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Students find themselves facing situations where they need to make a decision about whether or not to step up. Below are scenarios that have been used in past training sessions. All scenarios can be tailored to the specific audience we are presenting to.
Randy has been withdrawn lately. They aren't participating in any activities or social gatherings. You approach Randy and say you have noticed something seems wrong.
Alex has just turned 21 and a group of people want to take them out and show them what it means to become an “adult”! They don't drink but don't want to let their friends down especially since they are doing something nice for them. They have asked you to make sure it doesn’t get out of hand when someone in the group starts ordering shots for them saying, “This is gonna be fun to watch.”
You are at a party. During the past hour you notice Jordan has been talking to Alex. They seem to be having a good time but it is clear that Alex has had too much to drink. At one point you hear Jordan say "I am going to get them one more" and "that should be enough." A few minutes later you see Jordan start to lead Alex upstairs.
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