5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- emotional abuse
- three anger signals
- male privilege
- a saying abuse didn't happen
- b making all the "big" decisions
- c clenching teeth, shaking, red face
- d bacterial; most dangerous but curable STD
- e controlling what a person does, who they talk to, and where they go
5 Multiple choice questions
- most common STD with teens
- satisfies some needs but not all needs and concerns, win-win
- making promises in the hope that what is true can be avoided
- attempting to make a person feel guilty
- person doesn't address conflict, lose-lose
5 True/False questions
I-message → 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"
aggressive → extreme sadness that lasts for more than a few days
assertive → expressing your views clearly and respectfully. Ex: someone cuts in front of you in a line, and you say "hey, I was standing there"
You-message → statement focuses on someone else's behavior rather than your feelings. Ex: "You are so selfish"
using children → bacterial; most dangerous but curable STD