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Decisions you make as a teen can affect you as an adult.
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  2. 1. Which of the following is most characteristic of a person with strong social health.

    -getting along well with others

    2. What are three key steps in making good decisions

    - think choose act

    3. what should you do before you make a choice in the decision-making process

    - consider and evaluate the consequences of each choice

    4. which of the following is a characteristic of a person with strong mental health

    - being satisfied with the effort you have put in something

    5. decisions you make as a team can affect you as an adult

    -true

    6. decision making is a type of problem solving

    - true

    7. goals are

    - targets

    8. which of the following is most important when trying to complete a goal

    - set a timeline

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