High Self Esteem
Low Self Esteem
The ability to handle the stresses and changes of everyday life in a reasonable way.
Having a _________________ attitude
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, abilities, and habits
Inherited traits from your biological parents.
habits developed from other influences such as family and culture, friends and peers, and media and technology.
The way you view yourself overall, it may also be described as self-image
How you feel about yourself; confidence
The ability to recover from problems or loss
feelings such as love, joy, or fear
frequent changes in emotional state
a state of uneasiness. It is a form of stress
Mild anxiety can give you ______________ .
Anger can be helpful when you are trying to fight off a(n) _______________ .
Anger can be useful by _______________ yourself to do better
strategies that people use to deal with strong emotions.
refuse to face a feeling you don’t want to accept.
you pretend someone else is having these feelings
taking your feelings out on someone other than the person who hurt you
redirecting your feelings into some other, more positive activity
The need to love and _____ ____________by others
the need to ________________
The need to make a ___________________ in the world
the body’s normal response to the pressures of everyday life.
A hormone that increases the level of sugar in the blood which gives you more energy.
To feel or show honor or esteem for.
Respect for the difference of others.
A polite, helpful, or considerate act or remark .
To act toward people in a certain way.
The quality of being worthy of esteem or honor.
The ability to lead.
One should behave toward others as one would want others to behave toward oneself.
The state, quality or habit of being kind.
High regard or great respect given.
A state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose.
To think highly of or rate highly.
A person's principles or standards of behavior; one's judgment of what is important in life.
A feeling or showing deference and respect.
A pride and confidence in oneself; a feeling that one is behaving with honor and dignity.
Humble submission and respect.
To consider or think of (someone or something) in a specified way.
Ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape.
Confidence in one's own worth or abilities.
A sense of resolution or conclusion.
A feeling of worry.
The state or experince of being isolated from a group.
The ability to do something sucessful.
Feeling of severe despondency and dejection.
A chemical or biological agent.
Expression of deep sorrow for someone.
A mark of disgrace associated with a particular situation, quality or person
Lack of interest or concern.
A person looked to by others as an example to be imitated.
Normal psychological stress interpreted as being beneficial for the experiencer.
Ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
Feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune.
The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.
The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.
Extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain.
The fulfillment of one's talents and potentialities.