SKILLS FOR A HEALTHY LIFE CHAPTER 2
Life Skill • Page 26 • tools for building a healthy life
Coping • Page 27 • Dealing with troubles or problem in an effective way.
Consumer • Page 27 • A person who buys products or services.
Media • Page 28 • Public forms of communication • TV, radio, movies, newspapers, internet, advertisements
Resource • Page 28 • Something that you can use to help you achieve a goal.
Consequence • Page 29 • Results of your actions and decisions
G • Give thought to the problem
R • Review your choices
E • Evaluate the consequences of each choice
A • Assess and choose the best choice
T • Think it over afterward
Collaborate • Page 31 • To work together with one or more people.
STOP • STOP, admit you were wrong, accept responsibility for your mistake
THINK • THINK about whom to talk to and discuss ways to correct the situation
GO • GO and do your best to correct the situation
Peer Pressure • Page 33 • Feeling that you should do something because that is what your friends want.
Direct Pressure • Page 34 • The pressure that results from someone who tries to convince you to do something you normally wouldn’t do
Indirect Pressure • Page 34 • The pressure that results from being swayed to do something becausepeople you look up to are doing it.
Refusal Skills • Page 35 • A strategy to avoid doing something you don’t want to do.
TWELVE REFUSAL SKILLS PAGE 35
Practicing refusal skills Let’s Roleplay
Goal • Page 38 • Something that you work toward and hope to receive.
Action Plan • Page 41 • A set of directions that will help you reach your goal.
SET YOUR GOALS USE CHART
DON’T BE AFRAID TO FAIL IF YOU DON’T TRY YOU WILL NEVER SUCCEED.
If you don’t try You have already failed