Intro: Hey guys! Today we are going to talk about healthy relationships. Healthy relationships are built on a foundation of appreciation and respect. This includes family, friends, and any other significant people in your life. Studies show that people with healthy relationships really do have more happiness and less stress in their lives. Relationships are fun and they make you feel good about yourself, but do you know what it takes to have a good relationship?
1. Have participants sit in a circle.
2. Distribute paper and pencils/pens to everyone.
3. Ask participants not to put their names on the paper to put their names on the paper..
4. Ask participants to write down five things they do in their friendships to show that they value or like their friend/ significant other.
5. Instruct participants to crumple the paper up into a ball.
6. Everyone then throws “snowballs” around the circle for a few seconds, imitating a snowball fight.
7. When the “snowballs” have been tossed around the room for a while, ask the participants to stop and pick one up that is not their own.
8. Go around the circle and have the participants read the list on the “snowball” they picked up. Ask the participants to stop and pick one up that is not their own.
-How is what you wrote on your “snowball” different or similar to what others wrote?
-How can you improve your existing relationships?
-What are some things that cause