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Social Health

Mental/Emotional/social health

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what is mental, emotional, and social health? your ability to deal in a reasonable way with the stress and change of daily life.
what is stress? your body's response to change.
what is conflict? a disagreement or argument between yourself and two or more people with different views.
what are emotions? feelings you have in response to thoughts, remarks and events.
who influence the decisions you make? parents, teachers, coaches, celebrities, music, t.v, grades, and money.
how can you relieve stress? do things you enjoy doing; listen to music take a nap, draw and read.
what are some emotions? upset, tired, confused, guilty, happy, joyful excited, sad, stressed, overwhelmed.
what are some examples of decisions? what to wear, when to study, what to eat.
where can you get help when you suspect somebody is at risk for suicide or self injury? parents, teacher, guidance counselor or the school nurse.
what are some forms of self injury? cutting, choking, burning, punching, or self poisoning.
what are signs of suicide? low level or energy, loosing interest in things, avoiding activities.
what are the steps of the decision making process? determine the problem, examine the possible choices, consider the consequences, identify the values, decide and act, and evaluate your decision.
what are negative approaches to solving a conflict? fighting, threating, drinking.
what are the positive approaches to solving a conflict? tell an adult, walk away, and talk to them.
where do people tend to self injure the most? wrists, thighs, abdomen, or legs.
why do people self injure in certain places? its not easily seen by others.
Created by: _briannab44_