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Mental Health

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Across
  1. 6. anger that is not recognized and is expressed in inappropriate ways
  2. 8. a person's belief that he or she is worthy and deserves respect (has a - in it)
  3. 9. unfriendliness; hatred
  4. 12. an anxiety disorder that consists of sudden, overwhelming attacks of terror
  5. 14. A physiological or psychological dependence on a substance or activity.
  6. 15. an experience that causes a high level of stress.
  7. 18. psychological disorders characterized by distressing, persistent anxiety or maladaptive behaviors that reduce anxiety
  8. 20. feelings, often influenced by our beliefs, that predispose us to respond in a particular way to objects, people, and events
  9. 23. The ability to share in another's emotions or feelings.
  10. 24. The state of being alert and mentally present for one's everyday activities.
  11. 26. an individual's unique pattern of characteristics.
  12. 30. the feeling that occurs when someone dies or a life situation changes or ends.
  13. 31. (GAS) a three-stage physiological response that appears regardless of the stressor that is encountered
  14. 34. the ability to control impulses and delay short-term gratification for greater long-term rewards (has a - in it)
  15. 35. The relationship between a person's thoughts, emotions, and bodily responses.(Has a - in it)
  16. 37. an informal or formal gathering of people who meet and share experiences, feelings, and trust
  17. 38. an action by people, such as family members, who want a person to get treatment
  18. 39. are techniques used to prevent and deal with stressors and to protect one's health from the harmful effects produced by the stress response. (has a - in it)
  19. 40. a high regard for oneself because one behaves in responsible ways. (has a - in it)
Down
  1. 1. Physical ailments caused in part by psychological factors, especially emotion distress
  2. 2. disguising one's own threatening impulses by attributing them to others
  3. 3. intense emotional suffering caused by a loss, disaster, or misfortune
  4. 4. healthful ways to control and express anger, such as journaling, exercising, and keeping a sense of humor (has a - in it)
  5. 5. Voluntarily postponing an immediate reward in order to complete a task before enjoying a reward.
  6. 7. a positive or negative experience that is associated with a particular pattern of physiological activity
  7. 10. the quality of the contacts a person has with the people with whom he or she interacts
  8. 11. a person who uses self-control to act on responsible values
  9. 13. negative interpersonal contact that closes options and can cause a person to feel discouraged, alienated, and to choose wrong behavior
  10. 16. the response of the body to the demands of daily living.
  11. 17. A behavioral or psychological syndrome associated with distress or disability or with a significantly increased risk of suffering death, pain, disability, or loss of freedom.
  12. 19. a problem in which people neglect themselves to care for, control, or try to "fix" someone else
  13. 21. a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.
  14. 22. Affects mood, hunger, sleep, and arousal
  15. 25. positive interpersonal contact that helps a person feel encouraged and supported, choose responsible behavior, and recognize options
  16. 27. An unhealthy compulsion to do things perfectly.
  17. 28. the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about what is important that help guide the way you live
  18. 29. The ability to adjust, recover, bounce back and learn from difficult times.
  19. 32. A falling back into an old illness or bad habit
  20. 33. a person's belief that he or she is not worthy and does not deserve respect (has a - in it)
  21. 36. an imbalanced preoccupation with work at the expense of home and personal life satisfaction