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From Athletic Director


"Drama is a symptom of an unhealthy culture and more importantly, an indicator that the people involved lack maturity."
Coaches of Excellence Institute

THE 3 ROLES PLAYED IN THE DRAMA TRIANGLE


 1.  THE VICTIM - The victim's stance is "Poor Me!".  This person chooses to feel victimized, oppressed, powerless, and hopeless.  Even at times they feel ashamed and seem unable to make decisions or solve problems.  This person does not enjoy life.
        DRAMA NOTE:  If this person is not being persecuted they will seek out a persecutor and also a Rescuer to help perpetuate their negative feelings.

2.  THE RESCUER - The Rescuer's favorite quote is, "Let me help you, I can fix this."  This person is a classic enabler who feels inadequate or useless if they aren't rescuing someone.  The Rescure's style creates negative effects as it keeps the Victim dependent and gives the Victim permission to fail consistently.
        DRAMA NOTE:  Rescuers are soon focused on others.  They tend to ignore their own problems and their actual interest lies in self-avoidance.  This person may also create drama just so they can swoop in and play super hero rescuer.

3.  THE PERSECUTER - This person plays the Villian and their go to line is, "It's all your fauly."  The Persecutor is critical, aggressive, controlling, blaming and likes to act as the superior authority.  Most persecutors are motivated out of fear or some type of insecurity and they feel as though they are surrounded by idiots.
        DRAMA NOTE:  A Drama Triangle is usually created when a person decides to take on the role of Victim or Persecuotr.  This person then feels the need to bring more people or a third player into the conflict.  Please note that whenever we choose to jump into the Drama Triangle, and play a role, we are meeting some unmet psychological need in an unhealthy and destructive manner.  For example, I may play the Victim because I don't want any responsibility and I don't want more authority.  I may play the Victim because I don't want any responsibility and I don't want to be held accountable. Lastly, I may play the Rescuer because I can make others dependent on me and get a self-esteem boost.  Remember, we won't just play one role and we will morph between the three at any given time and please note, all these roles promote selfish wants and needs.
 
HOW YOU CAN KEEP YOURSELF OR TEAM OUT OF THE DRAMA TRIANGLE


The first step of staying out of the Drama Triangle is to recognize when you are entering into it or participating in it.  We must educate ourselves and our team regarding the Drama Triangle and the possibly destructive roles we gravitate toward during conflict or crisis. We must increase our self awareness.  Second, we must stop the drama by shifting our behavior and thought process.  We must realize that mature people do not scream and yell or mainpulate others and elite players don't create drama and never play the victim.  Healthy cultures, teams, and individuals experience and recoginze emotions but are not driven by them. Quite frankly, if we find ourselves in the Drama Triangle, we are simply thinking selfishly rather than seeing things from a team perspective.  The #1 key to staying out and escaping from the Drama Triangle is to keep a WE perspective rather than a ME viewpoint.

BE A LEGACY BUILDER AND STAY OUT OF THE DRAMA TRIANGLE!!



    GO BIG RED !!!

    Phil Owens, Knox Athletic Director






IHSAA Student Athletic Tip of the Week

In a recent article in Sports Illustrated, on a story about a high school football program in the 1970's in upstate New York, the former players on this team spoke about what those times meant to them.

One of those players was quoted as saying that "Football was the sport that taught me to be a 'we' person more than an 'I'  person.  That's been helpful in building teams professionally.  I wish I'd stayed with the game in college.  I quit too early and missed out on having those friendships like I had in high school."

When things get tough, don't even consider quitting or giving up on yourself.  Regardless of your sport, the friendships you develop and hard work you put in will be much more valuable than the wins, losses and present day stress!


 
Scores

Volleyball


The varsity volleyball team defeated South Central:  25-20,26-24,23-25,25-13
The JV volleyball team defeated South Central: 25-7,25-9
The JV volleyball team defeated Kouts
The varsity volleyball team lost to Kouts
The varsity volleyball team defeated Kankakee Valley
The JV volley ball team defeated Kankakee Valley
The volleyball team defeated LaVille:  25-14, 25-15, 25-14
The JV volleyball team lost to LaVille:  25-21, 19-25, 8-15
The JV volleyball team defeated Triton
The varsity volleyball team lost to Triton: 25-18, 21-25, 20-25, 21-25
The JV volleyball team defeated Winamac: 25-22, 25-14
The varsity team defeated Winamac: 25-22, 25-19, 21-25, 25-17
The varsity volleyball team lost to Pioneer: 25-23, 25-13, 25-20
The varsity volleyball team lost to North Judson: 25-8, 25-13, 25-14
The JV volleyball team lost to North Judson:  25-16, 25-24
In the Triton Tourney:
    Knox defeated Oregon Davis: 25-10, 23-25, 15-9
    Knox lost to John Glenn:  25-13, 25-14
    Knox defeated Argos:  25-7, 25-13
The varsity volleyball team defeated Oregon Davis: 25-7, 25-16, 25-15
The JV volleyball team defeated Oregon Davis: 25-8, 25-11
The varsity volleyball team defeated Logansport: 25-17, 25-17, 25-27, 24-26, 15-9
The JV volleyball team lost to Logansport: 25-14, 24-25, 8-15
The JV volleyball team lost to Plymouth:  25-14, 25-9
The varsity volleyball team lost to Plymouth: 25-5, 25-13, 25-13
The varsity volleyball team defeated West Central: 25-22, 25-19, 25-16
The JV volleyball team defeated West Central: 25-23, 25-10
The varsity volleyball team defeated Culver:25-8, 25-22, 25-11
The JV volleyball team defeated Culver: 25-18, 25-12
The varsity volleyball team lost to New Prairie: 25-9, 25-13, 25-12
The JV volleyball team lost to New Prairie:  25-9, 25-12
The varsity team defeated Washington Township: 26-28, 21-25, 25-11, 25-16, 15-13
The JV team defeated Washington Township: 25-12, 25-14
The varsity volleyball team defeated Caston: 25-17, 25-18, 25-21
The JV volleyball team defeated Caston:  25-20, 25-8
The varsity volleyball team lost to Culver Academy: 25-22, 18-25, 17-25, 18-25
The JV volleyball team lost to Culver Academy: 23-25, 19-25
The JV volleyball team finished 3rd in the Culver Tourney
The volleyball team lost in the first round of sectional play to Kankakee Valley
     25-22, 25-19, 25-27, 26-24


  

 
 
 

 
 
 

 

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