Positive relationships

Positive relationships
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  • Everyone this is our new student Ashley!
  • Sure, thank you!
  • Hi my name is Kayla, wanna sit by me?!
  • Today's plans: Math, then science, then Art, then history!
  • Here i'll help you!
  • Aw man I can't get my locker open, i'm gonna be late to class
  • It's okay, we can clean it up together!
  • Come on, why does this always happen to me?
  • Ashley's role is being the new kid and trying to make some friends. Kayla's role is being a kind person while introducing herself and offering her if she wants to sit with her.
  • Kayla helped create a relationship because she was nice and started talking to Ashley and offered Ashley if she wanted to sit her. Ashley also helped create the relationship because she accepted Kayla's offer and started to talk to her while being kind.
  • A way they can maintain the relationship is always talk to one another, treat them the way you want to be treated, and don't do anything bad like drugs and don't do anything you don't want to do. Positive relationships affect you socially because you will have someone to always talk to, emotionally because you are happy with your friend, physically because you can make good decisions, and mentally cause you can focus and work hard in your daily life.
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