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State five ways to refuse if a friend offers alcohol to you.

A: If my friend offered alcohol to me, I could refuse by giving reasonable reasons of why I choose not to drink, stating the consequences that could result if I do drink, leaving the situation, saying no firmly, or by, if necessary, saying no again and including an alternative activity?

  • Health (Ms. Sue) -

    Good.

    If one firm "No" isn't enough, I'd sure consider dropping this person as a friend.

  • Health (Ms. Sue) -

    Should I include your advice, then?

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