Quality time helps to develop a bond between family members. Not only will this strengthen ties, it will provide you with charitable memories of times spent together, whether it is having fun, being sad, happy, or bad. There are many other things that can decide whether you have a happy family. Like how you and your family deal with stress. If you and your family can communicate well or is it a complete mess.
Expressing love and affection may come in many forms. This may be through a gentle cuddle, a little encouragement, appreciation, approval or even a smile. All this can go a long way to build the confidence and well-being of your child or children. Another way of expressing love may be through telling your child how much you love them. Doing this on a daily basis leaves them with reassurance that someone actually cares.
I define the mutual problem with the other party, being open and honest is really important and I also use 3rd parties for their problem-solving skills. Individuals who fit into this style are self-motivating, expressive, enjoy the atmosphere of peer relationships and value independence. I would have to say that collaboration is one of the most beneficial interpersonal conflict styles. The process itself is based on mutual trust, respect and participation, which can be mutually rewarding. When several parties collaborate to resolve a conflict, they openly express their concerns and work to find a mutually beneficial solution.
THE LAWS OF ATTRACTION: How We Choose And Keep Our Friendships Carolyn Troadec Los Angeles Valley College Carolyn Troadec p. 1 Most people would agree that the friendships they hold with others are incredibly important to the quality of their lives, and yet the “architecture” of how we choose and make friends has remained largely unexamined. Research now shows that friendship doesn’t “just happen”; there are quantifiable factors involved. Some are obvious, but some are not. I will examine the psychology behind how people choose and hold on to friendships. What is friendship and why do we want it?
When people trust you, they will be more inclined to follow you. If they follow you, and you have all the pieces of the puzzle in place as described throughout this course, you will succeed. A leader builds trust by considering the “good of all” when making decisions. Leaders do not abuse their power, but build trust by using it properly. Trust fosters collaboration, which contributes to openly sharing information, which then creates a solid team who supports each other.
Everyone needs to do their part, respect the property and boundaries of others, and be a team player. However, none of this can happen without there first being a sense of friendship. Friendship is created when people are kind to each other. Kindness is one of the most important aspects of a thriving community. Without kindness, no one will respect each other or hold up their responsibilities, and the comunity will be weak.
Now the key components of happiness are self-respect, assertiveness, letting go of the past, family and friends (human connection), having goals in life, love, and belief in God. To me these are the key components of happiness. In happiness you must have self-respect because if you cannot have respect for yourself, who’s going to want to be with you or be in your present. You must be proud of who you are and the choices you have made or will make. In happiness you must not be afraid to give your opinion on anything you think is wrong or right.
I find that my closest and best relationships are those who have common values, way of living, and ideals about living life. Once I find a relationship that is trusting, I try to maintain it to my best ability. I am very easy to talk to, however my best communication is with others that have the same values. I express my liking for the other person by showing some generosity and kindness. Part II: Impact On Management Style The manager sees their role as that of a guide or coach, to show staff what to do and how to do it, and then get out of their way and let them do it.
But there are a few qualities a friend should posses. For me my friends are pretty much, all I have and so I look up to them for everything. It is important that a friend is reliable, trust-worthy, caring, dedicated, intelligent and most of all, someone who makes you feel comfortable, someone who makes you feel good about yourself. A few people might say that one should choose friends who are intelligent, I don not, necessarily, agree with them, because friendship is a bond between two people that forms on its own. Although I agree with the fact, that an intelligent friend is a valuable asset, but if a friend is not caring and dedicated then there is no use of their intelligence, if you cant rely on them and cannot trust them then there really is not any bond or relationship.
Effective communication also helps families and staff to build a trusting partnership and develop honest and respectful relationships. When families and staff have a genuine interest in one another, people are able to be open about their thoughts and feelings. 2. Identify one policy and one procedure from children or young person's work setting for sharing information. All policies should be available to those who need to know basis and they may be shared with colleagues, parents, carers and other settings as well as with other agencies and services.