Hi Lochie, I love the setup of your new teen bedroom. Don't you think this TV is too big?
Hmm, I've had a think and I agree with you. Let's put it in the media room.
Power in Relationship
You're a women, you will never win!
Let's see about that!
State Issue: TV in Teen Bedroom Describe Issue: TV is too big and in the bedroom Solve Issue: Think sensibly and agree to move TV into media room Solutions: You should never have a TV in your bedroom, you won't relax and forget to read.
Strategy for Overcoming Bullying
Bullying is never ok. It'S hurtful and can impact someone for a long time. You're not alone, there are people you can talk. Types of bullying: verbal, physical, social, cyberbullying. Why someone may bully: feel jealous, want others to like them, want to feel better about themselves, want to fit in with their friends, feel angry inside, have been bullied themselves, like to be in control. Effects: trouble sleeping, appetite lose, trouble concentrating, down about yourself, find it hard to cope, trouble with school work, feel sick, feel alone, sad, angry or confused. What to do if you're being bullied: keep your distance from bullying, don't bully them back, tell them what they are doing is not okay, tell a teacher or an adult you trust.
State Issue: Women Boxing Men Describe Issue: Should women be allowed to box with men? Solve Issue: Yes, both genders can box in the ring. Solutions: There have been many battles of women winning against men.
State Issue: Stealing Lunch Describe Issue: The boys sandwich and snacks are taken by another boy every lunchtime and thrown in the playground. Solve Issue: The boy should ask the boy for his lunch back. Solutions: If the boy doesn't give back his lunch, he should ask him to stop taking it. If that still doesn't work, he should tell a teacher on duty.
HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS BY LACHLAN CUNNINGHAM YEAR 7 PDHPE TERM 1 TASK 1