Table of Contents

POSITIVE INTERPERSONAL PROGRAMMING PIP

I. Being a Friend

1. Self Management At Home

2. Positive Self-Projection

3. Showing Respect

4. Showing Trust

5. Being Cooperative

6. Caring

7. Managing Conflict

8. Sharing

9. Being Loyal

10. Helping Relationships Grow

11. Keeping Morale High

II. Being a Parent

12. Managing the Children

13. Relating to the Children

14. Modeling for the Children

15. Being Responsible

III. Blending Families

16. Blending Expectations

17. Blending Differing Life Experiences

18. Working on Blending

IV. Being a Financial Partner

19. Being Financially Responsible

20. Sharing Financially

V. Being a Sexual Partner

21. Showing Sexual Interest

22. Relating Sexually

23. Sexual Respect

24. Sexual Fidelity

Other Relationships

PIP Elements

For Teachers

PIP Elements

For Managers

I. Priorities

1. Cooperation

2. Loyalty

3. Caring

4. Sharing

5. Respect

6. Trust

II. Processes

7. Direction

8. Action

9. Attitude

10. Association

11. Engagement

12. Modulation

13. Modeling

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