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(p. 103) Week 29 Materials 

(p. 103) Week 29 Materials
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(p. 103) Week 29 Materials
Author(s):

John E. Lochman

, Karen C. Wells

, and Lisa A. Lenhart

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195327861.003.0029
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date: 20 January 2021

(p. 104) How Can I Stop Feeling So Pressured?

  • Say No Thanks - “No thanks”

  • Broken Record - “I don’t want any, …… I said I don’t want any.”

  • Make An Excuse - “Well, I really need to get home now. I’ll see you later.”

  • Leave The Situation - Just walk away.

  • Change The Subject - “What did you think of the basketball game last night?”

  • Make A Joke - This one is hard to use but effective if you are good at making jokes.

  • Act Shocked - “I cannot believe you would think of asking me that!”

  • Flattery - “I thought you were great in the basketball game today!”

  • Suggest A Better Idea - “How about if we go shoot some baskets instead?”

  • Find Other Kids To Hang Out With - This is a hard choice but sometimes it is the right one.

  • Try To Use Peer Mediation - This means that you try to help your friends figure out what is right from wrong.

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