5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- what determines whether anger is a healthy/unhealthy response?
- four things we can do to help us calm down
- three anger signals
- active listening
- a virus; primary cause of cervical cancer
- b count to ten, take deep breaths, watch a movie, take a walk
- c paying close attention to what someone's saying. Ex: "I understand"
- d clenching teeth, shaking, red face
- e if there's violence and domestic abuse
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- only 100% safe and effective means of preventions of STIs
- bacterial; bacterium affects mucous
- relating to someone's feelings. Ex: "I know what I did hurt you, and it was wrong"
- rephrasing speaker's words. Ex: "I know that Bob's a little sick and Angie's being a brat"
- satisfies some needs but not all needs and concerns, win-win
5 True/False Questions
Herpes → virus; primary cause of cervical cancer
bargaining → making promises in the hope that what is true can be avoided
aggressive → overly powerful, pushy, or hostile. Ex: throwing your dinner plate at your older brother when he makes fun of you
AIDS → viral
accomodation → smashing things