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Health Stack #1

Mental and Emotional health

A person tries to make up for his/her weaknesses by developing strengths in other areas. Compensation
A person escapes unpleasant, boring, or frustrating situations by imagining that he or she is doing something else. Daydreaming
Refusal to accept reality. Denial
A person transfers his/her emotions from a situation or object to another situation or object. Displacement
A person focuses on the funny aspects of a painful situation. Humor
A person tries to assume the qualities of someone that is admired. Identification
A person shifts the blame/responsibility for his/her actions or thoughts to another person. Projection
An attempt to justify one's actions with excuses rather than admitting one's failure or mistake. Rationalization
Retreating to an earlier time that seems less threatening and requires less responsibility. Regression
Blocking out thoughts about unpleasant things or experiences. Repression
Transforming unacceptable behaviors into acceptable ones. Sublimation
The effort to hide and control unacceptable thoughts and feelings. Suppression
The first step of Decision Making. State the Situation
The second step of Decision Making. List the options
The third step of Decision Making. Weigh the possible outcomes
The fourth step of Decision Making. Consider Values
The fifth step of Decision Making. Make a Decision and Act
The sixth step of Decision Making. Evaluate your Decision
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