Vocabulary
Coping Mechanisms
Mental Health
Stress
100

Define Stress

a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances

100

What are coping mechanisms?



100

What is one health problem you are more likely to have if you have consistent stress?

Heart problems

Mental illnesses


100

Name 3 common stressors for students

School

Homework

Extracurricular

social challenges

Transitions

Relationships

Work

200

Define "Baggage"

Emotional issues that you carry with you and can affect your present and future.

200

What are coping mechanisms used for?

Calming down, de-escalating situations and maintaining balance

200

Why is baggage a bad thing?

It can affect your daily mental state which can affect grades and relationships!

200

How do you deal with stress?

Coping Mechanisms

300

What are Priorities?

the fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important

300

What are the benefits of meditation?

Reduce stress

increases attention

better sleep

300
Tell me about 3 of your priorities
School 
300

An excess of stress can affect which of the following?

Emotions

Physical Health

Mental Wellbeing

Nutrition

ALL OF THE ABOVE

400

Define "Mental Wellbeing"

the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy

400

List 3 common coping mechanisms that you can use

- Meditation

- Getting active

- Sleeping/ resting

- Talking to someone

400

What happens when you hold onto negative feelings and emotions?

They grow and they can become overbearing

400

What does stress feel like?

Debatable

500

What is mindfulness?

a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.

500

Watch this guided meditation video

Hidden Free Space!!!

500

Why is caring for your mental health important?

A lot of reasons!

500

True or False: Heartbreaks can cause stress?

True

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