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Comparisons Lesson Plans

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T Charts in Education

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Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships

Unhealthy Relationships: Relationship Awareness Activities

Lesson Plans by Patrick Healey

Unhealthy relationships can take many forms, and there are some aspects of unhealthy relationships that can be tough to talk about. Introducing the concepts of boundaries, red flags, and the cycles of a relationship gives students the tools to recognize them and make educated decisions.




Unhealthy Relationships

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Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationship examples

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  • DATE
  • UNHEALTHY
  • You had a burger for lunch. Order a salad.
  • I'm so hungry I could eat three slices!
  • HEALTHY
  • Me too, should we split a pie and take the rest home?
  • I'm so hungry I could eat three slices!
  • CRISIS
  • BEEEEEP
  • BEEEEEP
  • DAILY EXPERIENCES
  • Great! Now we are late because you can't set your stupid alarm. Do you ever think?
  • I don't like your friends. Let's just sit here by ourselves from now on.
  • I see some of my friends! Let's go sit with them.
  • I think the bell rang! Let's hurry and hope Ms. Smith doesn't care!
  • I see some of my friends! Let's go sit with them.
  • Sure, I'd love to meet some of your friends.
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