3.02 Stress and Coping Strategies
Positive Coping Strategies
1. Discussing situations with a spouse or 1. Criticizing yourself
2. Praying or going to church
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Unit 7 Lesson 4
Reducing Investment Risks
Since investing carries with it the risk of losing the money invested, most
individuals look for ways of reducing the risk involved. Experts recommend
several different strategies for reducing investment risks, an
Unit 3 - Lab Questions
1. What character did you choose from the available choices? Why? What
are the pros and cons of choosing this character in the game?
A: I chose Phoebe the Physicist.
2. What housing and car option did you choose? Why?
A: I chose to
Unit 2 - Lesson 4
When looking at the economy, economists focus not only on the dollars and
cents, but also on the factors that influence them. One major influence on
the economy in any country is the policies that the government develop
Unit 2 - Lab Questions
1. What are some of the financial decisions that people face? What are
trade-offs? What are some of the trade-offs that you may face?
A: Some of the financial decisions that people face include the
stock market, global trade, the ec
Unit 8 Lesson 3
Sources of Consumer Credit
There are plentiful sources of consumer credit today. For individuals, this
means that there are many choices to make about what source is best for
their needs. Let's take a look at some of the more common source
Unit 6 Lesson 1
"A verbal contract isn't worth the
paper it is written on."
Would you trust a verbal contract with someone? Why or why not? What if
that contract were with an insurance company or a business?
Contracts are an important aspec
Unit 4 Lesson 1
Where do you keep your money? If your family is like most people in North
America, you keep at least some of your money in an account at a financial
institution. Today, we can find many different types of institutions to handle
Unit 9 Text Questions
1. What is a safe deposit box? What financial records are best kept in one?
A: A safe deposit box is a private, secure storage area at a location
such as a bank. Its best to keep adoption/birth records, wills,