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  • Drug Awareness

    Drug awareness seminar held at STC THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) conducted a drug awareness talk last Aug. 27 at the St. Theresa’s College (STC) auditorium along General Maxillom Avenue in Cebu City. Alan Trani‚ human resource officer of STC‚ organized the seminar with PDEA officials Ramon Montenegro and Nicholas Gomez as the resource speakers. Gomez said “milkshake” is the “in thing” among the drug users today. Milkshake is a mixture of Nubain‚ a regulated drug‚ and shabu

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  • Drug Awareness

    Drug Awareness Paper” Surveys show that around 17 percent of high school students use drugs‚ whether they know the dangers or not. Some may not know the dangers and that is one of the problems we have. So we need to make the dangers more noticeable so they will most likely not do it. Also teenagers do it because of peer pressure or they think its cool so that drives them to doing drugs. The best approach to keep this generation from using drugs is have parents be there for their teen when

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  • Drug Awareness

    Drug abuse‚ also called substance abuse or chemical abuse‚ is a disorder that is characterized by a destructive pattern of using a substance that leads to significant problems or distress. It affects more than 7% of people at some point in their lives. Teens are increasingly engaging in prescription drug abuse‚ particularly narcotics (which are prescribed to relieve severe pain)‚ and stimulant medications‚ which treat conditions like attention deficit disorder. What is drug addiction? Drug

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  • Drug and Alcohol Awareness

    Drug and Alcohol Awareness After conducting our research we have discovered that drug and alcohol awareness is a major factor in preventing the abuse by employees. Drug and alcohol awareness is the first step in recognizing that there may be a problem with how people are handling their stress on a daily basis. Rather than dealing with drug and alcohol abuse when it’s too late‚ our team believes that addressing the causes of abuse before they start would benefit both the company as well

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  • Drug and Alcohol Awareness

    table of contents discussion questions/essay topics/journal questions p. 3 alcohol & drug abuse brochure p. 4 before and after effects of s/a p. 5 alcohol recovery story p. 6 drug and alcohol related worksheets p. 7 Health and Social Issues: Drug and Alcohol Awareness Discussion Questions: 1. What happens if a person uses a substance when they do not really need to? Why would they want to? 2. How does peer

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  • Career Awareness

    Divya Agarwal 4/27/11 LA II CP Jetton During Career Awareness Week‚ I attended the guest speaker panel on Engineering and technology. I came to this panel with the idea that there would be some information about he Architectural field. I realized that that career was not included in this session‚ but stayed because of my slight interest in Engineering. This session gave me the opportunity to become aware of all of the aspects in the Engineering field. I learned many things from the panel‚ such

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  • Self Awareness

    Developing Self Awareness Introduction It is important for every individual to understand themselves. If you can understand yourself‚ you will understand others easily. Communication with others will be easier for you. Different self awareness questions‚ methods and studies can help us discover things about ourselves that we did not know. We can find about our hidden and unknown sides. Being open to feedback from others can make us stronger managers. Managers with higher levels of

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  • Self Awareness

    Self-awareness leads to meaningful change. You can not expect to change what you are not aware of. To make meaningful change it is important to know what it is you want to change for yourself and not for your loved ones or for external approval. Many people change themselves based on how others want them to be or to achieve a certain status in society. This is not meaningful change‚ it has no personal meaning and will not give you the results you were hoping to achieve. How can you make meaningful

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  • Self Awareness

    Self Awareness Self awareness is having a clear perception of your personality‚ including strengths‚ weaknesses‚ thoughts‚ beliefs‚ motivation‚ and emotions (Pathway to Happiness‚ n.d.). Self awareness allows one to understand other people‚ how they perceive you‚ your attitude and your responses to them in the moment (Pathway to Happiness‚ n.d.). Self awareness is an essential first step toward improving management skills. Self- awareness can improve one’s judgment and help identify opportunities

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  • Self Awareness

    Self Awareness   What is self awareness?        Self awareness is a way for us to explore our individual personalities‚ value systems‚ beliefs‚ natural inclinations‚ and tendencies.  Because we are all different in the way we react to things‚ learn‚ and synthesize information‚ it’s helpful to occasionally spend time in self-reflection to gain a better insight into ourselves. Why is self awareness important? Self awareness is important because when we have a better understanding of ourselves‚ we are

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