Definitions
True/False
Helpful/Unhelpful
Calming Down
Feelings
100

What we think before, after, or during emotions. 

Example: " I cant believe that happened"

What are thoughts

100

"Vaping" Is the act of inhaling vapor through an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette)

What is True? Vaping is used to inhale flavored vapor through an electronic cigarette.

100

What is the term for thoughts that make you feel good and encourage positive emotions?

What are "helpful thoughts"?

100

What is the term for a technique that can help reduce stress and anxiety using the breath?

What is "deep breathing"?

100
True or False. Our feelings are important because they help us deal with situations we encounter daily.
What is true? Our feelings are made to be felt, explored, understood and released in a positive manner.
200

A pattern of behavior that someone does repetitively  This could be positive or negative. 

What is habit 

200

Vaping products contain tobacco

What is False, Vaping products contain nicotine 

200

What type of thoughts often involve unrealistic or catastrophic thinking, leading to increased stress and anxiety?

What are "unhelpful thoughts"?

200

This popular mindfulness technique involves focusing on the present moment.

What is mindfulness (or meditation).

200
True or False. Can a person be angry and happy at the same time?
What is false? This is called Reciprocal Inhibition. This means that two feelings cannot occupy the same space at one time. Turn your bad energy into good energy.
300

What we do or say

What is behavior or action

300

Vapes are Healthier than using or smoking Tobacco Products

What is false. Vaping is not healthier than smoking tobacco despite social acceptance.

300

Tremaine is worried about an upcoming test. Give two examples of helpful thoughts he can use to cope with stress or anxiety.

What is "I can handle this situation if I take it one step at a time"?

"I know the material because I've studied"

"I can study right now and make sure I'm ready for the next test"

300

When you engage in physical activities like jogging or yoga to reduce stress and anxiety, you are practicing this.

What is "exercise" or "physical relaxation"?

300

How much or how little emotion we feel. 

**Hint Think of a rating the emotion on a scale from 0-10**

What is emotional intensity. 

400

A feeling that acts as a signal or indicator about situations and ourselves.

Hint ** Starts with a E**

What is emotions

400

Habits can be broken with correct and supportive plans 

What is true

400

Provide an example of an unhelpful thought that can worsen feelings of sadness or depression.

Various examples - What is "I'm a failure, and nothing ever goes right for me"?

400

This technique involves tensing and then relaxing different muscle groups in the body to release physical tension.

What is "progressive muscle relaxation"?

400

You become anxious after forgetting your phone at the club. You're stomach hurts and you began to feel hot.

This change happens to the body outside of our control

What TYPE of signal is your body producing.

What is Physical signal.

The body also produces action and thought signals 

500

Bouncing back from difficulties in your life

What is resilience

500

Most people don't like to lose control

What is true? No one wants to lose control. Expressing emotions in an inappropriate manner leaves you feeling out of control. 

Resulting to negative ways of dealing with stress, anger, and anxiety can impact our physical health. 

500

This cognitive distortion involves looking at situations or events in black-and-white terms, without any middle ground.

What is "all-or-nothing thinking" or "black-and-white thinking"? 

500

When you write down your thoughts and emotions to gain clarity and reduce stress, you are practicing this.

What is "journaling"

500
It is healthy for someone to be angry. True or False
What is true. A HEALTHY expression of anger allows others to know how we feel and helps to resolve conflicts or problems. We all experience anger.
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