Stressors
Power in relationships & skills
Healthy vs, Unhealthy Relationships
Communication
Mental health
100

Identify two stressors faced by youth.

family, school, culture, community, media, relationships, friendships, pressures, expectations

100

When do you use FCIS?

Active listening

100

List two points on how to respond assertively.

say what the problem is, what you would like to see happen, try to maintain friendship while stating what you want, calm, take emotion out of the situation, respect right of you and the other person, face the person, speak clearly, use open posture, be confident

100

How does drug use/abuse impact loved ones personal lives and well being?

embarrassment, financially, stress, loss of trust, poor communication, isolation, worry, stealing, legal problems, missing classes, poor grades, suspension, motivation, violence, abuse, reputation, fired, risk taking, lower self esteem, injury, illness, depression, mental health issues, physical health

200

Give 3 examples of how power can be abused and misused in a relationship?

controlling a partner or friend, 

racism, violence, dating violence, psychological violence, sexual assault, bullying, sexual harassment, less opportunity for people who aren't in the position of power

200

Describe 3 characteristics of a healthy relationship.

smiling, positive body language, holding hands, friendly appearance, look happy, look accepting, proud, supportive, laughter, encouraging comments. tone of voice, respectful language, safe, trust, caring, comfortable, independence, thoughtful, be yourself, secure, happy

200

Two factors to consider when breaking up or ending a relatinonship.

honesty, face to face, tell them first, tell them in private, consider safety

200

Two things you could say or do to support someone struggling with mental health. 

I'm here for you

listen 

take the friend to an adult

help them seek help

300

Identify 3 ways to cope with stress or anger.

walk, count to ten, deep breaths, remove yourself from the situation, write, talk to someone

300

Why is it important to know other skills besides refusal when boundaries are being pushed?

to give yourself time to make the right decision for you, sometimes saying no doesn't work, you need another way to avoid pressure situations, sometimes when in a situation where there is a lot of pressure you need other alternatives

300

Describe 3 characteristics of a unhealthy relationship.

mean looks, pushing, grabbing, yelling, violence, exclusion, anger, rebelling, jealousy, crying, disrespect, name calling, threats, arguing, confusion, pain, sadness, frustration, loneliness, 

300

What are two guidelines for making an apology.

be sincere, tell the person why you are sorry, tell them how you will correct the situation, use a serious tone of voice

300

How can you practice mindfulness?

ignore worries, focus in the moment by thinking about senses taste, touch , smell, hear, see

400

What are some strategies you can use to avoid having boundaries pushed?

negotiation, delay, refusal

400
Identify 3 warning signs of dating violence?

jealousy, controlling behaviour, spending less time with friends and family, stop doing activities because partner doesn't like them, partner makes fun of person to hurt them, threats, expects constant contact, pushing , hitting, insults

400

What does FICS Stand for?

face the person

Ignore distractions

clarification

summarize

400

When worried about a friends mental health at what point do you need to involve an adult even if your friend doesn't want you to?

If worried about their safety at all an adult needs to be involved

500

Two things you should not say or do when supporting a friend.

don't judge/criticize, don't minimize the issue or make light of it, 

500

List 3 factors that can cause mental health problems?

genetics, hormonal, ongoing stress, traumatic event, ongoing abuse, low self esteem, unhealthy relationships, drug and alcohol abuse

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