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Chapter 1 Vocab

Skills for Living chapter One Vocab

Culture Ways of thinking, acting, dressing, and speaking shared by a group of people.
Self-Concept A mental picture of oneself.
Self-Esteem A sense of confidence and self-worth.
Constructive Critizism Helpful advice meant to help one grow and improve.
Self-Actualization Reaching one’s full potential.
Adolescence The period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood.
Grooming The things one does to care for one’s physical appearance.
Hygine Keeping oneself clean
Acne A common skin condition that occurs when pores are clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria.
Dermatologist A doctor who treats skin disorders
Cavity An area of decay in a tooth
Respect High or special regard
Potential Best chance for success; existing in possibility; capable of development into actuality.
Durability Ability to exist for a long time without significant damage or wear.
Opinion A view or judgment formed in the mind about a particular matter.
Created by: willow.hart