CHAPTER 3 REVIEW (health)
The ability to understand another person's feelings, behaviors, and attitudes
The achievement of the best that a person can be
A change that a person notices in his or her body or mind and that is caused by a disease or disorder
The characteristic of doing what one knows is right
Not offering opposition when challenged or acted upon
An illness that affects a person's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors
A sadness and hopelessness that keeps a person from carrying out everyday activities
An unconscious behavior used to avoid experiencing unpleasant emotions
Explain the relationship between aggression and assertive.
they are both ways of expression. Aggression is expressing yourself In a hostile or unfriendly way. Assertiveness is expression by being respectful and direct.
Explain the relationship between self concept and self esteem.
Self concept is how you view yourself, wether is be positive or negative. Self esteem is how you measure your value, respect, and confidence. Self esteem is the measure of positivity.
Explain the relationship between emotion and mental health.
Mental health is the state of mental well being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life. Emotion is the feeling produced in life experiences. You need to cope with emotions to pursue mental health.
Describe how you can show self respect.
Don't abuse alcohol, tobacco, or drugs. Don't put yourself down. Exercise, eat right, get plenty of rest. Reach goals.
What are the benefits of high self esteem?
Increased self respect, increased ability to reach goals, increased willingness to try, increased feelings of value
How does self esteem develop?
Improve your self concept positively. Interpret messages from others (constructive criticism)
How can accepting yourself improve self esteem?
By accepting yourself, you are recogizing that you are not perfect, but you still think of yourself as valuable, despite your flaws.
What is not reason why communication is important?
A) builds healthy relationships
B) leads to unclear messages
C) let's you express yourself
D) prevents misunderstanding
B) Leads to unclear messages
What is not an example of assertive communication?
A) I don't want to talk to you ever again!
B) I have to go because I'm running late.
C) Don't yell at me.
D) I don't want to see that movie.
A.) "I don't want to talk to you ever again!"
How can you be an active listener?
Let the speaker know you are listening and clarifying anything that is confusing.