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Lesson 3 What emotion are you experiencing right now? Accurately identifying what you are feeling is an important first step toward knowing how to respond.

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2 Lesson 3 What emotion are you experiencing right now? Accurately identifying what you are feeling is an important first step toward knowing how to respond in a healthy way. Understanding Emotions

3 Lesson 3 Analyze how emotions influence your overall health. Appraise the significance of changes occurring during adolescence. Explore ways to demonstrate empathy toward others. Demonstrate communication skills in building and maintaining healthy relationships. In this lesson, youll learn to: Lesson Objectives

4 Lesson 3 Understanding Your Emotions Emotions are your responses to certain thoughts and events. Communicating emotions effectively is key to building and maintaining healthy relationships.emotions What Are Emotions?

5 Lesson 3 Understanding Your Emotions Effects of Emotions on Your Health Triangle Anger Joy Fear Joy can prompt the release of brain chemicals that cause you to experience warmth and a sense of well-being. Feeling this way promotes mental/emotional health and positively influences your relationships and thus your social health.

6 Lesson 3 Identifying Your Emotions The many changes brought on by hormones during puberty may cause you to swing quickly between extreme emotions. hormones Accurately identifying what you are feeling is an important first step toward knowing how to respond in a healthy way. Effects of Hormones on Emotions

7 Lesson 3 Identifying Your Emotions Happiness Happiness can be described as being satisfied or feeling positive. When you are happy, you usually feel energetic, creative, and sociable.

8 Lesson 3 Identifying Your Emotions Sadness is a normal, healthy reaction to difficult events. Feelings of sadness may be mild and fleeting, or they may be deep and long- lasting. When you are sad, you may feel easily discouraged and have less energy. Sadness

9 Lesson 3 Love Love involves: Strong affection. Deep concern. Supporting the growth and individual needs of another person. Respecting that persons boundaries and values. Identifying Your Emotions

10 Lesson 3 When you feel empathy, you feel connected to another persons emotions.empathy Demonstrating empathy can help build and maintain your relationships. An empathetic person listens attentively and communicates understanding toward others. Empathy Identifying Your Emotions

11 Lesson 3 Fear Feelings of fear can increase your alertness and help you escape from potentially harmful situations. However, fear that results from an imagined threat can prevent people from leading normal lives. This type of fear is called a phobia and requires professional help. Identifying Your Emotions Arachnophobia: Fear of spiders

12 Lesson 3 Guilt Guilt often results from acting against ones values or from failing to act when action might have brought about a better outcome. Being able to recognize when you are not responsible for a negative outcome will save you from needless guilt. Guilt can act as your conscience and motivate positive changes in behavior. Identifying Your Emotions

13 Lesson 3 Identifying Your Emotions Anger Anger is a common reaction to being emotionally hurt or physically harmed. When anger isnt handled in constructive ways, it can result in violence. HostilityHostility can be particularly damaging, not only to others but also to the hostile person.

14 Lesson 3 Quick Review Q. Anger sometimes results in _______, which can damage a relationship. Choose the most appropriate option. 1.happiness 2.violence 3.empathy 4.sadness

15 Lesson 3 A. Anger sometimes results in violence, which can damage a relationship. Click Next to attempt another question. Quick Review - Answer

16 Lesson 3 Quick Review Q. List seven basic emotions. Provide a short answer to the question given below. Click Next to view the answer.

17 Lesson 3 Click Next to attempt another question. A. Seven basic emotions are: 1.Happiness 2.Sadness 3.Love 4.Empathy 5.Fear 6.Guilt 7.Anger Quick Review - Answer

18 Lesson 3 Quick Review Q. How might guilty feelings lead to positive results? Provide a short answer to the question given below. Click Next to view the answer.

19 Lesson 3 Quick Review - Answer A. Guilt can sometimes act as ones conscience and motivate positive changes in behavior. In this way guilty feelings might sometimes lead to positive results. Click Next to attempt another question.

20 Lesson 3 Quick Review List three situations that may cause a teen to feel anger. Then, explain how each of these situations can be dealt with in healthful ways. Provide a suitable description.

21 Lesson 3 Emotions are your responses to certain thoughts and events. Communicating emotions effectively is key to building and maintaining healthy relationships. Understanding Your Emotions An emotion is a signal that tells your body and mind how to react. What Are Emotions?

22 Lesson 3 Effects of Hormones on Emotions The many changes brought on by hormones during puberty may cause you to swing quickly between extreme emotions. hormones Accurately identifying what you are feeling is an important first step toward knowing how to respond in a healthy way. Identifying Your Emotions A hormone is a chemical secreted by your glands that regulates the activities of different body cells.

23 Lesson 3 When you feel empathy, you feel connected to another persons emotions.empathy Demonstrating empathy can help build and maintain your relationships. An empathetic person listens attentively and communicates understanding toward others. Empathy Empathy is the ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels. Identifying Your Emotions

24 Lesson 3 Anger is a common reaction to being emotionally hurt or physically harmed. When anger isnt handled in constructive ways, it can result in violence. HostilityHostility can be particularly damaging, not only to others but also to the hostile person. Anger Hostility refers to the intentional use of unfriendly or offensive behavior. Identifying Your Emotions

25 Lesson 3 Understanding Your Emotions Fear can trigger physical changes, including increased perspiration, an increase in heart rate, and a tightening of muscles. This fight-or-flight response enables you to defend yourself or flee the scene. Anger Joy Fear Effects of Emotions on Your Health Triangle

26 Lesson 3 Understanding Your Emotions Strong emotions like anger can cause both physical and mental responses, such as an increase in heart rate and feelings of distress. Inappropriate responses, such as lashing out, can be harmful to you or to people around you. Joy Fear Anger Effects of Emotions on Your Health Triangle

27 Lesson 3 A. Correct! Anger sometimes results in violence, which can damage a relationship. Click Next to attempt another question. Quick Review - Answer

28 Lesson 3 You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again or click Next to see the correct answer. Quick Review - Answer


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