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COR 014/Personal Development
Day 19
Six Managing Reactions
1. Stay calm on the surface
2. Be civil
3. Be clear about the outcome or purpose
4. Try to talk to someone else
5. Be responsible
6. Avoid escalation
Unlocking of Difficulties
Self-regulation the propensity to suspend
judgement and think before acting.
Emotional Intelligence it is your ability to
recognize and understand emotions in yourself
and others, and your ability to use this
awareness to manage your behavior and
relationships.
Social Skills proficiency in managing
relationships and building networks.
Cross-cultural Sensitivity one of the hallmarks
of empathy
Persuasiveness one of the hallmarks of social
skills
Emotion it is a physiological experience (or
state of awareness) that gives you information
about the world.
Self-awareness the ability to recognize and
understand your moods, emotions and drives,
as well as their effects on others.
Motivation a propensity to pursue goals with
energy and persistence.
Self-confidence one of the hallmarks of self-
awareness
Optimism even in the face of failure one of
the hallmarks of motivation
Important:
Avoid drinking alcohol when very angry
or distressed
Avoid driving a car when highly
emotional.
Don’t deny your emotions.
Day 20
What is a Relationship?
Type of connection existing between
people related to or having
communication with each other.
Types of relationships between and among
adolescents:
1. Friendship Relationships - give
adolescents opportunity to develop
problem-solving skills. Promote fun and
thrill with their company and
amusement.
Adolescents with no friends
tend to feel more lonely and
unhappy, and they usually show
worse academic performance
and lower self-esteem.
As they grow older, they are
more prone to drop out of
school and engage in criminal
activities.
2. School Relationships from extreme
popularity to bullying or harassment ,
the latter referring to any kind of
physical, verbal or psychological
mistreatment.
3. Love/Romantic Relationships as a
result of their sex drive, and the
imitation of adult behavior, adolescents
begin to interact in effective
relationships.
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Learning to interact with people of the
opposite sex
Having fun hanging around with new
people
Experimenting new things
Stages of Love in Romantic Relationships
Physical Attraction is also known as the “love-
sick” phase, and is controlled by three
neurotransmitters; adrenaline, dopamine, and
serotonin.
During this stage you daydream about
your partner all day, and they are the
center of your attention, causing you to
lose appetite, and need less sleep.
Emotional Attachment/Unconditional
Acceptance includes commitment,
partnership, children, and can recognize both
positive and negative traits towards their
partner.
In this stage is when you and your
partner will either work towards a
healthy/loving relationship or decide to
quit all together.
How to Express Love
1. Make time for the one you love
2. Learn to listen actively
3. Offer warmth through kisses and hugs
4. Make some random surprise
5. Give support
6. Look out for someone they love
7. Be honest
Day 21
Healthy Relationship one w/c two people
treat each other as equals:
They trust each other
Treat each other with respect
What Makes a Relationship Healthy?
Two people treat each other as equal
They trust each other
Talk and Listen to one another
How do I know that I am in a healthy
relationship?
You feel good
You give and take
You feel safe
Day 22
Social Relationship - any relationship between
two or more individuals
Social Influences how individual behavior and
thinking are influenced by other people and
groups.
a. Conformity adjusting one’s behavior
or thinking to coincide with a group
standard. Tendency to change our
behavior/beliefs in ways that are
consistent with group norms (Asch’s
experiment)
b. Norms accepted ways of thinking,
feeling, behaving
Conditions that Strengthen Conformity
One is made to feel incompetent
The group is at least three people
The group is unanimous
One admires the group’s status
One had made no prior commitment
The person is observed
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Reasons for Conformming
Normative Social Influence
Influence resulting from a person’s
desire to gain approval or avoid
disappointment
Informational Social Influences
Influence resulting from one’s
willingness to accept others’ opinios
about reality
Obedience - change in behavior in response to
direct orders from authority (most direct form)
(Migrams’s experiment)
Social Role expected behaviors and attitudes
that come with one’s position in society
a. Social role transitions roles change
over the lifespan.
b. Gender roles describe what men and
women actually do in a given culture
during a given historical era.
c. Gender stereotypes refers to sets of
shared, often inaccurate and inflexible
beliefs about what all men and all
women have in common.

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COR 014/Personal Development Important: Day 19 • Six Managing Reactions • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Stay calm on the surface Be civil Be clear about the outcome or purpose Try to talk to someone else Be responsible Avoid escalation Unlocking of Difficulties Self-regulation – the propensity to suspend judgement and think before acting. Emotional Intelligence – it is your ability to recognize and understand emotions in yourself and others, and your ability to use this awareness to manage your behavior and relationships. Social Skills – proficiency in managing relationships and building networks. Cross-cultural Sensitivity – one of the hallmarks of empathy Persuasiveness – one of the hallmarks of social skills Emotion – it is a physiological experience (or state of awareness) that gives you information about the world. Self-awareness – the ability to recognize and understand your moods, emotions and drives, as well as their effects on others. Motivation – a propensity to pursue goals with energy and persistence. Self-confidence – one of the hallmarks of selfawareness Optimism even in the face of failure – one of the hallmarks of motivation • Avoid drinking alcohol when very angry or distressed Avoid driving a car when highly emotional. Don’t deny your emotions. Day 20 What is a Relationship? ➢ Type of connection existing between people related to or having communication with each other. Types of relationships between and among adolescents: 1. Friendship Relationships - give adolescents opportunity to develop problem-solving skills. Promote fun and thrill with their company and amusement. • Adolescents with no friends tend to feel more lonely and unhappy, and they usually show worse academic performance and lower self-esteem. • As they grow older, they are more prone to drop out of school and engage in criminal activities. 2. School Relationships – from extreme popularity to bullying or harassment , the latter referring to any kind of physical, verbal or psychological mistreatment. 3. Love/Romantic Relationships – as a result of their sex drive, and the imitation of adult behavior, adolescents begin to interact in effective relationships. • • • Learning to interact with people of the opposite sex Having fun hanging around with new people Experimenting new things Stages of Love in Romantic Relationships Physical Attraction – is also known as the “lovesick” phase, and is controlled by three neurotransmitters; adrenaline, dopamine, and serotonin. ✓ During this stage you daydream about your partner all day, and they are the center of your attention, causing you to lose appetite, and need less sleep. Emotional Attachment/Unconditional Acceptance – includes commitment, partnership, children, and can recognize both positive and negative traits towards their partner. ✓ In this stage is when you and your partner will either work towards a healthy/loving relationship or decide to quit all together. How to Express Love 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make time for the one you love Learn to listen actively Offer warmth through kisses and hugs Make some random surprise Give support Look out for someone they love Be honest Day 21 Healthy Relationship – one w/c two people treat each other as equals: ✓ They trust each other ✓ Treat each other with respect What Makes a Relationship Healthy? ✓ Two people treat each other as equal ✓ They trust each other ✓ Talk and Listen to one another How do I know that I am in a healthy relationship? ✓ You feel good ✓ You give and take ✓ You feel safe Day 22 Social Relationship - any relationship between two or more individuals Social Influences – how individual behavior and thinking are influenced by other people and groups. a. Conformity – adjusting one’s behavior or thinking to coincide with a group standard. Tendency to change our behavior/beliefs in ways that are consistent with group norms (Asch’s experiment) b. Norms – accepted ways of thinking, feeling, behaving Conditions that Strengthen Conformity • • • • • • One is made to feel incompetent The group is at least three people The group is unanimous One admires the group’s status One had made no prior commitment The person is observed Reasons for Conformming Normative Social Influence • Influence resulting from a person’s desire to gain approval or avoid disappointment Informational Social Influences • Influence resulting from one’s willingness to accept others’ opinios about reality Obedience - change in behavior in response to direct orders from authority (most direct form) (Migrams’s experiment) Social Role – expected behaviors and attitudes that come with one’s position in society a. Social role transitions – roles change over the lifespan. b. Gender roles – describe what men and women actually do in a given culture during a given historical era. c. Gender stereotypes – refers to sets of shared, often inaccurate and inflexible beliefs about what all men and all women have in common. Name: Description: ...
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