2.1 KINES126 - KINES126.1 Monday February 1st 1999...

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KINES126.1 Monday, February 1st, 1999 Announcements: None Lecture notes: Mental Health (the first of the ten content areas within School Health Instruction) CONTINUED... The concept of emotional well-being NAMH (The National Association of Mental Health) says emotionally healthy people: feel good about themselves feel good about others are able to meet the demands of life Other ideas about emotional well-being~emotionally healthy people: are competent to satisfy their own basic needs have a firm grasp on reality secure relationships with others have a capacity to experience a broad range of emotion and can control the expression of those emotions can achieve a healthy level of self-esteem Four characteristics of healthy self-esteem
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Unformatted text preview: a.) connectedness--a sense that you belong to a group b.) feeling of uniqueness--feeling that you have special qualities c.) power--have element of control in your life d.) role-models--have people that you can see as a reference point in what you hope to achieve. Positive and negative events that happen daily in children's lives. • AT HOME: Children experience 8 negative events for every 1 positive event. • AT SCHOOL: Children experience 16 negative events for every 1 positive event. • OFFSETTING THESE EVENTS: It takes 6-12 positive events to offset 1 negative event. This means that children need approximately 288 positive events everyday to offset all the negative events....
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  • Spring '99
  • Maney
  • negative events, school health instruction, National Association of Mental Health

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