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ALL ABOUT STRESS

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Fatima Rizvi

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Transcript of ALL ABOUT STRESS

Brain reactions
"PREP FOR SUCCESS''
SUMMER BRIDGE 2015

THE BREAK-UP OF TWO
FRIENDS
BY: FATIMA RENTERIA
FATIMA RIZVI
EDITH ROMERO
& ERIC SANCHEZ

JULY 2, 2015



SCENARIO
REACTIONS
Alex couldn't believe it, but she was his best friend, so he couldn't tell anyone about it. Freshmen year finished and summertime began. That whole summer, Alex tries to visit Sarah, but Sarah would ignore him. Alex badly wanted to know why she was ignoring him.
His whole summer was about trying to figure out why Sarah wouldn't talk to him. The summer ended and sophomore year started. Sarah ignored Alex the whole day at school. Alex was getting tired of Sarah's nonsense and went to talk to her.
He asked her what was wrong, but she didn't answer and acted like he wasn't even there! Alex was tired of Sarah ignoring him and was very furious that his friend didn't trust him enough to tell him what was happening to her.
Body Reactions
The way Sarah's body is reacting to stress is depression and the evasiveness of people. Sarah doesn't want to talk to anyone at all and avoids them. Also she doesn't reply or talk to her best friend.
Health risk may be smoking to forget about what happened.Also drinking to release the stress and drinking too much may cause her to have a severe addiction and cause problems.She may not have friends to talk to.She will have the mind to commit suicide.
TEENLINE
Alex and Sarah should use TeenLine because if they have a problem or want to let out their feelings, it's a right place for them. Even if what you say is shocking, they would not mind at all instead of Alex posting it on the internet.
The phone is operated by all teens which are anonymous .

ALTAMED
AltaMed has services & programs for Alex & Sarah to join.
AltaMed can also provide them with health information.
AltaMed is designated to help teen mothers like Sarah to understand the health and social changes of having a child at a young age.
Sarah can contact them by Toll-Free 1-877-462-2582
PSYCHOLOGIST
Alex and Sarah can go to a Psychologist. A psychologist is a person who listens to your problems.
They both should've gone together and let out their feelings like why Sarah was ignoring Alex and why did Alex posted about why Sarah wasn't at school for nine months.
Alex and Sarah were childhood best friends and now they're off to high school. Before freshmen year started, Sarah went to a party, got high and did a drunken mistake; she got pregnant.
Nine months later, Sarah came back to
school and everyone was asking questions like where had she been, but she didn't answer. The only person she had told where she had been was Alex. She told him that she had a baby and that her mother took care of it when she wasn't at home. She also told him that being a mom was a lot of responsibility and it didn't leave her a lot of time for herself.
RESOURCES
Other brain reactions that Sarah can also have are feeling disconnected around other people. She lost her loyalty towards other people so that makes her believe that people are the same as Alex was to her.
Some other thoughts she can have is suiciding herself. She can think that she isn't worth living after her friends sent her mean posts.

- Fatima Rizvi
July 2, 2015
-Edith Romero
July 2,2015
-Edith Romero
July 2,2015
-Edith Romero
July 2, 2015
-Fatima Rizvi
July 2,2015
-THANK YOU
FOR
LISTENING! :)-
Health Risks
-Eric Sanchez
July 2,2015
-Eric Sanchez
July 2, 2015
RESOURCES
"Our Story - TEEN LINE." TEEN LINE Our Story Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2015.
"AltaMed: Quality Care Without Exception." AltaMed. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2015. -Fatima Rizvi

"Delete Cyberbullying - Preventing Cyberbullying." Delete Cyberbullying - Preventing Cyberbullying. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2015. - Eric Sanchez
"Emotional and Psychological Trauma." : Symptoms, Treatment, and Recovery. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2015.-Fatima Renteria
Sarah's brain reactions in her situation would depend on how she acts to the problem. She can feel anger, shock, or even guilt. She reacts with guilt because she told someone about her most embarrassing secret to someone that she trusted. That is where the anger comes because the person she trusted the most, which was Alex, turned his back when he broke that safe lock of Sarah's secret. Sarah might even have obsessive thinking if she can't sleep really well just because her friend betrayed her.
"Bullying/Suicide Prevention." Bullying/Suicide Prevention. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 July 2015. - Edith Romero
His anger lead him to post on his Facebook account about the reason that why Sarah missed part of freshmen year. The posts were seen by half of the school and Sarah's account was flooded with rude and horrific comments.
-Fatima Renteria
July 6, 2015
-Fatima Renteria
July 6,2015
CYBERBULLING
-Fatima Rizvi
July 6,2015
All images were used on Google Images
Cyberbulling is when an individual is harassed, threatened, and even embarrassed by someone through a social network like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Sarah was cyberbullied when the school found out that she had gotten pregnant. This can cause her to have catastrophic thinking like considering cutting or even having suicidal thoughts.
They should've contact them by 310-855-4673 and even by texting “TEEN” to 839863.
-Edith Romero
July 6, 2015
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