Achieving Mental and Emotional
Mental /Emotional Health
Defined: the ability to accept yourself and others, express and
manage emotions, and deal with the demands and challenges you
meet in your life.
Characteristics of Good Mental and
Alcohol is an addic,ve drug
Short Term Eects
It is a depressant!
Slows down the central nervous system
Slows reaction time, impairs vision, diminishes
Factors that Inuence Alcohols
In Our Childrens Schools
What Is Bullying?
Physical or psychological intimidation that
occurs repeatedly over time
Bullying can be overt (i.e., teasing, hitting,
or stealing); boys are most often overt
Bullying can covert (i.e., spreading rumor
Did you know?
The word bully used to mean the total
opposite of what it means now.
Five hundred years ago, it meant friend,
family member or sweetheart.
The root of the word comes from the Dutch
boel, meaning lover or brother.
Bullying can be.
Demystifying and Deescalating Cyber
CYBER BULLYING IS
Being cruel to others by sending or posting harmful
material using technological means;
an individual or group that uses
information and communication involving
Female Reproductive System
Female Reproductive System
Protect, transport and produce eggs
Puberty- Growth of secondary sex
characteristics and maturity of
Pituitary Gland- Gland located in the
brain. It produces hormones that regula
I. Female Reproductive System:
! The female reproductive system produces
the female reproductive cells, the ova.
! It supports each fertilized ovum from the
beginning of pregnancy through birth.
! Starting from
Freshman Health Review
1. What is cyberbullying?
2. What are other forms of bullying?
3. How can bullying be stopped?
4. Where is sperm produced?
5. What are the hormonal methods of birth control?
6. What is circumcision?
7. List the 5 types of health.
Health- a range of states with
physical, mental, emotional,
spiritual, and social components.
Wellness- maximum well-being
Lifestyle choices- choices, made
daily, of how to treat the body and
HEALTH: 4 COMPONENTS
a state of having a healthy relationship with yourself
Your thoughts shape your actions.
Positive thoughts = Positive actions
Values are things that you view having importance, significance, or worth.
They can be rule
made daily, of how to treat the body
and mind examples; what to eat, when to
Natural Cures and Remedies
Eating Organic Foods
Effective Fitness and Exercise
Having Friends Who Support You in E
Male Reproductive Organ
What is the Fu
! MOTIVATION-(n.)- force that
moves to act, it may come naturally
or be learned.
Motivation to succeed helps you
reach your goals.
Powerful motivation makes action
almost a certainty
Motivations that are inborn, not
learned. Such as: H
Test 1 practice test
True or False: Put true for all the statements you believe are correct and false for all the statements you believe
1. Self Esteem is how much you value other people.
2. Suppression is involuntarily pushing unpleasant f
Genital HPV Infection
Cervical Cancer in
Pap test for females; genital No cure- medicine can
warts diagnosed by
be taken to clear up
Male Reproductive System
Male Reproductive Terms Defined
Head- Contains the urethral opening and where the
foreskin attaches. (Glans)
Semen- Thick mixture of fluids that carry the sperm
from the male body. Contains fluids from the
Abs.nence is the only method that is 100%
eec.ve against Pregnancy and STD
Abs.nence: purposefully refraining from
sexually ac.vity. 100% eec.ve
Managing Stress and Coping with
Stress point worksheet: page 82 blue book
What is stress?
Stress is the reacLon of the body and mind to
everyday challenges and demands.
Chapter 5 Lesson 2
Understanding Mental Disorders
A mental disorder is an illness of the mind
that can affect the thoughts, feelings, and
behaviors of a person, preventing them
from leading a happy, healthful, and
Chapter 5 lesson 3 and 4
Knows the facts about suicide
Stress can cause alienation. To be
alienated means to feel isolated and
separated from everyone else. These
people maybe unable to cope with difficult
life experiences and lack support
Experiencing Dicult emo2ons is a
normal part of life!
What causes dicult emotions to occur?
What is Anxiety?
A condition of
Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Questions page 142-147
1. Define the term RELATIONSHIP.
2. Give examples of a relationship.
3. What makes a relationship with your family special?
4. List the needs that your parent or guardian provide for you.
CHAPTER 6 LESSON 2
Why is self respect important?
Self respect gives you the confidence to meet new
Self respect can help you interact with others in
more positive way
Its the foundation for a health
Please line yourselves up in
birthday order without talking!
1.What was the method of communication used in
2. Was it hard not to talk?
Communication - is a two way exchange of ideas
Chapter 7: Family Life
A glossary of families
Blended family: a family created aJer the death
of the divorce of a spouse; blended families
include a biological or adopMve p
Chapter 8 and 9
Love, Infatua4on, Abs4nence, and
Fact or Fic4on
1. You can tell when love is real because it hits you
in an instant, whether or not you want to be in
2. To be in4mate means
Female Reproductive System
Female Reproductive Terms Defined
Female reproductive system- Protect, transport
and produce eggs
Puberty- Growth of secondary sex characteristics
and maturity of reproductive system
Conception: the un
WHAT IS STRESS?
Stress is your mind and bodys response
or reaction to a real or imagined threat,
event or change.
The threat, event or change are commonly
called stressors. Stressors can be internal
(thoughts, beliefs, attitudes or exte