Critical thinking and Sexual Decision Making

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Radford 1 Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making Jennifer Radford PSY/265 May 18, 2011 Cheryl Sexton
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Radford 2 Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making I feel that if a person were to use the critical thinking skills when making sexual decisions, they would make better choices. I do not thing that it will stop all of the teen pregnancies, premarital sex, STD’s and so on, but it will help people stop and think before they act. When people stop and critically think about what they are doing, going to do, or what they are being talked in to doing, they will be able to really look at many different things. They will
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Unformatted text preview: be able to see what they really want and believe. When I had sex for the first time with my first husband while we were still in school, I allowed myself to be convinced that if I really did love him, then I would have sex with him. In my future relationships I learned that I had to be skeptical of what I was being told. That just because they may feel this way or that way or even say this or that, I do not have to go along with it. I am my own person and I learned that when someone tells me that if I cared about or loved them I would do this or that, it is a huge flashing warning sign for me....
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2011 for the course PSY/265 265 taught by Professor Bethcole during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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