Thinking critically 195 chapter 7 review chapter 7

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THINKING CRITICALLY 195 Chapter 7 Review Chapter 7 Review Test Practice Test Practice Write a paragraph describing an event or encounter that would help build a young person’s self- esteem. Then write a second paragraph describing an event that might undermine a person’s self-esteem. The information in the box will help you remember what to think about while you write your composition. Remember to: Write about the assigned topic. Make your writing thoughtful and interesting. Make sure that each sentence you write contributes to your composition as a whole. Make sure that your ideas are clear and easy for the reader to follow. Include details and examples that support your ideas; this way the reader will be able to develop a good understanding of what you are saying. Proofread your writing to correct errors in spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and sentence structure. HS_HEALTH_U03_C7_CR 1/30/04 12:59 PM Page 195
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196 Effects of Stress Managing Stress Anxiety and Teen Depression Being a Resilient Teen Managing Stress and Anxiety HS_HEALTH_U03_C08_CO 12/6/03 8:56 AM Page 196
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197 Using Visuals. Communicating with friends, family members, and other people you trust can help you handle the stress of the teen years and help you get through the ups and downs of life. What other strategies can help relieve stress? Use this Foldable to help you organize what you learn about the causes and effects of stress. Begin with a sheet of 8 1 / 2 x 11 paper. Fold the sheet of paper into thirds along the short axis. Unfold. Fold a long end of the sheet down to form a 1 tab. Unfold and label as shown. As you read and discuss the material in the chapter, use your Foldable to record examples of stress you experience, to analyze the cause of the stress, and to note the effects of the stress on your life. Before You Read As You Read Stress Cause Effect HS_HEALTH_U03_C08_CO 12/6/03 8:57 AM Page 197
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VOCABULARY stress perception stressor psychosomatic response chronic stress Effects of Stress YOU’LL LEARN TO Examine causes and effects of stress. Analyze how stress can affect physical, mental/emotional, and social health. Discuss how substance abuse harms mental/emotional health. Disagreements with friends can be a source of stress that affects all aspects of your health triangle. How does your perception change the way an event affects you? List five situations that you think cause teens to feel stressed. Next to each item, write down why you think that particular situation is a source of stress for teens. 198 Chapter 8 Managing Stress and Anxiety veryone experiences stress—it’s a natural part of life. E is the reaction of the body and mind to everyday challenges and demands . You might experience stress during your daily routine, such as when you’re running late or when you can’t find your keys. Taking an important exam, playing in a state championship basketball game, missing the bus, or argu- ing with a friend can all be sources of stress. No matter what
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