Health Notes 3/28-4/1
Health Notes 3/28-4/1 HEA 102-010
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cassie Ferree on Friday April 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HEA 102-010 at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania taught by Dina Hayduk in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Intro to Health/Wellness in Health Sciences at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
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March 28- April 1 Relationships Types of Relationships - Friends - Family - Yourself - Co-workers, Classmates - Intimate Characteristics of the Relationships Friends Partner Trust Trust Care Care Mutual-liking Intimacy (physical and non-physical) Humor Commitment Honesty Humor Commitment Similar interests, values, and views Loyalty Enjoy company Similar interests, values, and views Honesty Enjoying company Respect Respect Attraction *What do you look for in a partner? *When describing the “perfect” guy/girl you can’t tell if that person will be an abuser or not. Important to really get to know someone. Ingredients of a Healthy Relationship Starts with: - Who you are as an individual - What you bring to the relationship Healthy Traits to bring to a Relationship - Reasonably high self-esteem - Sense of worth - Capacity of empathy - Ability to be both alone and to be with others Strengths of a Successful relationship - Independence and maturity - Self-esteem mutual respect - Good communication - Enjoy spending time together in leisure activities - Acknowledge strength and weakness - Assertive and flexible in wants and needs - Handle conflicts constructively - Shared spiritual values Where do we find relationships? - Proximity or familiarity - Physical attractiveness - Similar characteristics (values and attitudes) Course of Love - Beginning stages of falling in love is like a roller coaster that’s why you can feel “love sick” - Increased levels of dopamine, arousal of sympathetic nervous system - Subsides as loves become more habituated to each other Sternberg Love Triangle - 3 dimensions (passion, intimacy, commitment) Types of Love- Liking - intimacy Romantic – passion, intimacy Companionate – intimacy, commitment Consummate – passion, intimacy, commitment Infatuation - passion Empty- commitment What can you do to be a better half in a relationship? - Acknowledge others (empathy) - Communication What things do we have control in relationships? - How you talk to them Ex: value diversity, belittling - More accepting of hobbies Ex: respect, learn more about - How much you give and take Communication Nonverbal Communication includes: - Gestures - Facial expressions - Posture - Noise (“sigh”) 6 universal facial expressions: 1. Happy 2. Sad 3. Angry 4. Disgust 5. Fear 6. Surprise Communication 5 parts: 1. Sender 2. Receiver 3. Message 4. Channel 5. Feedback Communication gets broken down because: - Sender may improperly encode message - Message ambiguous or culturally erroneous - Bad channel source - Too much noise - Receiver misinterprets message - Inadequate feedback Fair Fighting - Factual - Timely - No middle person - Owned by the send “I” - Checked for clarity - Ask questions “This is what I’m hearing....” “What are you hearing me say?” Communication Styles 1. Assertive a. Tells person b. Use “I” statements c. Relaxed body posture d. Calm and clear tone e. In control of self f. Good eye contact g. Does not allow others to abuse or manipulate h. Communicate respect for others i. Listen well 2. Aggressive a. Blows up b. Yells at those around c. Control/domination d. Humiliation e. Criticize/ blames other f. Does not listen well g. Impulsiveness/ low tolerance h. Interrupt frequently i. Use “you” statements j. Speak loudly k. Piercing eye contact and overbearing posture 3. Passive a. Won’t speak up b. Timid c. Fail to express feelings d. Speak softly or apologetically e. Allow others to deliberately or inadvertently infringe self f. Let people walk all over them 4. Passive Aggressive a. Won’t speak up to authority but will otherwise b. Deny there’s a problem c. Difficulty acknowledging anger d. Sarcasm e. Facial expressions don’t match how they feel f. Fail to express feelings g. Appear cooperative purposely to annoy and disrupt h. Subtle sabotage Functions of Communication - Persuasion/ influence - Information sharing - Social expressive - Command/ instruct Females tend to: Males tend to: Intimacy Independence Connection Exclusion Inclusion Status Venting Information Listening Report Relationship Contest Rapport Solutions Community Expert Novice Lecturing *everyone communicates differently Sexual Choices *50% of pregnancies in the US are unintended Methods of Fertility Management (birth control) - Prevents contraception – an egg can live for 24 hours after released but sperm can live for 5 days after ejaculation - It is hard to tell when ovulation occurs because it can change monthly and is different for every women - It is usually around mid-cycle or 14 days BEFORE a period begins Categories of Birth Control - Barrier - Hormonal - Chemical - Natural - Surgical - Mechanical *some can be a combination of many categories Types of Birth Control Abstinence - Requires control and commitment Barriers - Physical barriers include: cervical cap, sponge, male/female condoms, and diaphragm - Positive is that they are non-hormonal - They don’t allow the sperm to reach the egg/ uterus, preventing fertilization - Usually used with a chemical barrier such as: spermicide, foam, jelly, or creams Hormonal - Include: the pill(taken daily), the shot(given every 3 months), the patch(replaced weekly), the vaginal ring(changed monthly), the implant(works for years), the IUD(works for years), and emergency contraception - Add chemicals similar to hormones to stop the release of an egg and weaken sperm - Hormones change your cervical mucus and uterine lining, slow sperm, and reduce ability of fertilized egg to implant into uterine wall - Some antibiotics could interfere with the effectiveness of the birth control - Can cause serious side effects such as: blood clots, headaches, chest pain, and blurry vision Failure Rate - Perfect failure rate – the number of pregnancies per 100 uses of contraceptive method, per year if the method is used perfectly - Typical use failure rate – the number of pregnancies likely to occur with normal number of errors, memory lapse, and incorrect/incomplete use (higher than perfect failure rate)
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