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abuse
pattern of mistreatment of another person
body language
facial expressions, gestures, and posture
communication
sharing of thoughts and feelings between two or more people
compromise
each person gives up something in order to reach a solution that satisfies everyone
family
the basic unit of society
gestures
movements of the hands, arms, and legs
neglect
the failure of parents to provide basic care for their children
nurture
provide for the physical, emotional, mental, and social needs
sexual abuse
an adult displaying sexual material to a child, touching a child's private parts, or engaging in any kind of sexual activity with a child
violence
use of physical force to harm someone or soemthing
Having a person try to talk you into smoking is and example of ____________ peer pressure.
negative
In a ____________ family, the children live with only one parent.
single-parent
During your teen years, you start to develop your own set of __________ and beliefs.
values
Anger, negative peer pressure, and lack of tolerance can contribute to _____________ .
violent acts
Good speaking and arguing skills help a person ___________________ well.
communicate
Good _________________ can help resolve a conflict and also prevent it.
communication
Tolerance
ability to accept peo0ple as they are
When someone says "nothing is wrong" but looks upset they are sending a ____________ message.
mixed
peer
someone in your age group
Helping someone study for a test is ____________ peer pressure.
(positive or negative)
positive
Name TWO family types.
1. nuclear
2. extended
3. couple
4. single parent
mediation
process in which a student listens to both sdies of a problem and helps them reach a solution
Walking away, practicing tolerance, and making the situation less tense are all ways to prevent _________________.
conflict