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S
S
E
R
T
A - Attention (approach at a good time)
S - Soon, short, simple (keep your approach short and simple)
S - Specific Behavior (target specific behavior, not personality)
E - Effect on me (be clear about the effect on you)
R - Response (specifically ask for what you want)
T - Terms (negotiate an agreement)
Strategies to look like you're drinking more than you are
Spill out
Get soda in a vodka glass
Make an excuse
Assertiveness
Communicating or getting your needs met in a way that is *respectful to yourself and others*
Negative Communication Styles
Aggressive / Passive
Stress Management
*Preventative and Ongoing* measures taken to keep stress at reduced levels
Coping
Things you do in the moment to make yourself feel better
Positive vs. Negative Coping
Positive coping improves performace / negative coping increases long-term stress
Negative Coping Level 1
Distractions (30 min or less)
Negative Coping Level 2 (4 subcategories)
Avoidance (1-3 hours)
- procrastination
- sleep
- withdrawl
- faking illness
Negative Coping Level 3
Escape (5+ hours) = a type of addiction
Psychiatrist
MD and can give medication
Psychologist
Specializes in educational and psychological testing
Social Worker
Connects services / case management
Counselor
Therapy / General Support
Cutting
Can't verbalize feelings; use it as a way of emotional expression
Stress
The emotional and physical response to things percieved as a harm or threat
Nor-adrenalin
Causes physical signs of stress
Fight or Flight
Instantaneous stress reaction where you will rise to the occasion or shrink (not a choice)
Short Term Stress
1 incident-type stress
Long Term Stress
Level of stress over time; peaks and valleys
Positive vs. Negative Stress
Positive - performance increases and signs of stress are not problematic

Negative - performance decreases and/or signs of stress become problematic
Situational vs. Clinical Depression
Situational - unavoidable stress

Clinical - chemical imbalance in brain makes you constantly stressed (lower baseline "normal" day)
Cognitive Therapy
Thinking --> Emotions --> Behavior