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Win-Win
Compromise
Lose-Lose
Win-Lose
Permanence
Disinhibition
Delay
Cultural
Gender
Assertive
Assertion
Direct
Passive
Aggression
Indirect
Non assertion
avoidance
Escalatory
Relational
stonewalling
Defensiveness
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criticism
Disconfirming messages
independence
Conflict

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managine conflict Bingo Cards

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Conflict
independence
Disconfirming messages
criticism
Contempt
Defensiveness
stonewalling
Relational
Escalatory
avoidance
Non assertion
Indirect
Aggression
Passive
Direct
Assertion
Assertive
Gender
Cultural
Delay
Disinhibition
Permanence
Win-Lose
Lose-Lose
Compromise
Win-Win

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Communication Skills Word Search

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Passive
Body Language
Intrapersonal
Verbal
Nonverbal
Aggressive
Listening
Communication
Assertive
Mixed Messages
Active

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Anger Management Crossword

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Anger human emotion
aggrsion is behavior
how to cope with anger anger management
saying "yes" when you mean "no" passive
procrastinator, lazy passive aggressive
taking control, negotiator assertive
short fuse, quick to react aggressive
out of control behavior rage
who gets angry everytone
what can make a perosn prone to anger stress

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Communication Word Search

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Aggressive
Assertive
Attention
Body language
Clarification
Effective
Electronic
Eye contact
Gestures
Listenting
Meaning
Non verbal
Paraphase
Passive
Smile
Summarize
Timing
Tone
Voice
Volume

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Communication With Romantic Partners Crossword

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a means of resolving conflict in which the goal is a solution that satisfies both people’s needs Win-win problem solving
a form of avoidance in which one person refuses to engage with the other. Stonewalling
the process of keeping stable relationships operating smoothly and satisfactorily. Relational maintenance
an indirect expression of aggression, delivered in a way that allows the sender to maintain a façade of kindness Passive aggression
a type of deception in which one person withholds information that another person deserves to know Omission
the inability or unwillingness to express one’s thoughts or feelings Nonassertion
saying something to bring about a desired response without asking for it directly Hinting
hinting at a message instead of expressing thoughts and feelings directly Indirect communication
a message in which the speaker deliberately misleads another person in a mean-spirited or manipulative way Fabrication
language with more than one likely interpretation Equivocation
an expression of the sender’s thoughts or feelings, or both, that attacks the position and dignity of the receiver Directly aggressive message
a model claiming that, throughout their lifetime, people in virtually all interpersonal relationships must deal with equally important, simultaneous, and opposing forces such as connection and autonomy, predictability and novelty, and openness versus privacy Dialectical model
proposes that relationships develop, maintain stability, and come apart in stages that reflect different levels of intimacy Developmental model
striking back when one feels attacked by another Defensiveness
personal, all-encompassing, and accusatory messages Criticism
an approach to conflict resolution in which both parties attain at least part of what they seek through self-sacrifice Compromise
reflects the speaker’s negative attitude or opinion toward another person Contempt
a style that directly expresses the sender’s needs, thoughts, or feelings, delivered in a way that does not attack the receiver’s dignity Assertive communication
deception intended to be non-malicious or even helpful, to the person to whom it is told Altruistic lie
a state of closeness between people that can be manifested physically, intellectually, emotionally, and via shared activities Intimacy

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Communication Skills Word Search

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Passive
Body Language
Intrapersonal
Verbal
Nonverbal
Aggressive
Listening
Communication
Assertive
Mixed Messages

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Assertiveness Word Search

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calm
kind
speaking clearly
shouting
arguing
threatened
confident
happy
angry
eye contact
behaviours
aggressive
passive
assertive
body language

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Anger Management Crossword

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Anger directed towards self self inflicted
Cleverly hidden anger passive
On going anger Chronic
Anger directed towards an idividual retaliatory
Positive anger constructive
Used to monitor anger hostility log
anger that can be explosive and intense volatile
Anger that is closely related to frustration overwhelming
a form of resentment or loathing judgmental
Something that happens and you react to it trigger
usually the body's first response to anger is increased breathing
ABC of anger, B is Belief
ABC's of anger, A is activating event
ABC of anger, C is consequence
through mistakes people learn how to improve
Assertive people are willing to compromise
this type of person forces opinions on others aggressive
physical response to anger red face
behavior response to anger hitting
Angry people are often the ones who let the _____things bother them little
The process of learning how to "calm down" anger management

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Assertive, Non Assertive and Aggressive Behaviors Crossword

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standing up for personal rights in direct, honest and appropriate ways Assertion
involves respect Assertion
one type of respect is for ___ oneself
an important aspect of assertion is being..... responsibile
one goal of assertion mutuality
a second goal of assertion communication
shows a lack of respect for one's own needs nonassertion
goal of aggression domination
Winning is a goal of.... aggression
the vast majority of communication is nonverbal
a nonverbal agreesive behavior staredown
An assertive behavior could be... strongbodygestures
Aggressive confrontation involves _______ others. confronting
Objectively describing what the other person said would be done and what they actually did confrontiveassertion
the ____ escalated assertion is contract option final
_________ assertion causes the speaker to try to understand the other;s feelings empathic
_____ assertion is a simple expression of standing up for personal rights basic
Do we want to violate the rights of others? Yes or no no
Can you refuse a request respectfully? Yes or no? Yes
Nonassertion violates one's own rights? True or False True

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Chapter 11: Managing Conflict Crossword

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A lose-lose situation? Avoidance
A Win-Win situation ? Collaboration
A Win-Lose situation? Competition
This gives both people some of what they want. Compromise
A Lose-Win Situation? Accommodation
The welfare and satisfaction of one depends on the actions of others? Interdependence
Which type of conflict style uses different but mutually reinforcing behaviors? Complementary
Which type of conflict style uses both people in the same tactics? Symmetrical
What is repetitive conflicts about the same issue? Serial argument
What are attacks on a person character? Criticism
What is a reaction that aims to protect ones presenting self by denying responsibility? Defensiveness
What is a contemptuous comment that belittles and demeans? Contempt
What usually occurs when one person in a relationship withdraws from the interaction? Stonewalling
What is an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals? Conflict
What type of conflict is unacknowledged but very real repeating patterns of interlocking behavior? Rituals

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