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Chapter 1

Wellness, Stress, Decision Making

What is it called when you make a choice to produce a change in behavior? Decision Making
What is the best method for making an important decision? Decide
What does the first D in DECIDE stand for? Define the Problem
What does the first E in DECIDE stand for? Explore Alternatives
What does the C in DECIDE stand for? Consider the Consequennces
What does the I in DECIDE stand for? Identify Values
What does the second D in DECIDE stand for? Decide and Act
What does the second E in DECIDE stand for? Evaluate the Results
What is the process by which an organism's internal environment is kept stable in spite of changes in the external environment? Homeostasis
What is the reaction of your body and mind to threatening, challenging, or disturbing events? Stress
What is stress that produces positive results? Eustress
What is stress that produces negative results? Distress
What are the three dimensions of wellness? Social Health, Physical Health, and Mental Health
What is being at your best possible level of health in your body, mind, and relationships with others? Wellness
What is something that is important to you? Value
Created by: mscisly