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Healthy Decision Making

Planning 10 Online
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Napassorn Limapichat

on 6 February 2013

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Healthy Decision Making What is a healthy relationship? What are your and your other family members values regarding sexual activity? Thank you for watching! What are the peer and social pressures in regards to engaging in sexual activities? my peers often joke around with sexual activity
never discuss them seriously
media makes you think participating in sexual activities is a admirable thing and will make you popular and earn respect
Personally, I don't feel pressured to participate in it My family and I believe that

you shouldn't participate in sexual activity until you are married
In my culture, your peers will lose respect and faith in you if you have been involved with sexual activity before marriage What are Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections Examples How do you contract them? How can you prevent them? What is HIV? What is AIDS? How do you contract them? How can you prevent them? Substance Misuse/Abuse A local place where someone can go to get help if they are addicted What effect it has on a person Substance: Ecstasy or MDMA one local place where someone can go to get help if they are addicted what effect it has on a person Substance: Heroin Road Safety Road-related risk: drinking and driving Road-related risk: speeding Bibliography Presentation outline healthy relationship
family members values regarding sexual activity
peer and social pressures regarding sexual activity
Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections (STD/STI)
What is HIV?
What is AIDS?
Substance Misuse/Abuse
Road Safety respect each other's opinions even when if they're different from their own
support the decisions made by their partner
trust and be honest with each other
listen to one another
learn to compromise
are happy with each other's company A healthy relationship is a relationship between two people where they: Ghoreishi, Omid. "Drivers Speeding in BC Can Have Their Vehicle Taken Away." The Epoch Times. N.p., 6 Sep 2010. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/canada/bc-vehicle-overspeeding-42220.html>.
"AIDS." Avert. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.avert.org/aids.htm>.
"Drug Rehab and Addiction Services." Edgewood. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.edgewoodvancouver.ca/>.
"Ecstasy and sexual side effects." Go Ask Alice. Columbia Health, 3 Oct 2008. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://goaskalice.columbia.edu/ecstasy-and-sexual-side-effects>.
"The Health Effects of Heroin." About Alcoholism. N.p., 30 Jan 2012. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://alcoholism.about.com/od/heroin/a/effects.-LvN.htm>.
"HIV." Avert. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.avert.org/hiv.htm>.
"New BC Drinking & Driving Laws ." Vancity Buzz. N.p., 20 Sep 2010. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2010/09/new-bc-drinking-driving-laws/>.
"Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases." Web Md. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Feb 2013. <http://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/understanding-stds-prevention>.
"What's a Healthy Relationship?" Changing Ways. Grytecht IT Group, n.d. Web. 22 Dec 2012. <http://www.changingways.on.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=125&Itemid=151>. infections you receive from someone who has STDs
caused by bacteria, virus and parasites
causes serious health problems Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Genital herpes by participating in a sexual activity with someone who has STD
skin to skin contact with effected area ask you partner if he/she has had sex with many other people before and if he/she has STDs
always use condom
get vaccination for Hepatitis B
check at a clinic if you have HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus
virus that attacks your immune system in order to replicate
an STD
may not have symptoms at first
afterward, symptoms include weight loss, frequent sweating and fever, skin rashes, lack of energy, loss of short term memory having unprotected sex with someone who has HIV
contact with an infected person's blood
passed on from mother to child
use of infected blood product the advanced stage of HIV
when HIV severely attack your immune system and it can no longer fight off minor diseases such as a cold There is NO CURE for HIV or AIDS get checks up after you had sex
always use condom
if you are getting a tattoo, make sure the needle is brand new and it's clean
don't share needles Edgewood Vancouver Addiction Services

1525 West 7th Avenue Vancouver, BCTelephone: 604-734-1100E-Mail: evas@edgewood.ca hallucination
gives pleasure
put you in better mood
depression
exhaustion
sleep problems
anxiety
confusion
addiction Edgewood Vancouver Addiction Services

1525 West 7th Avenue Vancouver, BCTelephone: 604-734-1100E-Mail: evas@edgewood.ca intense feeling of excitement and happiness
addiction
heart lining and valves infection
liver disease
hepatitis transmission due to injection use
kidney disease what, if any, local laws are in place to deal with these risks Some ways this risk can be reduced $368 to $483 fine
3 penalty points on driver's license
ICBC driver-risk of $320 each year for 3 years
may have car taken away for at least 7 days what, if any, local laws are in place to deal with these risks Some ways this risk can be reduced take a taxi home
call your family or friends to drive you home after you've an alcohol Warning range 0.05-0.08: $200 fine plus a 3-day-ban from driving
additional charge could increase the total fee to $600
Greater than 0.08: 90-day-ban from driving, 30-day car impound, $500 fine, criminal record
additional charge could increase the total fee to $4,060 leave your place a few minutes earlier than you planned to so you won't have to drive fast afraid you're going to be late
follow the speeding sign and do not exceed the speed limit
be aware of the other cars in case they're driving too fast and recklessly
be patient By: Napassorn
Limapichat Planning 10 Online
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