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Healthy/Unhealthy Relationships:Facts S2

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Gordon Macpherson

on 3 February 2015

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Transcript of Healthy/Unhealthy Relationships:Facts S2

Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships
Healthy or Unhealthy??
Healthy Romantic Relationships
Honesty
Trust
Communication
Shared responsibility and power
Respect
Separate identities
Intimacy
Personal Integrity
Body Autonomy
The Way out of an unhealthy relationship
Communicate with them about your unhealthy relationship
Ask them to respect your boundaries
If they don't, you have the full right to discontinuing the relationship
Topics we will cover:
Friendships

Family Relationships

Romantic Relationships

Why People Stay in Bad Relationships

How to Get Out of an Unhealthy Relationship
Healthy Friendships
Honesty
Trust
Respect
Good Communication
Caring
Both parties feel comfortable being themselves
Personal Boundaries are respected
Healthy Family Relationships
Mutual respect
Body Autonomy
Communication
Trust
Unhealthy Friendships
Examples of Unhealthy and Healthy Romantic Relationships
Unhealthy Family Relationships
Unhealthy Romantic Relationships
Jealousy
Judgement
Selfishness
Emotional, verbal abuse
Abusing authority
Examples of healthy and unhealthy friendships
Examples of Unhealthy and Healthy Family Relationships
Stop at 1 minute
Physical, emotional, sexual abuse
Controlling
Little equality and respect
How to Get Out of an Unhealthy Relationship
Don't mistake addiction for love
Confront second party about your discomfort in the relationship
Don't feel in the wrong for leaving, you have every right to
If it is a physically abusive relationship, you can go to the police for assistance if you feel fear.
Even if it is not physically abusive, you can always seek the help of a close friend, relative, colleague or counsellor
Why people stay in unhealthy relationships
Addiction
Manipulation
Routine
Fear
Self Confidence
Even a bad relationship is better than none
Reliant on their partner
Love
Peer pressure
Not knowing
Getting out....
thehotline.org
loveisrespect.org
loveisnotabuse.com
http://www.enddomesticabuse.org/
Debate Time!
FRIENDSHIP

You and your friend have a large argument which
result in not talking with each other for a few days.
This happens often in your friendship. Once you
start talking to each other, you two work out the problem and become good friends once again. Soon after, your friend goes through a bad break up and comes to you to talk about it. You listen to your friend and wait patiently till they’re done to say anything.
You comfort your friend for the next few days. Once your friend is over their break up, you notice that
your friend is talking about themselves a lot. It
bothers you and you finally tell your friend, and
then you get into another disagreement.

Debate Time!
FAMILY RELATIONSHIP

You and your older sibling disagree often about trivial
matters. Youfeel like they are always trying to prove you’re
wrong, and are always telling you what to do; you do not
enjoy this. They find you
often make mistakes, and want to correct you. You try to talk
to them about it, but they answer that they’re just trying to
teach you what’s
best. You feel that this pressure is unneeded, and that you
are able to take care of yourself. This escalates into an
argument. Eventually you settle down, not wanting to
make them more angry. Instead of fighting, you decide
to keep your opinion to yourself; however, you are still
in disagreement. You care about your sibling, but you
feel they are too controlling. Surely they do care
about you too; they just want to make sure
you are always doing your best. Despite your
differences of opinion, you are actually quite close, and enjoy
many of the same activities. Your sibling’s controlling
tendencies are really the only issue.

Debate Time!
ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP

You feel really comfortable around your partner, you are always honest to each other and you trust them. The two of you communicate, and respect each other. It’s the perfect relationship. Your partner tends to get drunk a lot however, and when they are drunk, they tend to pressure you into things that you do not
want to do. That is the only bump in this otherwise perfect relationship
Your Turn
In groups of four, you will act out a 1-2 minute skit depicting a healthy or unhealthy relationship.

You will be evaluated on your demonstrated understanding of the topic.
Review
What we covered today:

Healthy and Unhealthy:
Friendships
Family Relationships
Romantic Relationships

Why people stay in bad relationships.

How to get out of an unhealthy relationship.
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