1). Which three kinds of direct pressure do you experience most often?
A: Persuasion, explanations, and put-downs are the three kinds of direct pressure I experience most often.
2). Which three kinds of indirect pressure do you experience most often?
A: Famous people, role models, and television are the three kinds of indirect pressure in which I experience most often.
3). Describe a refusal skill you have used before.
A: I have used a refusal skill such as ignoring the request or pressure, as well as leaving the situation, by pretending that I do not hear whoever I am desperately trying to avoid. I refuse to talk about whatever subject I wish to evade or simply walking away?
4). Identify the refusal skill that requires support from others.
A: Teaming up with someone is the refusal skill that requires support from others.
5). What is the difference between a short-term goal and a long-term goal?
A: The difference between a short-term goal and long-term goal is that a short-term goal is a goal that can be achieved quickly, whereas a long-term goal may take months or years to achieve.
6). State an example of a short-term goal that you would like to reach this week.
A: An example of a short-term goal I would like to achieve this week is to learn a new piano composition.
7). Which of the following suggestions for setting goals recommends you choose a goal that will make you feel good about yourself?
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