The assignments that have activities are in red.
Read the Personal Bill of Rights. You can reorder them from what you think is the most to least important.
You can add some, cross out others. Then discuss your changes with a partner.
Read the Personal Bill of Rights and Discuss it.
Questions to consider:
Do you agree with all of the rights on the list?
Do you think some are more important than others?
Do you think they are in the order of importance?
Do you think there are more things that should be added on?
Do you think this Personal Bill of rights List is something everyone should have?
Have you ever violated someone else's Personal Bill of Rights?
If so, what did you do to make amends?
Articles - Sites - Blog Posts to Maintain Healthy Relationships
This blog post on the Loveisrespect.org site provides solid descriptions and advice on establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries.
What does it take to have a relationship? Loveisrespect.org provides a list and descriptions of behaviors on this page.
As easy as 1-2-3. this chart describes the behaviors in healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships. (Loveisrespect.org)
This CDC program is geared towards students 6th through 8th grades but there is solid information for all teens about what healthy dating relationships function.
This site provides solid information for young people aged 12 to 24 years old on healthy dating and relationships, and warning signs of abusive behavior.
If you have ever been in an unhealthy or emotionally abusive relationship the emotional scars need to be healed. This article informs us how animals can be a great support and comfort.