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  • Chapter 7 Your Mental and Emotional Health
  • Characteristics of Good Mental Health
    • Positive Self-Esteem
    • Sense of Belonging
    • Sense of Purpose
    • Positive Outlook
    • Autonomy
  • Pyramid of Needs
    • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
      • Level 1 physical
      • Level 2 Safety
      • Level 3 Belonging
      • Level 4 Feeling Recognized
      • Level 5 Reaching your Potential
            • Self-actualization
            • Maslow’s Pyramid is dynamic changing thru your day and thru your life….
  • Understanding Your Personality
    • Personality: complex set of characteristics that makes you unique.
      • Heredity: physical traits
            • Intellectual ablilities, and temperment
      • Environment
            • Day to day life
            • Modeling: observing and learning from the behaviors of those around you…
            • Role Model: Who you copy
  • Personality Theories and Predicting Behaviors
    • Freud: ID, Ego, and Super Ego
        • Believed that personality traits formed at a young age.
        • Freud
    • Jung: Introvert vs. Extrovert
    • Erickson: Social Development
  • Developing A Positive Identity
    • Personal Identity: your sense of yourself as a unique individual
      • Your Interests
      • Your likes and dislikes
      • Your talents and ablilities
      • Your values and beliefs
      • Your goals
        • 1 to 2 Page Papers about your Personal Identity
  • Understanding Emotions
    • Emotions, or feelings, are signals that tell your mind and body how to react.
    • Communicating emotions effectively is key to building and maintaining healthy relationships
  • Identifying your Emotions
    • Common Emotions
      • Happiness:
      • Sadness:
      • Love:
      • Empathy:
      • Fear:
      • Guilt:
      • Anger
      • Grief
  • Dealing with Emotions in Positive Ways
    • Negative ways of dealing, is to do nothing to solve problems.
      • Exaggerating emotions
      • Pretending emotions aren’t there
      • Intentionally hurting others
    • Positive Ways
      • Look below the surface of your emotion
      • Consider whether or not the situation will matter
      • Don’t take action on a strong feeling until you take time.
      • Use positive feelings to inspire yourself
      • If negative feeling don’t go away, seek help.
  • Defense Mechanisms
    • Mental processes that protect individuals from strong or stressful emotions
      • Repression
      • Suppression
      • Denial
      • Projection
      • Sublimation
      • Reaction-Formation