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Exercises

What Was Your World?

  1. On a piece of paper, draw two side-by-side circles with an arrow coming from the circle on the left to the circle on the right, similar to the ones shown here. Make sure your circles do not overlap. The circle on the left represents the way you live when you honor, or live true to, your conscience. The circle on the right represents how you live when you do not honor, or resist, your conscience.
  2. Two Worlds

  3. Label both circles, or worlds, above where they are drawn on the page. Label the circle on the left as "constructive" and the circle on the right as "destructive."
  4. Label the arrow connecting the circle on the left to the one on the right as "resisting conscience or going against moral sense."
  5. Think back to the examples you described or wrote about in Module 1 where you both did and did not do something for another person that you felt was right.
  6. Inside the circle on the left, list the thoughts, feelings, and emotions you had personally or about the other person when you did what you felt you should for them.
  7. Inside the circle on the right, list the thoughts, feelings, and emotions you had personally or about the other person when you did not do what you felt you should for them.

Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource . admin. (2005, November 28). Your Partner. Retrieved January 08, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/Family__Consumer____Human_Development/Marriage___Family_Relationships/Your_Partner_10.html. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License