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Self-Control

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Teri Bell

on 16 December 2013

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Transcript of Self-Control

Self-Control
Control over one's actions, responses, words.
Discuss 3-4 goals you might like to set that require self-control. Goals can be in different environments.
Example-School--Waiting to give answers when called upon. Completing difficult homework assignments instead of hanging out with friends. Training for athletic events, going to practice every day.
Example-Home- Treating siblings kindly when you do not want to, finishing chores, helping parents.
Example-Community--Recycle used items instead of throwing them in the trash although sometimes throwing away is easier.
Self control means to think, wait, then act. It can mean not participating or doing something, (resisting peer pressure by saying no to situations that may get you in trouble). It can be voluntarily completing tasks that may not be easy.
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