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Personal Growth Quiz

5 dimensions of Health and Wellness Physical, Social, Emotional, Spiritual, Intellectual.
Genetics Affect our health because we are more at risk for something when a close relative has had the disease.
Environment Where we live can effect our health.
Personal Health Care These choices can affect our health, growth and development.
Technology Has had positive effects on the health care industry.
Health Tracker Apps Remind us to keep up with our goals and act as motivation for us to do better.
Consumer Skills Techniques that enable you to make wise, informed purchases.
4 things comparison shoppers evaluate Effectiveness, Safety, Quality, Cost
Disability A physical or mental condition that limits a person's movements, senses, or activities
6 Pillars of Character Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship
Character Who we are and what we do when no one is looking
Morals/Values Define who we are, what we believe is right, and shape the way we conduct ourselves
Code of Conduct A set of rules outlining the responsibilities of or proper practices for an individual, party or organization.
Why do we have rules? To keep people safe, create order, minimize chaos and dangerous situations, to make things more enjoyable for all people.
What makes people follow the rules? Fear, desire to do good, pleasure in following the rules.
Communication The clear exchange of ideas and information, verbally and non-verbally.
Refusal skills A set of skills designed to help people avoid participating in high-risk behaviors.
Signs of active listening Use body language, no interrupting, eye contact, removing distractions, open-minded, empathize
Examples of refusal skills Ask questions, give reasons, say no, use humor, change the subject, suggest to do something else, if you want to keep the friendship keep the door open.
Code of Conduct for school, home, and sports Home: Make your bed, School: No running in the hall, Sports: Don't wear jewelry.
Created by: roboticme