1) a mood disorder that causes a constant feeling of deep sadness and loss of interest in your favorite things.  a) Mental Health b) Anxiety c) Counselor d) Depression 2) includes our emotional health, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act.  a) Anxiety b) Resilience c) Mental Health d) Therapy 3) is a type of sickness that causes distress and/or problems within social, school or family groups. a) Resilience b) Mental Illness c) Counselor d) Therapy 4) talking to a trained counselor/ therapist about your emotional and mental health weekly. a) Therapy b) Coping Skills c) Mental Illness d) Triggers 5) a professional trained to give guidance on emotional, social, psychological problems  a) Counselor / therapist b) Mental Illness c) Hope d) Therapy 6) a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically happens when we worry about something with an unknown outcome. a) Resilience b) Depression c) Anxiety d) Mental Health 7) making a personal effort to solve our own emotional problems to manage or tolerate our stress. a) Coping Skills b) Anxiety c) Mental Illness d) Mental Health 8) The ability to bounce back after facing adversity, a setback, trauma, or sadness, a) Mental Health b) Resilience c) Mental Illness d) Depression 9) feeling positive about an outcome that makes your life better in some way. a) Triggers b) Hope c) Mental Health d) Mental Illness 10) A sudden reminder can cause a person to feel overwhelming sadness, anxiety, or panic. a) Anxiety b) Triggers c) Hope d) Therapy





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