HLTH-Chapter 2 Notes

HLTH-Chapter 2 Notes - Chapter 2Psychosocial Health: Being...

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Chapter 2 - Psychosocial Health: Being Mentally, Emotionally, Socially, and Spiritually Well 1/24/07-1/26/07 Psychosocial health The mental, emotional, spiritual and social dimensions of health These people… -feel good about themselves -feel comfortable with other people -control tension and anxiety -curb hate and guilt -meet the demands of life -maintain a positive outlook -value diversity -appreciate and respect nature Mental Heath The thinking part of your health that includes values, attitudes, and beliefs Emotional Health The feeling part of your health that includes your emotional reactions to life Emotions : your intensified feelings or complex patterns of feelings we constantly experience Social Health Aspect that includes interactions with others, ability to use social supports, and ability to adapt to various situations Social bonds : degree and nature of interpersonal contacts Social support : network of people and services with whom you share ties and get support Prejudice : a negative evaluation of an entire group of people that is typically
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HLTH-Chapter 2 Notes - Chapter 2Psychosocial Health: Being...

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