Social Support
Social Safety
Trust
True or False
Just for Fun
100

religious organizations, AA, NA, Grief groups, WRAP 

What is Peer Support Groups

100

Healthy and supportive relationships, clear boundaries, empathy for others, ability to forgive, forget and move on.

Social Safety

100

B in Braving Trust

Boundaries

100

Everyone is your social support

False
100

What can you use to fight Depression, Anxiety, suicidal thoughts, trauma feelings, and grief

coping skills

200

Who is the most important social support

YOU

200

Who can make you feel socially unsafe?

various

200

Choosing courage over comfort, choosing what is right over what is fun fast and easy, ad practicing your values not just professing them

Integrity

200

supportive relationships can help to reduce stress

True

200

Benefits of Social Support

Various

300

positively focused, have more fun, make progress on goals, solve problems, and reduce relapses.

What is a supportive relationship

300

Who can make you feel socially safe?

Various

300

V in Braving Trust

Vault

300
The most supportive relationships are reciprocal

True

300

How can you build social support

various

400

What is a recent example of when someone supported you

Various

400

Five steps you can take to be socially safe

Various

400

G in Braving Trust

Generosity

400

Supportive relationships do not have disagreements

False

400

What is the Black Dog

Depression

500

name five social supports you have

People you live with, friends, family, children, spouse, partner, boyfriend, girlfriend, members of a group,co-workers, or various

500

NAMI

What is the National Alliance on Mental Illness

500

Do what you say you will do over and over again

Reliability

500

True social support is only two people

False
500

name four types of Social Support

Emotional, Tangible, Informational and Social Needs

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