Healthy Relationships
Communication
Feelings
Thoughts
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100

What are boundaries? 

Limits we place with other people on what is or is not okay. 

100

What are the three different ways of communication? 

Passive, Aggressive, and Assertive. 

100

Why are feelings important?

It's our body telling us what is going on. What we are comfortable with. What we aren't comfortable with. 

100

Do thoughts have an affect on our feelings? 

Yes. 

100
Name how you're feeling on a scale of 1-10. 
200

What are red flags? 

Warning signs that we may not be in a healthy relationship. 

200

What does being assertive mean? 

You are able to communicate your needs and feelings without putting down others. 

200

What does labeling your feeling mean?

It means recognizing and understanding the name of the feeling you're having. 


Putting a NAME to the feeling that you're experiencing. 

200

Give an example of how positive thoughts might help?

A coach giving a pep talk to his team during half time. 

200

Give an example of a negative thought you may have. Make it more helpful. 

300

Are boundaries the same for everyone? 

No. You have different boundaries for what you're comfortable with from your mom, best friend, or a teacher. 

300

Your friend wants to borrow your only pencil to use for the test. They’ve done this multiple times before. 

What is an aggressive way to communicate to them? 

AGAIN? Get your own pencil!

300

Where might somebody feel ANGER in their body? 

Head (Hot)

Arms (Tight)

This can be different for EVERYBODY

300

What are negative thoughts? 

Thoughts that are not helpful and bring us down. 

300

What are some of your own boundaries? 

400

What are some red flags in a relationship? 

1. They are controlling. 

2. They put you down. 

3. They don't respect your boundaries. 

400

Your friend keeps putting their arm around you in a way that you aren’t comfortable with. You try to talk to them about the issue.

What is a passive way to deal with this situation? 

Nothing. Let them keep doing it. 

400

What are coping skills? 

Things we can do to help us manage big feelings. 

400

Leslie is worried about a math test she has to take at the end of the week. What might be a negative thought Leslie has? What is a more helpful thought she can have?

Negative thought example: I'm going to fail. 

Helpful thought: I can study before the test. I've passed tests before, etc. 

400

Name 3 of your own coping skills!

500
What is a relationship? 

The bond or attachment we have with other people. Does not have to be boyfriend/girlfriend. 

500

How can somebody be assertive? 

Tell somebody the problem, express how you feel, state what you want to happen. 

500

What are some things we can do to manage big feelings? 

1. Coping Skills

2. Take care of our body

3. Look for support

4. Have helpful thoughts. 

500

Jamie wanted to hang out with her friends over the weekend, but did not hear from them all weekend. 

What is a negative thought he might have? 

What is a more helpful thought? 

Negative thought: They don't like me. 

Helpful thought: Maybe they were just busy. 

500
Name a time you could have been more assertive. 
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