All the elements of wellbeing; Physical, Mental, Emotional, Spirtiual, and Social
The achievement of a person's best in all six components of health
Illnesses that pass from one organism to another
Choices, made daily, of how to treat the body and mind. Examples are what to eat, and when to exercise.
Diseases that are made likely by neglect of the body. They cannot be passed from person to person. Examples are heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
Age measured by the time (years and months) that something or someone has existed
Age as estimated from the body's health and probable life expectancy.
People who have reached the age of 100 years or older
The psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal
Motivations that are inborn not learned, such as hunger, thirst, fear, and need for sleep. Also known as instincts.
A decision adhered to for the long term; a promise kept.
The capability of conscious choice and decision and intention
Refers to one's belief about one's ability to perform behaviors that should lead to expected outcomes. those with high levels for a particular task are more likely to succeed than those with low levels
The complex of all the attributes--behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental--that characterize a unique individual
The way you see yourself
Science dealing with the mind
Conditions or qualities able or likely to change
The drive to become what one is capable of becoming
The organization of people at different ranks in an administrative body
Things that are required in order to live
The transition period from childhood, extending from childhood to adulted, extending from puberty to independence.
The period of sexual maturation, during which a person becomes capable of reproducing
Roles assigned by society to people of each gender
Your identity as it is experienced with regard to your individuality as male or female
The trait of behaving in ways considered typical for women
The trait of behaving in ways considered typical for men
Generalized beliefs about what members of an identifiable group are like that operate as schemas when perceiving members of those groups
Unwelcome sexual behavior by a supervisor toward an employee
A measure of how much you value and respect yourself
Positive Self Talk
Talking to your self positivley
The way you see your body
Groups of people who are similar in age and stage of life
The influence to go along with the beliefs and actions of other people your age
Peer groups that exist largely to express aggression against other groups
Groups of people who share intense admiration or adoration of a particular person or principle
A person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
Different ways that you can say "no" to something you don't want to do