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Flashcards in Lifestyle Deck (19):
1

Why is the rural or urban area you live in important?

Larger cities - Increase anxiety, stress, crime rate higher.
Rural areas - Less oppressive, more private.
Urban areas - More opportunity.

2

How do housing conditions affect us?

Clean house.
Less likely to get ill.
Less likely to get asthma.
Don't come into contact with mould.

3

When might we need to turn to turn to family and friends for support?

After a break up with partner.
When ill to occupy time.

4

What do high levels of stress lead to?

High blood pressure.
Increase risk of heart attack.
Stroke.

5

What is unconditional acceptance?

Parents give child security and accept them as they are.

6

3 types of relationships?

Family members.
Friendships.
Personal/intimate relationships with partners.

7

PIES of starting school?

P - Walking round school, PE lessons.
I - Learn from teachers.
E - Bullying, friendships.
S - Meet childhood friends.

8

PIES of leaving school?

P - Stop exercising as much.
I - Finished learning off teachers.
E - Won't see friends as much.
S - Separated from school friends.

9

PIES of moving house?

P - Cleaning.
I - Learn independently, budget, cooking.
E - Upset moving out of family home.
S - Have new neighbours.

10

PIES of entering employment?

P - No time to exercise.
I - Learn from boss and colleagues
E - Happier earning regular income.
S - New friends to go out with.

11

PIES of parent hood?

P - Exhausted from lack of sleep.
I - Learning how to take care of child.
E - Unconditional love + acceptance.
S - Social life becomes a struggle, child to look after 24/7.

12

PIES of living with partner?

P - Someone to physically help you.
I - Share what you done through day.
E - Higher chance of arguing.
S - Socially go out with them.

13

PIES of marriage / civil ceremony?

P - Big, happy event, Travel together.
I - Learn off each other.
E - Connect with person.
S - Gathering of everyone together - fam+friends.

14

PIES of retirement?

P - Go out when you want.
I - Stop learning from others.
E - Steady emotions. Could lose life partner causing upset.
S - Allow yourself to go out more.

15

PIES of death of partner / relative?

P - Don't want to go out.
I - Won't sink in for a long time.
E - Crying/upset.
S - Need comfort.

16

PIES of exclusion / dropping out of education?

P - Exercise less.
I - Not learning from teachers.
E - Angry, stressed.
S - No social life - friends are at school.

17

PIES of accident / Injury?

P - Break bone, possibly in coma.
I - Memory begin to slow down.
E - Unhappy unable to physically keep active.
S - People visit them in hospital.

18

PIES of ill health?

P - Look physically different.
I - No spare time to learn.
E - Mentally unstable.
S - Anxious.

19

PIES of promotion?

P - Able to buy new clothes, shoes ect.
I - Learning new skills.
E - Happy and confident.
S - Afford to go out often.