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mental health

Road-Block all or nothing thinking
Self-Esteem the confidence and worth that you feel about yourself
Feedback messages from others that indicate who they think you are or what they think you are like.
Self-Talk how you respond to yourself in times of defeat or disappointment
Abraham Maslow organized human needs into the form of a pyramid.
Hierarchy of Needs a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and development presented in ascending order from the most basic to the most fulfilling or satisfying.
Levels of hierarchy of needs Physical, Emotional, Aesthetic, Self-fulfilling
personality a complex set of characteristics that makes you unique and sets you apart from everyone else.
Emotions signals that tell your mind and body how to react.
Defense mechanisms strategies used to deal with strong or stressful emotions and situations. 12. Resiliency: the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis.
resiliency the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis
3 stages of the body's stress response Alarm, resistance, and fatigue.
type A competitive, high achieving personality type most likely to develop heart disease or other significant health problems.
type B laid back, non competitive personality type less likely to suffer from heart disease.
4 signs of stress Physical, Emotional, Mental, Behavioral
5 stages of loss Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
cluster suicides a rash of suicides occurring within a short space of time and involving several people in the same school or community.
delayed grief response putting off of the most intense stages of grief
grief reaction an individual’s total response to a major loss.
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