Relationships Come F.I.R.S.T.
(Formula for Improving Relationship Success Tools)

PART I:  Tools for Responding in Relationships
Module 2: Universal Blueprint® Part I – The 4 Questions to Ask

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Module 2, Part 1: Introductions to Combo Problems

(See playlist table of contents in upper left corner of player)


Module 2, Part 1 audio (left-click to stream, right-click to download)

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Module 2, Part 2: Applications

Module 2, Part 2 audio (left-click to stream, right-click to download)

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Module 2, Part 3: Question 4, Assignment & Take-aways


Module 2, Part 3 audio (left-click to stream, right-click to download)

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Module 2, Part 4 (Optional): Christian Question (video)

Module 2, Part 4 audio optional (left-click to stream, right-click to download)

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Assignments:

 
2. On 4 separate sheets of paper, choose one problematic scenario from at least 2 of the following groups of relationships listed below. (2 from each group) At the top of each sheet, write type of relationship (column it’s in and category from the list) and then describe the problem.

Peer-to-Peer                                  Authoritarian

Couples                                          Parent/Child

Friends                                          Teacher/Student

Extended Family                             Therapist/Client

Neighbors                                       Professional/Client

Colleagues                                      Business Leader/Staff

You may choose a relationship other than those listed above. If you do, identify what type of relationship it is (answer to Question 4).
 
3.   Beneath the description of the problem, identify the type of problem for each of your scenarios (Questions 1-3) & why you think it’s that type of problem. (NO, C, P, PU, PO, C/P, C/PU, C/PO)
 
Keep this list. You’ll use it for your assignment on the next session:
Module 3: Universal Blueprint® Part II – The 5 Steps to Take in an Effective Response

 

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