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2 . Putting her down. Making her feel bad about herself. Calling her names. Making her think she s crazy. Playing mind games. Humiliating her. Making her feel guilty. 3 . Treating her like a servant: making all the big decisions, acting like the master of the castle, being the one to define men s and women s roles. 4 . Preventing her from getting or keeping a job. Making her ask for money. Giving her an allowance. Taking her money. Not letting her know about or have access to family income. 5 . Making her feel guilty about the children. Using the children to relay messages. Using visitation to harass her. Threatening to take the children away. 6 . Making light of the abuse and not taking her concerns about it seriously. Saying the abuse didn t happen. Shifting responsibility for abusive behavior. Saying she caused it. 7 . Making her afraid by using looks, actions, and gestures. Smashing things. Destroying her property. Abusing pets. Displaying weapons. 8 . Controlling what she does, who she sees and talks to, what she reads, and where she goes. Limiting her outside involvement. Using jealousy to justify
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actions. Short Answer Short Answer. For questions 29-31, answer the following questions in two to three sentences. Total of 9 points Question 22 (3 points) Identify and describe three social characteristics associated with alcohol consumption. Question 22 options: Question 23 (3 points) Describe the difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment, and describe a strength associated with each treatment option. Question 23 options: Question 24 (3 points) Describe three contributors to the economic burden of alcohol use. Question 24 options: Essay Essay question. Answer the following question in 200 or more words. Total of 10 points. Question 25 (10 points) Using the course resources, (Hawkins, 1992) Identify and summarize six (three risk and three protective) factors associated with alcohol problems for adolescents and young adults. Question 25 options: Submit Quiz 17 of 25 questions saved
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