posted by Michele .
In my notes the definition of illusion of invulnerability is that it happens when a group thinks that they cannot go wrong. Can u start me off with a few examples for smokers then I will post the other ones that I come up with to see if they are right please?
Smokers believe they are invulnerable to
Here is some things that I cames up for smokers and illusion of invaulnerabilty. I need like 2 or 3 more examples. We have to list at least between 5 & 6 each for are homework
Taking lots of medications to help with problems that smoking caused
Sudden outbursts? Being weak? I don't understand.
Being mentally weak
Sudden outbursts of rage
I don't really know I'm having trouble coming up with two more. Is the medications one alright to use?
Can U start me off with a few things for non smokers then I will post the other things that i come up with to see if they are right
I've never heard anyone say that smokers may be mentally weak or prone to sudden outbursts of rage. Yes, some smokers may feel they're invulnerable to smoking-related illnesses that require medication.
If I understand your last question, you need some examples of nonsmokers feeling they're invulnerable.
Nonsmokers believe they may be invulnerable to:
What does social ostracization mean?
Social ostracization means being shunned by one's peers and society in general. Those who are socially ostracized are considered outcasts and not permitted to associate with others.