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value
certain things and ideas that are impartant to us
ironically
opposite what is expected
puberty
period of development during youth which is characterized by the physical changes surrounding the sexually reproductive organs
homosexuality
persons' oriented as to naturally prefer romantic or sexual rships with opposite sex
flexibility
the ability to adapt or adjust to change
subordinate
to rank as less importnat
superstitions
beliefts which contradict or are not consistent with reason or facts
anorexia
starving oneself
aggressive
acting boldy
profile
short description of a person
dysfunction
unable to act in a normal way
anabolic steroids
illegal addicting drugs that help speed muscle growth, but have many bad, harmful side effects
body image
how you view your physical self
apathetic
"i dont care" attitude
definitively
with final certainty
body language
manner of which people communicate with their body and without using words
inclination
tendency toward a preference
self pity
feeling sorry for oneself
heterosexual
persons' oriented as to naturally prefer romatic or sexual rships with the same gender
posture
position of one's body when standing or sitting
self image
how you view your physical self
ego
self-awareness, sense of oneself
subconsciously
mental process in oneself, such as motives or inclinations of which one is not aware
obscene
that which offends reasonable standards of modesty
harassment
bothering by constantly tormenting teasing, or worrying
gender
male or female person as a group
tactful
being appropriately sensitive in words, or behavior
chaperone
escort who accompanied
heredity
physical process where genetic characteristics are transmitted from the parents to the biological offspring
realistic
how everything really is
defense mechanisms
manner of acting in which we protect ourselves
superficial
interested only in shallow meanings and surface qualitites
imagination
the human creative ability
compatibility
ability to get along well or harmoniously together
cohabiting
living together in a dedicated, personal, or spouse type of rship but without being married
bulimia
eat and purge
annulment
the legal process within the church that is official
assert
confidently and persistantly make one's viewpoint known
genital
area of body's reproductive organs
hypocrite
one who pretends to feel or be a different way but really not, a person who criticizes certain attitudes or behavior in others while expressing the same attitudes or behavior in herself or himself
subservient
submissive, serving under another's demands
premarital
before marriage
complement
to mutually enrich or improve
inclination
tendencies
compulsive
feeling inwardly forced to act in a certain matter
reoccurring
happening or experiencing symptoms again
sociable
friendly, likes bing around and/or at ease among people
alientation
feeling or being cut off from others
vain
full of yourself
loneliness
the undesirable experience of being alone
stereotype
mantaining certain attitude and language when judging another
vulnerable
weak, exposed, unprotected
subtly
delicately, in a subdued or not obvious matter
dominate
to exercise power or control
irreconciable
cant be settledm resolved, or b rought together on friendly terms again
attitude
the disposition of the views of circumstances and experiences
verbal
spoken or sounded with mouth
motive
the reasons people have for the things they do
transmitted
passed from one person to another
adolescence
the stage of youth during the teen years which focuses on growth toward phsycological and social maturity and independence
timid
hesitant, not self-confident, fearful
jealousy
wanting to have what someone else has
ethic
how we decide what is right and wrong
distort
twist or bend out of shape
appraisal
estimate of the worht of something
generalizations
broad, vague, all-including statements
equitable
fair, just
virus
disease caused by a germ which enters body
peer pressure
infulences from others to act a certain way
peer
another who is the same age, social class, and has common interests
HIV
human immuno-deficiency virus
epidemic
spreading rapidly or uncontrolled among a large number of people
infertility
inability to reproduce natural way
prejudice
preconcieved opinion about a race religion or sexual preferences
cervical
having to do with cervix, necklike opening to women's uterus
self esteem
the opinion of one's worth
solitude
voluntarily being alone, a time of reflection and prayer
AIDs
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
introspection
look inside oneself to find an answer
semen
fluid which contains reproductive sperm cells
stagnate
to stay the same, not move, to becom dull or lifeless
inevitable
has to happen
sperm
malee cells which when united with female reproductive cell, results conception of offspring
abstinence
not participating
personality
influences from others to act a certain way
unity
to bring together
clique
small group that excludes others
criticism
statments whihc point out faults or flows, judgements assessing positive and negative qualities
integrity
honesty and sincerity
change
become different or try to make another become different
religion
the basis for our code of behavior
stereotype
fixed, unchanging idea about a person or group of persons
defensive
possition of having to defend oneself
phony
fake, not genuine
opinion
a perosnal belief on what appears to be true or likely
divorce
official ending of the civil status of a marriage
real
to be sincere and true to yourself
infatuation
a strong physical and emotional attraction toward someone else which may or may not also include or lead to a genuine rship
conceited
having exageratted view of oneself
maturity
full growth physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally
nurturing
supporting others personal growth for their sake
barriers
thing that makes it harder to reach your goal
covenant
promise of lasting support and faithfulness