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Compensation Making up for weaknesses and mistakes through gift giving, extreme efforts, or hard work
Defense Mechanisms Protects one from strong or stressful emotions and situations
Denial Unconscious lack of recognition of something that is obvious to others
Emotional Wellness Expressing feeling in an optimistic, confident way
Emotions Signal your mind and body how to react
Environmental Wellness Safe food and water supply
Fears Can influence or even control your character and behaviors
Feelings Emotions that one experiences
Guilt Can harm your self-esteem
Hormones Chemicals produced by your glands that regulate the activities of different body cells
Integrity A steadfast adherence to a strict code of moral and ethical values
Intellectual Wellness Being curious, creative, and open to new ideas
Interpersonal Wellness Having good communication skills and supportive people in ones life
Personal Identity Sense of yourself as a unique individual
Personality A complex set of characteristics that make you unique
Physical Wellness Involves the well being of ones body
Projection Attributing your own feelings or faults to another person or group
Rationalization Making excuses to explain a situation or behavior, rather than taking responsibility for it
Regression Returning to behavioral characteristics of one of a younger age
Repression Involuntary pushing unpleasant feelings out of ones mind
Self-Esteem How much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself
Spiritual Wellness Having a sense of inner peace and contentment
Suppression Consciously and intentionally pushing unpleasant feelings out of ones mind
Values The ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about what is important that helps you guide the way you live
Wellness Includes physical, emotional, mental, interpersonal, spiritual, and environmental well being
Created by: kbria