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Unit 10 Family - U nit 10 Barbara Brandmire For Unit 10...

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Unit 10 Barbara Brandmire For Unit 10, Assignment A, complete the following activities from Chapter 4: "Family Matters" in the SkillSoft e- book: Life Matters: Creating a Dynamic Balance of Work, Family, Time and Money, by A. R. Merrill and R. R. Merrill. Refer to this e-book for additional information. Activity A Part One: List six or seven ordinary, everyday behaviors at home—things family members tend to do —the results of which are generally not positive. TV too loud in bedroom Constantly changing the channel Leaving napkins laying around Papers on the counter tops and tables Messy desk, desk is shared and the other persons paperwork and “stuff” always makes it way to my side of the desk Piling up stuff at bottom of stairs Not putting salt on the icy sidewalk Activity A Part Two: List six or seven ordinary, everyday behaviors at home, the results of which are generally positive—they usually tend to make people happy. Loading/unloading the dishwasher Loading/unloading washer/dryer Picking up clothes off closet floor Hanging coat in the closet Keeping heat up in the house Being home when I arrive and hearing “Hello” Sitting side by side at the desk working together Watching a program together we both enjoy
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Activity B: Create a Family Mission Statement. Realizing that we all have differences in our daily behaviors, instead of becoming upset about a habit or behavior, understand that the individual is not doing what they do to upset another. Rather it is a
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