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"I statements"

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Summary

Participants can express opposing points of view by beginning sentences with "I" and not including what the other person said or did.

Instructional Strategies

1. To confront a behavior without attacking a person and to state a point of view without requiring the other person to agree with the point of view, use an "I" statement. 2. Start a sentence with "I" and describe how you feel, without including what the other person did.

Participant Tasks

1. To confront a behavior without attacking a person and to state a point of view without requiring the other person to agree with the point of view, use an "I" statement. 2. Start a sentence with "I" and describe how you feel, without including what the other person did.

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