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Stress and Mental Health Quiz


Values are

A. Important and lasting beliefs.

B. Goals you have for yourself.

C. Things you feel physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Moderate levels of stress can increase concentration



How can stress affect your health?

A. stomachaches

B. asthma

C. headaches

D. lower resistance to disease

E. all of the above

Mindful or Unmindful

You stop to notice the little things in life, like the leaves turning different colors in the fall. Or the fact you are breathing.

A. Mindful

B. Unmindful

People react differently to stress.



Peer Pressure can be…

A. Positive

B. Negative

C. Neither

D.  Postive or Negative

Is all peer pressure negative?

A. Yes

B. No

What is positive stress? 

A. A type of stress that is not THAT bad

B. Stress that has no physical or emotional symptoms

C. stress that causes you to perform better or get things done

D. Stress that does not last long

What is the definition of ‘Responsibility’?

A. The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

B. The act of achieving success.

C. The state of being accountable for something.

D. Feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else’s problem.

What are refusal skills?

A.  ways that you can refuse or say no when you are urged to take part in an unsafe behavior

B. something you eat

C. talking to a friend

D. an app on your phone

You should pick your best friends based on:

A. How long they’ve attended school with you

B. How popular they are

C. How much they can help you

D. How closely you share the same values and interests

When you are under pressure you should…

A. Stay Calm & Be Confident

B. Make Eye-Contact & Repeat “NO”!

C. Leave the situation if your friend persists

D. All of the above

What is another name for Peer Pressure?

A. Manipulation

B. Aggressive Behavior

C. Circle of Influence

D. Refusal Skills

During this pandemic, what are 3 actions we are responsible of doing to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

A. Wear a mask, shake a friend’s hand, wash your hands frequently.

B. Wear a mask, social distancing, wash your hands twice a day.

C. Wear a mask, sanitise your hands frequently, social distancing.

D. Wear a mask only in school, social distancing, wash hands frequently.

What is mental/emotional health?

A. How we relate to others

B. The condition of our body

C. How we think and feel

Why do 14-year-olds face more peer pressure than 8-year-olds?

A. 8-year-olds don’t have groups of friends; 14-year-olds do

B. 8-year-olds spend less time with their friends than 14-year-olds

C. 8-year-olds aren’t tempted to try risky behaviors; 14-year-olds are

D. 8-year-olds go to bed earlier than 14-year-olds

Are you being responsible when you turn in your COMPLETED assignment AFTER the due date?

A. Yes

B. No

What is the definition of Wellness?

A. Combination of physical, mental/emotional and social wellbeing.

B. Practicing healthy behaviors to balance the health triangle.

C. Living an unhealthy lifestyle.

D. Focusing on two of the three sides of the health triangle.

What is an unhealthy way to manage stress?

A. Start destructive behavior.

B. Talk to a friend.

C. Get enough sleep.

D. Do some form of exercise you enjoy.

Resilience is…

A. focusing on the negative and expecting the worst

B. the ability to recover from life’s difficulties and bounce back from stress

C. feeling threatened by the stress

D. ignoring the stress

Mindfulness can be practiced anywhere



Responsibility is being accountable for your….

A. Actions.

B. Decisions.

C. Behaviour.

D. All of the above.

Teens often give in to peer pressure because they…

A. are afraid of someone

B. hate school

C. want to fit in

D. all of the above

Which one of these people best fits your group of peers?

A. Your baby sister

B. Your soccer coach

C. Your favorite aunt

D. Your classmate

Your friends want you to go to a party where no parents will be supervising. You decide not to go!

A. Say “No Thanks”

B. Avoid the situation

C. Change the subject

D. Strength in numbers


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