We are looking at 7 simple personal rights that abusers typically do not respect. They are very basic, and in any healthy relationship, no matter in what setting, you should feel comfortable with and about these.
Helping kids become aware of their PERSONAL RIGHTS is a great start to helping them develop HEALTHY SELF-ESTEEM! from "Healthy Self-Esteem in Kids: 10 Things Parents Can DO to Help" at One Time Through parenting
Something that you need to be in this world.... even with the person right next to you
Allow yourself the personal right to disengage, disassociate, and detach. Use your God-given backbone when dealing w/ toxic friends, co-workers, family members or in-laws etc, w/ the understanding that detachment is not a sign that you don’t care but that you are doing what is necessary to preserve your personal health and happiness.
This Common Core reading and social studies activity is interesting and thought-provoking for students. Students will work in a cooperative group to examine scenarios with realistic people. They will decide if the person's rights were respected, according to the Bill of Rights. Students are also asked to correlate the scenario to an Amendment in the Bill of Rights.