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Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Health and Wellness Self-Esteem & Mental Health Mental and Emotional Health Chapter 3: Section 3 Pages 61-67
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Objectives At the end of this lesson, students will have been able to do the following: Describe characteristics of positive health. Compare the stages of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Describe how you can learn to express emotions in positive ways. Identify the limitations of defense mechanisms. Describe three positive strategies for managing your emotions.
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Key Terms Mental health The state of mental well-being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life Self-actualization The achievement of the best that a person can be Emotion The feeling that is produced in response to life experiences Defense mechanism An unconscious behavior used to avoid experiencing unpleasant emotions
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Motivation Brainstorm different ways people express certain emotions and determine if the different ways of expressing the emotion are helpful or harmful to themselves or others.
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Mental Health The state of mental well-being in which one can cope with the demands of daily life. A sense of control Ability to endure failures and frustrations Ability to see events positively Ability to express emotions in a healthy way
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Mentally and emotionally healthy people are more likely to reach self- actualization. Self-actualization The achievement of the best that a person can be Esteem stage The need to have self-respect and to achieve goals Social stage The need for love, affection, and acceptance Safety stage The need for shelter and protection from danger Physical stage The need for food, water, sleep, and exercise
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Managing Emotions An emotion is the feeling that is produced in response to life experiences. Learning to express Emotions You can learn to express your emotions more constructively regardless of how others around you express their emotions. Practice expressing your emotions in a positive way. Managing Emotions Talk it out Blow off steam Be creative Sing, or play a musical instrument; write down how you feel; talk to a friend; exercise, or play a sport; let go of what you can’t control; and draw or paint a picture.
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Emotions deserving special attention! Anger, fear, guilt, jealousy, and loneliness
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Defense Mechanisms Unconscious thought or behavior used to avoid experiencing unpleasant emotions. Compensation Daydreaming Denial Displacement Idealization Projection Rationalization Regression Repression Sublimation Limitations of Defense Mechanisms Some defense mechanism can be helpful or have a positive outcome. Ignoring feelings can become problematic. Finding the Right Balance Find the right balance between managing emotions and using defense mechanisms.
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Defense mechanisms Compensation Making up for weakness in one area by achieving in another Daydreaming Imaging pleasant things that take your mind off the unpleasant reality Denial Refusing to accept reality Displacement Shifting feelings about one person or situation to another person or situation Idealization Copying someone you think highly of because you don’t feel good about who you are Projection Seeing your own faults or feeling in someone else Rationalization Making excuses for or justifying behavior Regression Reacting to emotions in a childlike or immature fashion Repression Blocking out painful thoughts or feelings Sublimation Redirecting negative impulses into positive behavior
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Closure State whether each of the statements below is true or false. Correct the false statements. The way that a person expresses his or her emotions is learned by their family interactions as they grow up and cannot be changed. If you are emotionally and mentally healthy, you will not feel angry about things.
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