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Presentation Disclaimer. Each Family System is UniqueEvery Teenager is UniqueBrain FunctioningGenetic Temperament Some Approaches are Better Suited to Different Adolescents . The Family System: What Does a Child Need. The pre-adult has a place with a systemWhat is going ahead in that system?Developmental ChangesConnection - Regulation
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The Five Love Languages Teenagers

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Presentation Disclaimer Every Family System is Unique Every Teenager is Unique Brain Functioning Genetic Temperament Some Approaches are Better Suited to Different Adolescents

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The Family System: What Does a Child Need The immature has a place with a framework What is going ahead in that framework? Formative Changes Connection - Regulation – Autonomy Connection-enthusiastic bond Regulation-guidelines and structure Autonomy-freedom (passionate, otherworldly, educated, social)

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Connection Love dialects Regulation is identified with adoration Can you want to much? No! Try not to befuddle love and control.

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Love Languages Everyone has a Love Tank We Receive Love Differently There are Five Primary Love Languages Words of Affirmation Physical Touch Quality Time Acts of Service Gifts

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30 Second Love Language Test I feel adored when individuals express how appreciative they are for me, and for the basic things I do I feel particularly cherished when a man gives me full focus and invests energy with me I feel particularly adored by somebody who brings me endowments and other substantial articulations of adoration I feel particularly cherished when others get things done for me I feel particularly adored when a man communicates love through physical contact

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Words of Affirmation Love Language #1 During and Unsure Time They Need to be Assured Words of Praise (concentrate on conduct) Be Sincere Be Specific Words of Affection (concentrate on youngster) "I cherish you" When and Where "I appreciate you" "You\' are _____ (awesome, brilliant, … .."

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Physical Touch Love Language #2 Time The counter touch time Place Public Settings (self-governance) Appropriate Manner for Physical Touch Hug, Back Rub, Hold Hands, Pats and so on. Because you as it doesn\'t mean they do Example: "I feel like a kitty" Physical Touch to Correct A Word to Fathers Daughters-Physical Dev.; Sons-Boy Code Abuse

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Quality Time Love Language #3 Challenges Movement Towards Peers is Normal Giving Undivided Attention Challenges (Time and Focus) Proximity is not Togetherness Sports Focus on the Teenager Quality Activities (Plan with Them) Focus on Hearing not Saying (next slide)

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Maintain Eye Contact Don\'t Multitask Listen for Feelings Observe Body Language Refuse to Interrupt Ask Reflective Questions Express Understanding Ask Permission to Share Your Perspective Rate Differences Average rate of discourse is125 to 175 words for every moment while the cerebrum can prepare 500 to 1,000 words a moment (test to not meander in our considerations) Guidelines for Quality Conversations

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Interpersonal Communication Model Noise Interference Noise Interference Senders Actions (Public) Effect On Listener (Private) Senders Intentions (Private) Senders Style Of Encoding Listeners Style Of Decoding

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Acts of Service Love Language #4 Service Attitude Daily and Mundane Acts: Duty or Loving Service? Control or Behavior Modification I will do _____ on the off chance that you will ______. Displaying and Reciprocal Love Teach Independence Guideline: Do demonstrations of administration for them that they can\'t accomplish for themselves Family Game "I truly welcome that… "

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Gifts Love Language #5 Gift - a noticeable, substantial confirmation of passionate love Greek word for blessing (charis)- undeserved blessing Undeserved, Not a reward, not a control Gift Giving and the Ceremony Jacob "We adore you and need you to have this" Jesse "We cherish you and might want to pay for.." Counterfeit Gifts - endowments intended to replace genuine romance You Cannot Buy Love

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Discovering Their Love Language Parental Flexibility Developmental Changes Mood Changes Due to Environment Steps to Discovery Ask Questions What might improve our relationship? Mention Objective facts How would they indicate love? Analyze Treatment= Tx (Tx1 then Tx2 then Tx3 and so on… ) Give them a decision between Tx1

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Discovering Their Love Language You Possess the Power to Determine a Child\'s Love Language by What You Do or Do Not Do.

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Love and Anger The immature has a place with a framework What is going ahead in that framework? Formative Changes Connection - Regulation – Autonomy Connection-passionate bond Regulation-guidelines and structure Autonomy-freedom (enthusiastic, otherworldly, educated, social)

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Teresa Langston Special Family Forum Rules about Rules ought to be as few as conceivable Rules ought to be as clear as conceivable Rules ought to be as reasonable as conceivable Rules about Consequences Should be resolved before an infringement Should be directed with affection Should be managed with consistency Regulation

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Autonomy Psychological Control Controlling the considerations, convictions, and feelings of the kid. The message is that I don\'t confide in you to think for yourself. Low self-regard, poor inspiration, poor basic leadership and critical thinking aptitudes.

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