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Chapter 9 Alcohol Lesson 5 Saying No to Alcohol Use Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. >> Main Menu >> Chapter 9 Assessment
refusal skills Strategies that help you say no effectively A series of painful physical and mental symptoms associated with recovery from an addictive substance withdrawal
In this lesson, you will be able to identify reasons not to use alcohol. list some alternatives to drinking alcohol. explain how to get help for alcohol use. apply refusal skills to avoid alcohol use
Read Look at the headings in this lesson. For each of the major headings, write one sentence that states the main idea. Main Headings in this Lesson Reasons to Refuse Alcohol How to Say No to Alcohol Use Getting Help for Alcohol Abuse Healthy Alternatives
Reasons to Refuse Alcohol Increased Self-Respect High Self-Esteem Good Friendships Better Relationships with Your Family Control Over Your Life Maintaining a High Level of Wellness A Bright Future
How to Say No to Alcohol Use Use refusal skills to help you avoid situations where alcohol use is taking place. refusal skills Strategies that help you say no effectively
How to Say No to Alcohol Use S T O P S ay no firmly. T ell why not. O ffer another idea. P romptly leave.
Respect Choosing to be alcohol free shows that you respect yourself. Create a pledge list that lists your reasons for choosing to avoid alcohol. Sign and date your pledge.
Getting Help for Alcohol Abuse Some alcoholics may not want to quit using alcohol because they are afraid of going through withdrawal. withdrawal A series of painful physical and mental symptoms associated with recovery from an addictive substance
Getting Help for Alcohol Abuse Sources of help for yourself, a friend, or a family member who has an alcohol problem include: Parent, teacher, religious leader, or school counselor Support groups or alcohol treatment centers
Healthy Alternatives Join a club or sports group at school. Volunteer at a local organization, such as a food bank or animal shelter. Start a hobby that you can share with your friends. Remember: Alcohol will never help you reach your goals.
What I Learned Vocabulary Define withdrawal. Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Identify What are three benefits of avoiding alcohol use? Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Explain Describe how a person can get help for an alcohol problem. Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Lesson 5 Review Define What is a refusal skill?
Thinking Critically Apply What is the most important reason for a teen to be alcohol free? Lesson 5 Review
Thinking Critically Hypothesize How might you be affected if one of your close friends developed and alcohol problem? Explain your answer. Lesson 5 Review
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