Presentation on theme: "Decision Making Scenarios. Case Study #3- Cannabis I was offered to smoke cannabis I- peer pressure might force me to smoke the cigarette B- take cigarette."— Presentation transcript:
Case Study #3- Cannabis I was offered to smoke cannabis I- peer pressure might force me to smoke the cigarette B- take cigarette or refuse and pass it along because it is illegal E- I may lose friends, but I would stick to my principles A- I would pass it along to the next person in the circle R- I wouldn’t change my mind. If the friends force me to smoke, I should get new friends.
Case Study #5- Tobacco I was offered cigarettes to lose weight before graduation I- I want to lose a few pounds quickly B- I would eat less, exercise more, smoke and lose my appetite which would make me eat less, or just don’t even bother E- I don’t want an addictive habit so I won’t smoke, exercising more is fine, but having a few extra pounds is also fine A- I won’t smoke, I would exercise instead R- I wouldn’t change my plan, I should be happy with my progress
Case Study #6- Alcohol I was offered a ride home but the driver had been drinking I- boys have been drinking and I don’t feel comfortable about that; I also don’t want to offend the boys B- I could walk home on my own, call my parents and ask for a ride, or take the risk of driving with the boys E- it isn’t worth the risk of driving A- I would call my parents, and if they weren’t available, I would walk home; I would also thank the boys for the offer then explain to them that I was close to home R- I wouldn’t change my mind; I would always make sure my parents know where I am before I go anywhere
Case Study #11- Alcohol I was offered alcohol to lower my stress to study I- stressed because of test; peer pressure B- I would either drink it or not drink it E- I wouldn’t drink it, and I would discourage my friend from drinking, because it might not even lower stress A- I would decline the offer and explain why R- I wouldn’t change my mind
Case Study # 12- Tobacco I was offered tobacco to lose weight I- smoking is underage and addictive; it’s an unhealthy way to lose weight B- I should lose weight naturally or don’t even bother; I could eat less, or find out other ways to lose weight, but I shouldn’t smoke E- I should talk to my family doctor, my parents, or my friends A- I would talk to people about how I could lose some weight R- based on my success, I could encourage my friend to try what I did