International Flirting Week on February, 2018: Minimum education qualification to teach Cambridge International Examinations?
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Strategies for Decision Making Question (Best Answer 10 points Reward)
What assumptions are being made in this situation?
A) Bob is assuming Beth’s behavior was not compatible with ordinary friendliness. Beth assumes Bob is jealous and insecure. Both assume themselves to be justified in what they have said to one another.
B) Bob is assuming Beth’s behavior is a sign of infidelity. Beth is assuming Bob is unfaithful. Both assume they should end the relationship.
C) Bob is assuming Beth really loves him. Beth is assuming Bob does not love her. Both assume that the other is responsible for the argument.
Beth begins to ask questions to make sure she is using the ______ standard in her dealings with Bob. These questions include: “Is my thinking justified given the evidence?” “Am I considering his point of view?” “Is my purpose fair given the implications of my behavior?” These questions are an example of _______ standard.
Bob wants to go to a marriage counselor to get another point of view on their marital problems. Bob is using what standard in his broader thinking?
What are the basic concepts in the question?
A) Divorce, money, time
B) Disrespect, infidelity, abusiveness
C) Flirting, friendliness, jealousy
What is Bob’s point of view? What is Beth’s point of view? What is your point of view as an outside party?
What are the implications of the reasoning involved in this situation?
A) Beth and Bob imply by their reasoning that the other is to blame for the differences between them. Both seem to imply that the relationship is in jeopardy.
B) Beth and Bob imply by their reasoning that they are to blame for the differences between them. Both seem to imply that they will go on to live happily ever after.
C) Beth and Bob imply by their reasoning that Beth is to blame for their differences. Both seem to imply that the relationship will be fine once Beth fixes her behavior.
Bob wants to focus on the facts from this situation. He does not want to discuss an argument from last week they had on their political ideologies. Bob is wanting to focus on the ________ pieces of information.
Bob says to Beth, “If you think I am always jealous, can you give me another example of a time when I have behaved this way?” Bob is asking to support the claim of jealousy with a previous example to ensure that this label is a(n) ____________ representation of his behavior.
What is the fundamental problem?
A) For Beth the problem is Bob’s jealousy and insecurity coming out, for Bob the problem is Beth’s flirtatious behavior.
B) For Beth the problem is Bob is no longer in love with her, for Bob the problem is Beth does not want a divorce.
C) For Beth the problem is Bob’s close-mindedness, for Bob the problem is Beth’s low self-esteem.
Beth wants to talk about any other feelings of jealousy Bob may have in their relationship. She wants to deal with the significant feelings that are impacting their relationship. Beth is using the _______ standard to look into the complexities of the problem.
What are the inferences or conclusions?
A) Beth and Bob’s inferences (conclusions) about the situation derive from the same behavior in the same instance, but they both see the behavior differently. To Beth, her behavior was friendly. To Bob, Beth’s behavior was flirtatious.
B) Beth and Bob’s inferences (conclusions) about the situation derive from the same behavior in the same instance, but they both see the behavior differently. To Beth, her behavior was an act of cheating. To Bob, Beth’s behavior was cheating.
C) Beth and Bob’s inferences (conclusions) about the situation come from two different experiences in the past. To Beth, her behavior was friendly and Bob’s was unjustified. To Bob, Beth’s behavior stems from years of unfaithful behavior and having no consequences.
Beth says to Bob, “Let me state in my own words what I think you just said. Tell me if I am clear on what you are saying.” Beth is trying to use ______ standard to better understand what Bob is saying to her.
What information is needed to solve this problem?
A) The facts about Jim’s intent.
B) The facts about Beth’s conversation with Jim at the party and the facts about Bob’s behavior when Beth speaks to other males.
C) The facts about Beth’s relationship with her parents and the facts about Bob’s career.
Bob wants to focus on the _______ information needed to address the issues in their relationship. He uses these questions to focus more on the significant issues. “What are the most important pieces of information we need to address the issues in our marriage?” “How is what happened at the party important to our overall marriage?” “What do I need to do to fix my marriage?”
Beth says to Bob, “I want to focus on what happened and how you were feeling during the even
Is she flirting with me?
We can't judge now about her because some girls are very friendly that make us think they like us as in gf bf way ! yet, I had a similar case to yours so let me tell you mine, it could help you :
This girl who is very pretty who is Swedish was an international student who came to Canada .. in brief we took marketing classes together and me and her worked in pairs for the whole term where we were supposed to choose our pair and cuz she was so hot asked if she wants to be my pair, she was yes ! got to know her more, gave her my cell number and got hers so we can arrange our meetings. everytime we talk she smiles at me all the time and laughs for any stupid joke I say ! we go to the university cafe and we talk there for ages .. guys thought she was my date ! everyone was like " ohh nice catch " i was super excited. we texted each other on daily bases .. then I search on facebook and I found her and it says she is in a relationship with another Swedish guy in Sweden !! I was HELLL NOO !! then i was asking myself why would say act like that with me !! I asked her do you have someone in your life ? and she was like not really it's kindda complicated !! I knew it was my chance so I asked her out not for a date but as for classmates and friends !! Honestly she was super hot .. I took her to bar offered drinks .. we talked we drank ..anyways i got her drunk then I sat next to her and started kissing her .. i told her i like her. anyways I didn't win her cuz she had to go back to her home country ! i was sure if she stayed she would be my girl now.
anyways, all im trying to say here ask her out for a movie , coffee , bar , anything when you both out you will know how much she loves her bf .. don't ask her at work and make it indirect ! she is for sure interested in you but also she wants to make a good friend at work so don't ruin it until you go out with her few times .and eliminate her bf from your mind .. she could be having a trouble with him and looking for a better guy .. to make her likes you more be who you are and don't jump that quick .. make her likes you more and feels more "comfortable" around me. try to listen to her more and ask more questions about her .. girls love talking about themselves like how they feel ..bla bla . try also to compliment her on her dress like once a week .. girls make efforts to dress good in front of guys. I don't have to tell you what to do ..you know your way.
job+flirt: what is going on?
Well...Many men like to be bigger and taller than their girlfriends. However (one head) is not much to worry about and affect a relationship seriously.
as for your guy, I think he is just nervous and worried, try to explain the sitution to him an a calm way. I think he will understand.
Make sure you make him feel secured.