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Exercise 3 - Explanations
Attitudes are based on what we know, as well as on our feelings, values and beliefs. This explains why sometimes our attitudes are not always rational.

For example:

Someone may have a negative attitude to dogs because a dog bit him when he was a small child many years ago.
Here are some ways you can help someone to change an attitude that is not logical.
Match each of the following actions with the attitudes in the table.

Drag and drop your answers into the table below.

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