time in life. 3. Betrayal. (gossip, flirting, doublecross) Dismantles trust. Benefits of Friendship gives us strength be authentic be your own person Take the initiative what people appreciate most about friendships Step 5: Rebuild respect Don't respond with revenge Take responsiblility and offer a sincere apology lower cholestrol 500 to 2500 acquaintances multiplies joy HOW TO KEEP FRIENDS - 4 qualities Step 1: Count the Costs Perfect - based on admiration of someone's good character, fulfilling, rare keeps stress in check Step 3: Forgive friends of the road - a short friendship that happens in a stage of life or a particular stretch of the road friends of the heart - friendship that endures over a lifetime 1 to 7 close friends Step 4: Diagnose the problem DEDICATION Remember: It's normal and appropriate to change/lose friends, because life changes. HONESTY survive coronary disease Don't pretend that there isn't a problem keeping promises keeping secrets not deserting in a time of need Realizing that a friendship no longer works can be a positive LOYALTY Find out what went wrong to avoid repeating it Set your pride aside 20 to 100 core friends Pleasure - young people, purpose of partying, founded on flimsy circumstances Step 2: Make meaningful contact ability to influence others' plans, thoughts, actions, emotions personal sacrifice selfess devotion/commitment wards off depression Utility - eager, upbeat, often in business, to improve the "bottom line", founded on flimsy circumstances cuts grief Convey your desire to fix the relationship and explore their openess to considering a discussion
Transcript: May 3rd 2018 Heather Snipes Friendship Presentation Topic Topic Empathy & Emotional Expression Empathy Empathy "The ability to experience vicariously the same emotions that someone else is experiencing" (Shaffer, 2009) Emotional Expression Emotional Expression expressions in people, observably verbal and nonverbal behaviors that communicate an internal emotional or affective state Target Child Target Child Height: 48 inches Weight: 56 pounds Age: 8 years' old Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Blonde Ethnicity: Dutch American Gender: Boy -Middle child -Slow to warm -Very polite -Very expressive Focus: Empathy Displayed towards others "The ability to identify facial expressions is crucial for healthy develop" (Trentacosta & Fine, 2010) Lab 2 Focus: Emotional Expression "Frowning in response to sadness in others has been related to sympathy and empathic behaviors towards others" (Bos, et al. 2016) Lab 3 Conclusion
Transcript: -Albert Camus -Elbert Hubbard A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down. Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies. A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself. Shelby Dicks Don't walk behind me; I may not lead, Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. A friend is one who knows you and loves you just the same. -Arstotle -Arnold H. Glasow A Day In the Life Of Shelby -Jim Morrison
Transcript: More likely to feel lonely More likely to be victimized by peers Tend to engage in deviant behaviors Organizing Play: "Let's play trucks." Sharing Assisting Others Giving Compliments Taking Turns Playing Fair Apologizing to Others Behaviors That Lead to Friendship Why Children Need Friends Friendship Important for social and emotional development Children with friends are more self confident Students with friends perform better academically Having friendships provides support and promotes mental health and well being Costs of Not Having Friends Set up a collaborative learning environment Pair-share Cooperative assignments Games Buddy system Model good friendship skills (Can use puppets, videos,stories,etc.) Create a Caring Community of Learners What Teachers Can Do Friendship Soup
Transcript: A few of these types of friendship are : Enjoyment of each other's company By René Villarroel Heredia Kindness FRIENDSHIP CHARACTERISTICS OF FRIENDSHIP Empathy THERE ARE 9 TYPES OF FRIENDSHIP Friends are people without whom your life would not be complete. They are the people who you know for ages, or even if you don’t you feel like you were born on the same day. They will always be by your side and will help you with any troubles. Mutual understanding "A friend in need, is a friend in deed" Compassion Loyalty Imaginary friend Sympathy Best friends Certain characteristics are involved in many types of friendship, including: What is friendship? People have been asking this question for centuries, and we can never know the exact answer that will fit everybody’s definition of friendship. Trust Humour Casual relationship (friends with benefits) Honesty I have many good friends but now I will talk about one of them especially my friend Daniel Revollo, with him I put into practice everything that I mentioned a moment ago, he is now in Spain, and I hope to meet him again someday. To finish I want everyone to help me sing, thank you very much.
Transcript: Frienship Presentation By: Mia Munoz Friendship: a person who has a strong liking and trust in others. Peer: people in the same age group Acquaintance: someone whom a person has et but doesn't know well Definitions of Friendship, peer, and acquaintance What's the difference between the three words? What's the difference between the three words? The difference between the words peer, acquaintance, and friendship is that friendship are friends that both know each other well, acquaintances are people that don't know each other as well, and peers are people you don't know but they're the same age as you are. Why is communication so important? Communication is so important because if you don't communicate then you might misunderstand someone. For example is someone spreads a rumor about your friend then if you don't talk to your friend about the rumor you might think it's true. Charaterestics of a good friend Charaterestics of a good friend The charaterestics of a good friend are loyalty, trustworthy, and honest. These are good charaterestics because if your friend is loyal then you can trust in them even if they did something wrong, if your friend is trustworthy then you can trust in them with anything, and lastly if your friend is honest you know they will always tell the truth. How to make and keep friends How to make and keep friends Name / Job title You can make friends by starting a conversation if someone looks alone, relate to them, and being nice to them. You can keep friends by not starting drama or gossiping about them, being kind and nice to them, by being trustworthy, and by not telling a secret that they told you. Seven Principles of a relationship 1. Look for a good match (respect & tolerate differences) 2. Always be open for a conversation (don't always mean a fight) 3. Pay attention to different values (don't sacrifice your values for your friendship) 4. Don't manipulate, play games, or pressure someone 5. Don't try to change the other person 6. Don't change yourself for someone else 7. Have an idea of how you want to be treated You can end a friendship in good ways or in bad ways. The bad ways to end a friendship are by gossiping on someone, causing drama, and starting rumors. Good ways are if you move places and can't speak to each other because your to far and by telling each other you no longer have interests in each other How to end a frienship When do you use I statements? When do you use I statements? You can use I statements when your friend tries to cheat from your test because they forgot to study & you've worked very hard. Another one is when your coach puts you on the bench when you have worked hard. Example 1: I have worked so hard to study for my test and I have listened in class when I needed to. Example 2: Coach why am I out? I have practiced very hard and while I was hurt and I am still on the bench. Do I need to improve? What can cause a conflict, tips to resolve it, how can they be prevented Poor communication, instant flare-ups, jealousy, stress, and revenge are few things that can cause a conflict. Some tips to resolve a conflict are to define the problem, and suggest a solution from both points of views. They can be prevented by thinking before you speak, staying calm, and by talking it out with the other person. Types of Peer Pressure and how to de... Types of Peer Pressure and how to deal with them Types of peer pressure are bad and good. The good ones are studying, volunteering, joining a team or club, and being active. The bad types are drugs, alcohol, violence, and disrespect for authority. You can deal with them in both ways by having a good self esteem, surrounding yourself with positive people, knowing the consequences, and by talking to people who you trust.
Transcript: Sasha Meneghel e Bruna Marquezine They're crazy and amazing The creators of friendship How did they meet? The two girl met as children when Bruna participated in the film Xuxa Abracadabra and Xuxa called her to sleep in her house and play with her daughter. Since then, they have not separated! In 2010, they spent New Year's Eve at a gala party in Las Vegas! They are very funny when they come together! They always visit each other Sasha is studying fashion in New York, but they always visit each other, and share their moments on social medias.
Transcript: Communication Communication is important in friendship because someone always need a friend to be there for each other. Communication helps friends to solve problems. Communication is always is always needed in a friendship a friendship and can be solved and so that there can be fights in a friendship. One way of making friends is being nice to each other. Being honesty to each other as well can keep friends. Definitions Friendship: The emotions or conduct of friends; the state of begin friends. Peer: Look keenly or with difficulty at someone or something. Acquaintance: A person one knows slightly but who is not a close friend. The seven principles of a relationship Friendship Presentation How to make and keep friendship??
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