patterns 1-2 (for final)
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are linked to heart and liver diseases
voluntary being alone temporarily
ones unique personal characteristics
one's opinion of one's worth
opinions and responses of others outside family and friend group
genetic characteristics transmitted to offspring
how one feels about one's physical self
the bond that which connects the ability to love God, ourselves, and others
Jesus taught us that happiness comes from....
accepting ourselves as god accepts us
relating lovingly to others
how do we share and grow in god's love?
through our relationships with others
having a balanced outlook or attitude about life means.....
having appropriately different attitudes from time to time
where do we get our personality traits from?
our heredity and environment
what others expect of us
our responses to people and events in our lives
what is an effective way to improve one's body and body image?
to maintain good physical health
characterized by extreme optimism and a tendency to look or strive for that which is more perfect
the basis for many, perhaps most people; people's code of behavior
... has the attitude, "nothing has ever gone right, goes right, or ever will go right"
attitude which sees or looks for the positive side of things or persons first and most often
has to do with how we decide what is right or wrong
is a serious psychological eating disorder in which the individual has an exaggerated perception that he or she is overweight, and therefore feels compelled to starve himself or herself to the extent that serious physical harm even death may occur
attitude which views as they actually are, including their positive and negative aspects
attitude which views the negative side of things first or more often
the golden rule
Jesus' command to treat others as you would like them to treat you
a serious psychological eating disorder in which the person feels compelled to eat large quantities and then rid the body of the food by induced vomiting, dieting, laxatives, or other means
things held to be worthwhile and important
difference between loneliness and solitude
solitude is necessary and is a choice you make
loneliness is unhealthy and is something we should not go through