Don't Drink Under Pressure

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What is 'binge drinking'? Binge drinking is the consumption of large quantities of alcohol in a single session, usually defined as five or more drinks at one time for a man and four or more drinks for a woman. Binge drinking is usually drinking, so that you can deliberately get drunk, occasional and irregular bouts of heavy drinking and normally being a responsible drinker, but often over-indulging. There are many risks at stake when binge drinking, such as accidents, getting into fights or arguments, passing out or feeling depressed and memory loss and embarrassing yourself. Heath: Social - You won't be able to control your words and could end up upsetting peers or surrounding friends Emotional - You can lose your memory during the time of being drunk, and becoming depressed and overemotional. Physical - Physical fights or arguments can start. Strategies for decreasing underage drinking: 1. ID has to be checked when purchasing alcohol and adult supervision is to be present during the purchase. 2. The liquor shops can increase their prices on alcohol to prevent underage drinking.

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  • Now Molly, remember. No drinking at the party.
  • Yes dad. Bye mum, bye dad
  • 'Happy Birthday, Kels'
  • Come on Molly, have a sip. You know you want to.
  • Molly is invited to a friend's birthday party. She promises her parents that she will not drink alcohol at the party.
  • Alcohol
  • Molly arrives at the party and wishes her friend Kelsey for her birthday.
  • Positive Outcome
  • Negative Outcome
  • I'm popular
  • Accept
  • Accept
  • Positive Outcome
  • Negative Outcome
  • Well done on not drinking
  • Decline
  • Decline
  • After awhile, one of her friends start teasing her about her not drinking alcohol and starts pressuring Molly to drink.
  • Come on Molly, have a sip. You know you want to.
  • No thank you, I'm good.
  • There is no adult supervision at the party, and some of the teenagers are becoming increasingly intoxicated.
  • Molly has to make a decision. She can either accept the drink or decline it.
  • Your grounded
  • Everybody doesn't like me
  • In the end, Molly declines the drink
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