Reading before bedtime.
Taking time to enjoy your food.
Feeling energetic and ready to go when you wake up.
Having relatively few episodes of illness.
Your own experience with the level of health you create.
Being at least ten pounds underweight.
Eating only one food at a time for weeks.
Falling asleep all the time.
A high energy level.
Without treatment usually last only about six weeks.
Can cause long-term damage without treatment.
Have easily detectable signs and symptoms.
Are easier to diagnose in women.
Is not just transmitted through sexual contact.
Is uncommon among heterosexuals.
Is transmitted through coughs, mosquitoes, and toilet seats.
Is easy to detect because of its obvious symptoms.
Abstinence alone is only morally acceptable choice.
The choice to have multiple partners always poses the risk of infection.
The term “safe sex” condones the choice to have sex.
Sex is safer than it used to be.
A male condom and a diaphragm.
A male condom and a Norplant device.
A male condom and the “pill.”
A male condom and an oil-based lubricant.
Face our problems alone.
Quit and do nothing about our problems.
Admit when we don’t have the resources to handle a problem and get help.
Reserve this Power Process for life’s major barriers.
We have to make choices about what we do to our bodies.
Alcohol is the least dangerous of abused substances.
Almost half of all traffic fatalities are caused by the elderly on medication.
Most people who need drug abuse treatment receive it.
These are the only ways to have fun.
Most of us allow others to dictate how we use our bodies.
Reading this book will help you to overcome addiction.
Students need information about the costs of substance abuse.
For that person to make your choices.
For that person to do more listening than speaking.
For that person to give the best possible advice.
For that person to take some of the responsibility for finding a solution.