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  • 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 200 300 100 Healthy Relationships Anger Management Gender Roles Sexual Respect Personal Power 400 500 100
  • Behavior that some people want to think is flattering and is actually an early warning sign of an unhealthy relationship.
  • What is jealousy?
  • When a partner discourages contact with other friends, family and systems that are supportive.
  • What is isolation?
  • An illegal activity that involves following/calling your partner everywhere.
  • What is stalking?
  • The type of relationship where both opinions are equally valued.
  • What is an equal partnership?
  • Degrading remarks and jokes, disrespect of physical boundaries, and controlling behavior are examples of this.
  • What are early warning signs of dating violence?
  • An emotion that everyone experiences, but deals with in different ways.
  • What is anger?
  • One option everyone has when they feel anger overwhelming them.
  • What is walking away?
  • These can be positive or negative, and are often how people deal with stress in their lives.
  • What are coping mechanisms?
  • Moments unique to each of us that might bring on emotions, such as anger, sadness, etc., and impact our behavior.
  • What are triggers?
  • These are different for each person, and some examples include deep breathing, exercising, counting backwards, and writing in a journal.
  • What are grounding techniques?
  • Snips and snails and puppy dog tails, based on the cliché.
  • What are boys?
  • Sugar and spice and everything nice, based on the cliché.
  • What are girls?
  • Examples of these are “Boys don’t cry,” “Act like a man,” “Act like a lady,” and “Someday my prince will come…”
  • What are examples of gender expectations?
  • Examples include construction work, firefighters, and politicians.
  • What are nontraditional careers for women?
  • Examples include nursing, early childhood education and secretarial work.
  • What are nontraditional careers for men?
  • Pressuring someone to have sex by using guilt and threats.
  • What is sexual coercion?
  • Recognizing the right each person has to determine with whom, when and how they are going to be sexually active.
  • What is sexual respect?
  • Having a relationship or sex with someone other than your partner.
  • What is cheating?
  • The use of drugs or alcohol to immobilize someone in order to have sex with them.
  • What is drug facilitated sexual assault?
  • The spoken agreement that someone is willing and able to participate in sexual activity.
  • What is consent?
  • Examples of this are money, parents, education, and your choices.
  • What are things that are powerful?
  • Something you truly have only over yourself and no one else.
  • What is control?
  • Being able to take responsibility for both the good and bad choices in your life.
  • What is accountability?
  • Being able to make choices after considering all options, and be responsible for the results of your choices.
  • What is empowerment?
  • According to Gandhi, ________ is anytime you impose your will upon another person.
  • What is violence?
  • Having the right to determine when, where, how and who is going to touch you.
  • What is physical boundaries?
  • A way to communicate with and influence others to help you to achieve your goals in life without using violence.
  • What is the art of negotiation?
  • Examples of this are money, parents, education, and your choices.
  • What are things that are powerful?