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Chapter 1 Review Dealing with Feelings
People your own age are called your...what? peers
What is it called when you do something again and again without thinking about it? a habit
How you see yourself most of the time is called…..what? self-concept
What do you call a group that excludes other people? clique
What is it called when you feel tired, restless, and uninterested? boredom
What feeling names great sadness that lasts for a long while? grief
Which feeling names a painful, empty feeling of isolation? loneliness
Which word names the condition of feeling good physically, mentally, and emotionally? health
What are the 4 basic physical needs that everyone needs in order to stay alive? shelterfood water air
We all have 3 emotional needs as well. What are they? a need for: lovesecurity a place to belong
Feeling tension in your body or mind is known as….what? stress
Deciding on something you want to work toward is called..what? goal setting
Which word names a strong feeling of displeasure arising from a disagreement or disappointment? anger
Which word names the influence of a group over your actions and decisions? peer pressure
A simplified judgement or attitude about a group of people is called..what? stereotype
What do you call the state of good health? wellness
What do you call a respectful process for solving problems that works to find win/win solutions to conflicts? conflict resolution
The way your body shows your feelings is called….what? body language
Which word names a struggle resulting from opposing needs or desires? conflict
When you express your anger in this way, you could harm someone emotionally and physically. aggressive
Doing things to reduce the stress in your life is called…what? stress management
Sometimes people have this feeling and avoid contact from others in new situations. shyness
What do you call a negative attitude towards a group of people? prejudice
Which word describes how you feel about life? attitude
What process uses students who are trained to listen and support their classmates to resolve conflicts and find peaceful solutions to problems? peer mediation
When is your Chapter 1 health test on Dealing with Feelings?
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