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How Do We Communicate? (Handout)

  How Do We Communicate? Use this worksheet to explore how you communicate with a member of your family.   Family Member: ____________________________________   Rate how well you feel you and this person communicate (1=always fighting; 10=we never fight)   1               2               3               4               5               6               7               8               9               10   Why did you choose this number? __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What usually leads to an argument with this person? __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What do you wish this person would do differently when communicating with you? ________________________________________________________________

Five Styles of Responding to Conflict

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                                                              Five Styles of Responding to Conflict

Responding to Conflict "The Big 3," Our Behaviors, Thoughts, and Emotions (Handout)

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  Learn How To Respond To Conflict

Safe Start Survey

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We appreciate your participation. Please provide feedback via the survey link below.  Safe Start Survey for Kids. Safe Start Survey for Teens and Adults. Thank you, Briana Prevention Coordinator

Personal Self-Control Plan

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Make a plan to maintain self-control.  

Emotional Accountability Bill of Rights

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 We have the right and responsibility to be accountable for our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Discover Your Choices

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Coping Skill #3 Discover Your Choices The Coping Skills Workbook " Sometimes when we are stuck in a problem situation, it seems that no matter how hard we try, we can't change things in any way. If we look  harder, however, we will find that we always have some kind of choice in making things better for ourselves." With every problem situation that we face, there are always going to be things we can't change and things we can change. Learning to adjust your attitude will always give you the option to change the way you think about something. Coping Skill #3 is about realizing our questions and learning how to put positive energy toward changing the things that can be changed. Here are three steps: Look at your problem carefully. Discover the things you can't change and the things you can. Choose something you can change and work on making it better. Sometimes it's hard to see the things that we can change right away.... There are so many things that happen to