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Vocabulary Set #2

Health Skills Health Skills are specific tools and strategies that lead to better and more informed health choices.
Communication Communication is a process through which you send messages to and receive messages from others. Example #1: Verbal communication Example #2: Verbal communication
Refusal Skills Refusal Skills are techniques that can help you refuse when you are urged to take part in unhealthy behaviors. Example#1: Saying no to drugs and alcohol Example#2: Saying no to unethical activities
Self-Esteem Self-Esteem is the confidence and worth that you feel about yourself. Example #1: High self-esteem Example #2: Low self-esteem
Stress Stress is the body and mind's demands actions to everyday demands or threats.
Goals A Goal is something that you aim for that takes planning and work. Example#1: Compete in the Olympics Example#2: Making the track team
Short-term Goals A Short-term goal is something that takes less time to achieve. Example#1: Finishing up a few chores. Example#2: Completing your homework
Long-term Goals A Long-term goal is something that takes a greater time to achieve. Example#1: Completing high school Example#2: Getting accepted into college
Action Plan An action plan is a multi-step strategy for identifying and achieving goals.
Decision Making Model The process for concluding which decisions need to be made and how to find alternatives for each decision.