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CD Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in CD Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in CD Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:

1. What were the five stressors outlined on Track 1?
2. What are the four questions involved in problem-focused thinking?
3. What are the four questions in solution-focused thinking?
4. What may you feel by asking why someone did or did not do something?

Answers:

A.  By asking why, you may erroneously or incorrectly feel that somehow by asking why, you aid yourself in arriving at a how or steps to take to solve your problem. 
B.  Hester was taken out of Bingo.  The CNA did not give yarn winding to Effie. Mary was not transported to the Bible study.  Harry slept through Men’s Discussion Group due to medication.  Helen could not attend Crafts because she was in Speech Therapy.
C. 1. What is the problem? 2. Why do I have this problem? 3. Whose fault is it? 4. What other difficulties has this problem caused? 
D. 1. What do I want to have happen? 2. How can I achieve this? 3. What resources do I have? 4. What opportunities does this goal generate?


"Instructor's Guide" Manual Questions
The answer to Question 5 is found in Section 5 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 6 is found in Section 6 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. The Section numbers below correspond with the Section number in the Manual in which the answer is found. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions

5. Section 5. To cope with a stressful situation, you need to take steps at what four major time periods?
6. Section 6. What are Ellis’s “ABCs of emotions”?
7. Section 7. What question might you ask yourself to help reduce your awfulizing?
8. Section 8. What are the four essential self-talk elements to coping with a stressful situation?
9. Section 9. What are four steps you can take to organize your worries?
10. Section 10. What are four ways you can work through your worries?
11. Section 11.  What are two humor-based techniques for dealing with worries?
12. Section 12.  How does the author define assertive behavior?
13. Section 13.  What five non-verbal messages should you check when role-playing your assertiveness?
14. Section 14.  What are three suggestions Elkin makes to start your workday unstressed?
15. Section 15.  What is one way you can de-stress your workspace?
16. Section 16.  What are three kinds of helping addicts?

Answers

A.  To work through your worries, you might 1. distract yourself; 2. take a walk; 3. get moving!, or 4. talk about it.
B. Will I remember this event three years from now?
C. When role-playing assertiveness, you should check that you are 1. facing the other person from a normal distance; 2. looking directly at the other person without starting; 3. keeping you head erect and body relaxed; 4. leaning towards the other person; and 5. speaking distinctly and firmly.
D. Go to bed on time, get up a tad earlier, and eat breakfast.
E. Use a headset for your telephone so that you can free up your hands.
F. Exaggerate, and play sitcom.
G. Activating events, Beliefs, and emotional Consequences.
H. Assertive behavior means standing up for your personal rights and expressing your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs in direct, honest, and helpful ways, which do not violate the
rights of others.
I. The Super-Helper, the Empty Pot, and the You-First-er.
J. Prepare for the stressful situation, cope with feelings as they start to build, cope with feelings as they start to overwhelm, cope when the feelings have passed.
K. 1. Schedule a time to worry; 2. find a place to worry; 3. assess options, alternatives, and solutions; and 4. become your own Worry Wizard.
L. Verbally correct your thinking errors, tell yourself to put the stress in perspective, relax yourself, problem solve.