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Glencoe Health Ch. 2

Health and Wellness

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What are health skills? specific tools and strategies that lead to better and more informed health
What is interpersonal communication? The exchange of thoughts, feelings, and beliefs between two or more people
What are the 2 communication skills? Pay attention, be an effective listener
What are the 2 social health skills? communication skills, refusal skills
What are the 4 valuable communication skills? communicate clearly with your intentions; pay attention to how you say things; be an effective listener; be aware of your body language
What are refusal skills? techniques that can help you refuse when you are urged to take part in unsafe actions or behaviors
What are the 5 refusal strategies? say no in a firm voice; explain why you are not participating; suggest an alternative; use body language; leave if necessary
What are conflict resolution skills? the process of ending a conflict through cooperation and problem solving
What are the 3 steps you can take when dealing with a conflict? take time to calm down and think about the situation; when discussing the conflicts speak calmly and listen and ask questions when appropriate; use a polite tone and try to brain storm solutions where no one loses respect
What is self-esteem? the confidence and worth you feel about yourself
What are 2 ways you can build or improve your self-esteem? examine the messages you send yourself, focus on the things you do well
What is stress? the reaction the body and mind have to every day demands
What are 3 examples of stress management skills? re-channeling energy; relaxing; laughing
What are the 2 steps in assessing information? consider the source; consider the "angle"
What are the 3 things you should do when you need help with a problem? think of people in your life who can offer assistance; learn about resources in your community; learn about print and electronic resources
What is advocacy? taking action to influence others to address a health-related concern or to support a health-related belief
What is a decision? an act of making a choice or coming to a solution
What is Step 1 of the Decision-Making Model? state the situation
What is Step 2 of the Decision-Making Model? list the possible options
What is Step 3 of the Decision-Making Model? weigh the possible outcomes
What is Step 4 of the Decision-Making Model? consider your values
What is Step 5 of the Decision-Making Model? make a decision and take action
What is Step 6 of the Decision-Making Model? evaluate your decision
What does HELP stand for? healthful, ethical, legal, parental approval
What is a goal? a result in life that takes planning, work, and commitment
What is an action plan? a multi-step strategy for identifying and achieving goals
What are the 2 types of goals? short-term goals, long-term goals
What is a short-term goal? a goal that your can reach in a short period of time
What is a long-term goal? a goal that you plan to reach over an extended period of time
What is Step 1 to Make an Action Plan? set a specific and realistic goal
What is Step 2 to Make an Action Plan? list the steps to reach the goal
What is Step 3 to Make an Action Plan? identify who will help you reach your goal
What is Step 4 to Make an Action Plan? set a reasonable time frame to reach your goal
What is Step 5 to Make an Action Plan? establish checkpoints and evaluate your progress towards your goal
What is Step 6 to Make an Action Plan? reward yourself
What are the 4 guidelines for setting goals? make sure the goal won't harm anyone; make sure the goal shows respect for everyone affected by it; use what you learn from failing to set a new goal; set a goal to help you grow
Created by: edes