Boundaries
Talking to Adults/Parents
Conflict Resolution
Making Friends
Dating
100

What are boundaries?

100

What is the hardest part about talking to adults/parents? 

Not feeling judged

Worried about getting in trouble 

Awkward 

Trust

100

What are some ways to address a conflict?

Discussion 

Agree to disagree 

Space 


100

What is hard about making friends?

Anxiety 

Not having the same interests 

Trust 

worried about saying the wrong thing

confidence 

100

Your bf/gf asks you to hang out on Friday night through a text on Tuesday morning.  You ask for permission from your parents and they say 'yes.' 

Friday night comes around and you didn't see or speak to your bf/gf the whole day at school, through text/call, or social media. 

Your mind immediately thinks the worst. 

Instead, what should you do?

- Text your bf/gf to see if you are still going to hang out 

- Find a new bf/gf

- Show up at their house, unannounced

 Text your bf/gf to see if you are still going to hang out 


200

What boundaries can be crossed when talking with adults?

200

What is the easiest part about talking to adults?

200

What can make a conflict worse for you?

200

What is an important characteristic of a friendship?

Trust 

Loyalty 

Respect 

Having Fun 

Feeling comfortable

200

Who should initiate the first conversation?


Either of you! 
300

What are some ways to avoid crossing boundaries?

300

What is a common misconception adults have on talking with teens?

300
What is the worst conflict you have been in and how did you handle it?
300

Which is more important; 

the quantity of friends 

or 

the quality of friends? 

300

If you bf/gf is treating you poorly, what should you do? 

If you still want to be with them, what should you do? 


OPEN VOTE

400

What is your own personal boundary you do not like being crossed?

400

What is something adults should change when they talk to teens?

400

What do you think can help conflict not happen as often with friends/family/teachers/adults?

400

Have you ever had a friend that peer pressured you into doing something you didn't want to do?

400

What is consent? 

mutual permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.

500

Jenny told her best friend Amanda a secret about herself that she didn't want anyone else to know. Amanda promised to not say anything about it. Amanda hung out with her other friend Lena and let Jenny's secret slip out. Lena began to share the secret out to EVERYONE at school and began twisting the secret around to make it even more interesting. 

Who crossed a boundary in this incident?

Amanda and Lena

500

What do you wish you could talk to adults about more comfortably?

500

What skills do you have that have helped with conflict resolution?

500

How do you keep a friend?

500

Does gender affect how consent is viewed?

It should not. Consent is objective.

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