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1 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 1 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Chapter Mental and Emotional Problems 5  Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions  Section 2 Mental and Emotional Disorders  Section 3 Teens and Suicide  Section 4 Emotional Healing Contents

2 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 2 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Fact or Fiction? Is this statement true or false? If you think it’s false, explain what is true. Emotionally healthy people handle life’s problems without any help.

3 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 3 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Content Vocabulary anxiety grief guilt shame

4 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 4 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Emotions are neither positive nor negative. The way emotions are handled can be positive or negative. Learning to handle emotions in a positive way will protect your physical, mental/emotional, and social health.

5 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 5 << BACK NEXT >> HOME In small doses, fear and anxiety can help you meet challenges, but too much anxiety is disabling. Fear and Anxiety

6 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 6 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Anxiety is natural and can be helpful in some situations because it increases alertness. Common symptoms of anxiety are rapid heart rate, rapid breathing, sweating, trembling, and increased muscle tension. Fear and Anxiety anxiety An emotional state of high energy that triggers the stress response

7 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 7 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Fear and Anxiety Fear is a normal, instinctive response to a dangerous situation. Fear can be healthy when it encourages you to be careful in dangerous situations. Phobias are not a real or serious threat, but are fears that hold you back from doing your best.

8 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 8 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Normal sadness is not the same as depression, a serious mental illness. Sadness and Grief

9 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 9 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Sadness and Grief Sadness is a normal reaction to events in life. Sadness can be mild and brief or deep and long- lasting. The deepest form of sadness most people experience is grief. grief The emotional response to a major loss, such as the death of a loved one

10 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 10 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Sadness and Grief Sadness and depression are not the same thing. Sadness is a normal and temporary emotion. Depression is a serious illness that interferes with a person’s daily life. Long-lasting sadness can lead to depression.

11 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 11 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Dealing with anger involves recognizing the emotion, addressing the cause, and taking time to cool off. Anger

12 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 12 << BACK NEXT >> HOME During the teen years, increased levels of hormones can cause you to become angry over small things. To control anger, you must first recognize the emotion and identify its cause before reacting. When you understand the cause, give yourself a chance to calm down and then address the problem. Anger

13 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 13 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Guilt can remind you of your values. Shame is harmful and can contribute to serious mental problems. Guilt and Shame

14 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 14 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Feelings of guilt may prompt you to act according to your values. The best way to deal with guilt is to admit fault when it is appropriate to do so. Guilt and Shame guilt The normal feeling that arises from the conscience when a person acts against internal values

15 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 15 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Shame means feeling bad about who you are as a person. Guilt makes people want to correct mistakes, but shame makes them feel incapable of doing so. Shame can be linked to mental problems, including depression and eating disorders. Guilt and Shame shame A feeling of being inherently unworthy

16 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 16 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Anxiety is __________. Section Review: Reviewing the Vocabulary anxiety An emotional state of high energy that triggers the stress response

17 Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Coping with Difficult Emotions Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 17 << BACK NEXT >> HOME The emotional response to a major loss, such as the death of a loved one, is called __________. grief The emotional response to a major loss, such as the death of a loved one Section Review: Reviewing the Vocabulary

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