Physial health- Physical health is the overall condition of a living organism at a given time, the soundness of the body, freedom from disease or abnormality, and the condition of optimal well-being. People want to function as designed, but environmental forces can attack the body or the person may have genetic malfunctions. The main concern in health is preventing injury and healing damage caused by injuries and biological attacks.
It's about keeping our bodies as fit and well as can be. There are times when we all get sick and need to look after ourselves so we can get better.
Social health - Social health is when you can get along correctly with everyone socially. You can make friends easily, and keep them. You're basically trustworthy. If you are very fussy, and don't like almost everything, you will not make friends.
Spending quality time with friends and family, no smoking, volunteer work, good communication, etc...
Consequences of Good Social Skills With a full repertoire of social skills, students will have the ability to make social choices that will strengthen their interpersonal relationships and facilitate success in school. Some consequences of good social skills include:
Positive and safe school environment.
Child resiliency in the face of future crises or other stressful life events.
Students who seek appropriate and safe avenues for aggression and frustration.
Children who take personal responsibility for promoting school safety.
Consequences of Poor Social SkillsStudents with poor social skills have been shown to:
Experience difficulties in interpersonal relationships with parents, teachers, and peers.
Evoke highly negative responses from others that lead to high levels of peer rejection. Peer rejection has been linked on several occasions with school violence.
Show signs of depression, aggression and anxiety.
Demonstrate poor academic performance as an indirect consequence.
Show a higher incidence...