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Chapter 4 Vocabulary

Managing Stress and Coping with Loss

TermDefinition
Asset A skill or resource that can help a person reach a goal.
Distress A negative stress that can make a person sick or can keep a person from reaching a goal.
Epinephrine One of the hormones released by the body in times of stress; also called adrenaline.
Eustress A positive stress that energizes a person and helps a person reach a goal.
Funeral A ceremony in which a deceased person is buried or cremated.
Grieve To express deep sadness because of a loss.
Memorial Service A ceremony to remember the deceased person.
Prioritize To arrange items in order of importance.
Resiliency The ability to recover from illness, hardship, and other stressors.
Stress The body and mind's response to a demand.
Stressor Any situation that is a demand on the body or mind.
Suicide The act of intentionally taking one's own life.
Wake A ceremony to view or watch over the deceased person before the funeral.
Created by: risdhealth