Choose Your Own Adventure, Skidmore PHE Style
Ever been in a situation that you didn't know what to do? Ever wondered what the outcome of your actions would be? Follow the stories of some famous musical artists and watch how their stories unfold as YOU determine how they handle some tough situations in this choose your own adventure bi-weekly Bystander Intervention* series!
A single lady, Bey, walks into a party. Bey is jealous that her friend, Selena, is flirting with Bey's latest crush. They seem drunk in love because she has seen them talking all night. The guy, JB says to Selena, “There is going to be one less lonely girl tonight.” JB offers Selena a drink, but she turns him down to which he says, “Never say never, I could be your boyfriend because you need somebody to love.” Selena reluctantly drinks more jungle juice. JB is being possessive over Selena who, at this point, is noticeably drunk. JB can't seem to stop bothering Selena, to which she says, "keep your hands to your(my)self."
What should Bey do?
Step up: Personal intervene in a situation to diffuse or prevent a potentially harmful situation from happening.
Step out: Ask for someone to help in the immediate surroundings to avoid a potentially harmful situation or to get help
Step out: Contact an outside source, usually an authority to get help