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2.1 Define Terms Related to Individual and Family Relationships
Attitude a person’s basic outlook on life or a specific topic or issue. a person’s basic outlook on life or a specific topic or issue.
Binge indulging in something to excess, such as eating or drinking.
Bulimia Nervosa a person with this disorder repeatedly binges the purges, by vomiting or taking laxatives, to prevent weight gain.
Cliques a group of people who exclude others from their circle.
Communication process of sending and receiving messages to share thoughts and feelings.
Anorexia Nervosa a psychological disorder where a person eats very little or refuses to eat as they see themselves overweight even when they are dangerously underweight
Date a shared social activity between people of the opposite gender.
Date Rape forced sexual intercourse that takes place in a dating situation.
Drug a chemical substance that causes changes in the mind and body functions..
Empathy the ability to understand what someone else is experiencing.
Environment A person’s surroundings and everything in them, including both human and non- human factors.
Etiquette manners established by society
Family a person or group of persons joined together by blood, marriage, adoption, or other bonds, and who are committed to each other and provide emotional support.
Habit regular repetition of acquired behavior pattern.
Health combined state of physical, mental, and social well being.
Heredity the sum of all the qualities a person inherits from his or her parents at birth.
Hygiene practices that promote good health and prevention of disease, such as cleanliness and maintenance of skin, hair and nails.
Infatuation an intense emotional involvement that begins with a sudden strong attraction based on physical appearance or other obvious traits.
Menopause the time later in life when menstruation ends.
Menstruation monthly process, which occurs in women from adolescence through middle age, in which blood is discharged from the uterus through the reproductive tract.
Negative Self-Concept when you see yourself as not being equal with other people.
Peer Pressure persuasion to conform to the group and go along with group activities.
Peers the other people in a person’s age group.
Personality the characteristics that make a person unique.
Positive Self-Concept the mental picture you have of yourself as being equal with other people.
Responsibility an obligation or duty for which a person is held accountable.
Rights special privilege, benefit, or personal favor to which a person is held accountable.
Self-Concept the mental picture people have of themselves; their opinion about themselves.
Stalking to pursue obsessively and to the point of harassment
Stress physical or psychological tension and strain.
Substance Abuse misuse of drugs that damage an individual’s health and ability to function.
Sympathy the ability to share another person’s trouble or suffering.
Tolerance the ability to overlook or accept things you do not agree with.
Verbal Communication expressing ideas to others by using spoken words.
the process of acquiring and maintaining physical, mental, emotional, and social health
Chapter 1 – What is Health?
Eating Disorders. 1.What is an Eating Disorder? Any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits 2.What.
Eating Disorders and Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Entry Task Do you think that our society puts too much pressure on on ‘being perfect’? Do you think the.
Eating Disorders Senior Health. Objectives Differentiate between common eating disorders Identify warning signs, risk factors, and symptoms Discuss how.
Poor body image may lead to unhealthful and harmful eating behaviors.
It is the combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
EATING DISORDERS. What is an eating disorder? An eating disorder is a compulsion to eat, or avoid eating, that negatively affects one's physical and mental.
Body image and eating disorders. Today we will… Discuss a variety of different eating disorders Review body image and what it means to us Examine how.
JOURNAL READ AND RESPOND! “WHEN THE MIRROR LIES” What is BDD? How does BDD affect ones life on a daily basis? Where can you go for more info or help?
Eating Disorders Mental health disorders characterized by dysfunctional eating/behavior patterns, etc.
Chapter 1 Understanding Yourself
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Eating Disorders and body image
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PERSONAL DEVLOPMENT UNIT 2.
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Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Compulsive Overeating
Mental Disorders An illness that affects the mind and reduces a person’s ability to function, to adjust to change, or to get along with others.
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