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IIntroduction AImagine you and the solid rock hard ground It seems as though there are miles and miles of space in between you and the solid earth You fear that at any second you will eat that dirt by landing with a SPLAT You heart beats faster and faster your blood pressure goes wild you mouth becomes ridiculously dry and you have this gigantic urge to keep away from what could happen If you do decide to jump out of that plane and experience the rush of sky diving it all depends on you overcoming the natural fear of falling to your death But why would you put yourself at such high risks IIBody AWhat is risk 1Risk is defined as the exposure to possibly loss or injury When taking a risk you can only predict the ending result but can never know for sure until it happens or when its too late 2Risks are the result of our own behaviors and can differ by our actions The concept of risk can sometimes be a reminder that risky situations could also have good opportunities BWhy do we make risks 1We make risk because the things that we consider to have value we put at risk such as meeting new people CRisk taking behaviors 1Risk taking behaviors is when you are willing to do something that can possibly have some degree of risk Having an important risk or not is hard to define but the actual risk is measured by the changes of death injury or any kind of loss 2Three different risk taking types of behaviors aRisk avoiders are people who avoid situations that involve risk bRisk reducers do things even though they know exactly what risks are but they do it anyway cRisk optimizers do things just because they know there are high risks involved DTheories AThere are three major theories as to why people take risks BThe first theory is the psychoanalytic
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