Friday, November 21, 2008

Holding a grudge

Jeff Meyer’s lesson plan for “When Family Bonds Shatter” suggests opening with a discussion of famous broken families. To prepare for this consider using examples from the Pope Family Feud, Donovan Family Feud, and the Brown Family Feud. If you’d rather use these as examples in Step 5 of the lesson, then focus on what schemes were used instead.

Karen Conner opens her lesson plan using an example family feud that has a happy ending.

Lastly, regarding “holding a grudge,” I liked this statement: “Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” I found it in the comment section of this post.

Evidently there is some science as to how holding a grudge affects the heart.

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