5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- male privilege
- using children
- a making all the "big" decisions
- b statement focuses on someone else's behavior rather than your feelings. Ex: "You are so selfish"
- c being unable to express thoughts and feelings in a direct/firm manner. Ex: saying nothing when a roommate borrows your toothbrush
- d controlling what a person does, who they talk to, and where they go
- e trying to make partner feel guilty about time spent with children
5 Multiple choice questions
- count to ten, take deep breaths, watch a movie, take a walk
- statement focuses on your feelings rather than someone else's behavior. Ex: "I can't study for my test because your music is so loud", "I am upset because you borrowed my shirt without asking"
- person gives in to other person, lose-win
- nonverbal communication, gestures, posture, behavior, etc. Ex: Angie slouched with her back to her friend, and her voice sounded broken
- viral; blistes, sores, flu-like symptoms
5 True/False questions
economic abuse → preventing a person from getting a job
active listening → making promises in the hope that what is true can be avoided
paraphrasing → rephrasing speaker's words. Ex: "I know that Bob's a little sick and Angie's being a brat"
AIDS → viral
acceptance → person doesn't address conflict, lose-lose