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Intimacy p 195 A state of closeness between two people characterized by the desire and ability to share one s and feelings oRequires time and Nurturing Process of revealing rather than hiding Doesn t require sex Talking About Sex pp198199 What role do we want relationships and sex to have in our life at this time What are my values and my potential partner s values as they pertain to sexual relationships Will a decision to engage in sex enhance my positive feelings about mySelf or my partner Do I and my partner both want to have sex Have my partner and I discussed our sexual histories and risk factors Have we taken precautions against unwanted pregnancy and STIs Strategies For Saying No To Sex pp 100200 Recognize your own values and feelings Be direct Just say no Let your date know you feel uncomfortable if you re feeling pressured o If you re a woman monitor your sexual signals Communicate your feelings to your date sooner rather than later Top 10 Reasons Why Men and Women Have Sex Women Men 1 I was attracted to the person Iwas attracted to the person I wanted to experience the physical pleasure It feels good It feels good I wanted to experience the physical pleasure Iwanted to show my affection to the person It s fun I wanted to show my affection to the person I was sexually aroused and wanted the release I was sexually aroused and wanted the release Iwas horny I was horny It s fun I wanted to express my love for the person 2 3 4 5 Iwanted to express my love for the person 6 7 8 9 I realized I was in love Iwanted to achieve an orgasm 10 I was in the heat of the moment I wanted to please my partner g i 7 Table 71 p 199 antic chimm Pube y I Age 935115 hypothalamus receives message to begin secreting GnRH which signals pituitary gland to release gonadotropins FSH follicle stimulating hormone LH luteinizing hormone FSH and LH signal ovaries to start producing estrogens and progesterone l Tleg us httpm yhealthucsdgedUIibraryhealihguid h usi39mages7mediaim dicaI mes d fjpg I Estrogens regulate the menstrual cycle and assist in the development of secondary sex characteristics I Progesterone helps keep the endometrium developing to nourish a fertilized egg and helps maintain pregnancy I Average age of first menstrual period is 9 17 years httpfreesamplefreakamWpeqonvterjtuploangQ39OQbQdapmreMEUP C The Three Phases of the Menstrual Cycle Egg develops and endometrium proliferates Surface of endometrium is sloughed off bleeding occurs Estrogens 1 increase Ovulation occurs Estrogens and progesterone Wrease suddenly Endometrium thickens secretion and blood supply increase follicle manufactures progesterone Figure 64 Ovarlan Graulian Ovulation Corpus Degenerating follicles follicle luteum corpus luteum Progesterone Estrogen C 28 5 Days Menstrual phase Proliferatlve phase Secretory phase Menstrual phase FigurIe t Proliferative phase I The endometrium develops I Hypothalamus senses very low levels of estrogen and progesterone in the blood and thRH I That triggers the pituitary gland to release FSH Ovarlan Grau an lolllcles follicle Lining of uterus I High estrogen signals the pituitary to slow down FSH production and 1 LH I LH causes the graafian follicle to rupture and release the ovum egg This is ovulation Ovulation Secretory phase I The ruptured graafian follicle becomes the corpus luteum yellow body and secretes large amounts of estrogen and progesterone thickening the endometrium If fertilization and implantation OCCUl I The cells surrounding the develping embryo release a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropinH httpgalleryhdorgexhibitsmedioine I This maintains estrogen and progesterone secretions keeping the endometrium thick If there is no implantation I The hypothalamus signals the pituitary to stop producing FSH and LH I As levels drop the corpus luteum yellow body begins to decompose which leads to plummeting estrogen and pr0gester0ne levels 39 Degenerating corpus luteum Chapter 6 Nutrition 1 What is the difference between Dietary Reference Intakes DRl sl and Dietapz Guidelines 0rAmericans 2 What are essential nutrients 3 Define electrolytes 4 What foods provide most of the carbohydrates we need 5 What is glycogen 6 What is the difference between m and complex carbohydrates 7 What is functional fiber 8 What is the difference between a complete and incomplete protein 9 What types of food contain saturated fat 10 What is hydrogenation 11 What types of foods contain trans fats 12 What is the difference between omega3 and omega6 fatty acids 13 What percentage ofyour daily calories should come from fat 14 How many essential minerals do our bodies need 15 List the m fat soluble Vitamins 16 How do antioxidants affect free radicals 17 How many colors are in the color wheel of foods 18 How do soft drinks compare to milk and juice 19 What is the upper limit salt intake per day 20 Define organic 21 What is a genetically modified organism Chapter 3 7 Personal Stress Management 1 2 0 0 What is the difference between str and stressors What is the difference between eustress and distress List the three stages of the GAS What is homeostasis How does cortisol help during a stressful situation and how can it cause harm over time Name three body systems that can be negatively impacted by uncontrolled stress What are the two types of coping strategies used by students to cope with stress What is acculturation and how can it create stress List ve types of personal stressors What is a defense mechanism
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