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What Offspring Look for in a Friend?

Is this child fun to be with?
Is this child trustworthy?
Does this child help me complete my goals?
Does this child make me feel good about myself?
Is this child alike to me?

Social Tasks Complicated in Peer Relationships

Joining a group or activity
Coping with success
Dealing with conflict
Defending self
Coping with failure
Staying involved
Making a friend
Sticking up for a friend
Coping with rejection
Responding to requests
Making requests
Helping others
Maintaining a conversation
Coping with teasing
Being encouraging of others

Although abandoned kids be at variance in many ways, there does seem to be a touch they have in common:

A large amount of discarded brood are missing in assured interaction skills, such as being cooperative, helpful, refining non-verbal communication, timing, spatial awareness, verbal language correctness and inappropriate dress or poor own hygiene. This suggests that it must be feasible to help these family by doctrine them categorical ways to interact with others.

(This in sequence has been compiled from studies done by General Association for Child Care- Gladys A. Williams, Dept. of Psychology, U of Illinois- Urbana)

(c) Judy H. Wright

This bulletin geared up by Judy H. Wright, a close relative educationalist and PBS consultant. You will find a full inventory of books, tele-classes, and workshops programmed at www. ArtichokePress. com. You have consent to use the commentary on condition that full acclaim is given to author. She may be contacted at 406-549-9813 or JudyWright@ArtichokePress. com


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