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Chapter 3 Section 3 Mental and Emotional Health Mental Health: The state of mental well-being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life.

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2 Chapter 3 Section 3 Mental and Emotional Health

3 Mental Health: The state of mental well-being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life.

4 Characteristics of Good Mental & Physical Health o Sense of Purpose: Recognizing that you have value and importance as a person lets you set and reach goals. o Positive Outlook: Seeing the bright side of life reduces stress and increases your chances of success. o Sense of Belonging: Feeling close to family members, friends, teachers, and others who provide you with support.

5 o Self-Sufficiency: Having the confidence to make responsible decisions promotes your sense of independence and self- assurance. o Healthy Self-Esteem: Helps you accept and recover from difficulties and failures.

6 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: A ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and development, presented with basic needs and building toward the need to reach your highest potential. Our earliest motivations are to satisfy our physical needs. The highest potential is to achieve self actualization or to strive to be the best you can be!

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8 Managing emotions Just talking about a problem can help you manage your emotions

9 Ways you can do this: Exercise Build something Play a sport

10 How are people creative? Singing Dancing Band Painting writing

11 Common Defense Mechanisms Repression: Involuntarily pushing unpleasant feelings out of one’s mind. Regression: Returning to behaviors characteristic of a younger age, rather than dealing with problems in a mature manner. Denial: unconscious lack of recognition of something that is obvious to others.

12 Projection: Attributing your own feelings or faults to another person or group. Suppression: Consciously and intentionally pushing unpleasant feelings out of one’s mind. Compensation: Making up for weakness and mistakes through gift giving, hard work, or extreme efforts.

13 Find the Right Balance

14 Where does a person learn to express his/her emotions as they grow up? If a person has not learned how to express their emotions in a positive way when growing up, can these emotions be changed?

15 Review for the Day Write down 3 strategies you can use to manage your emotions in a positive way.


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