Physical fitness

phys.i.cal / fit.ness

|ˈfizikəl||ˈfitnis|
n.noun

The medical dictionary describes physical fitness as, "A state of physiologic well being that is achieved through a combination of good diet, regular physical exercise, and other practices that promote good health."

Physical fitness is an often overlooked, yet fundamentally significant, activity that is essential for the physical and mental health of any individual. Physical fitness not only improves the appearance of a person's body, but improves their mental state as well. Moreover, a person who regularly participates in physical fitness lives a healthy, well-balanced and lengthy lifetime.

A person's physical fitness plays a significant role in their state of mental health. A person's bodily fitness may be their foundation of happiness and productivity, or their reason for psychological struggles. Physical fitness plays such a significant role, in fact, that those who don't participate in physical fitness are often misdiagnosed with psychological disorders, such as depression or bi-polar disorder. In short, those who participate in an active lifestyle are happier than those who don't. This is mainly due to the healthy, mental components that physical fitness promotes.

To summarize, living an active lifestyle, one that promotes the physical fitness of an individual, brings about positivity in all facets of their life. It should be noted that not every individual who participates in an active lifestyle is free of psychological ailment. However, through the involvement of living actively, a person is more likely to achieve personal and mental satisfaction.

Positive life choices

pos·i·tive | life | choice.es

/päzədiv/  /līf/ /CHoisez/
n.noun

Positive life changes are modifications a person chooses to make in hopes of positively changing the overall quality of their life. Positive life changes are essential for people who are in desperate need of correcting negative behaviors and habits.

Life changes can be major or difficult decisions, or easy, quick fixes. For example, if a person struggles with tobacco addiction, a major, positive life change would be to overcome their harmful habit. In addition, a small life change would be if an individual chose to wake up earlier in the morning in order to accomplish more throughout their day. As there is a big difference in difficulty between major and simple, positive life changes, both require a certain amount of dedication and diligence.

In regards to troubled teens, positive life changes are necessary. Troubled teens who display out of control, negative behaviors are at risk for developing life-long habits, getting in major legal trouble and even meeting an early death if they fail to make positive life changes. Fortunately, there are treatment programs that cater to troubled teens and assist them in successfully accomplishing positive life changes. The most effective and popular choices for parents of troubled teens are therapeutic boarding schools and residential treatment centers for troubled teens.

Positive relationships

pos.i.tive / re.la.tion.ship

|ˈpäzətiv |riˈlā sh ənˌ sh ip|
n.noun

A positive relationship is an association between two people that mutually benefits both parties.

Positive relationships can be built with various types of people. These assortment of individuals may span from peers and family members to authority figures, such as teachers or religious figures. A person who develops a positive relationship can turn that person for much-needed support and guidance. Conversely, the companion of a shared, positive bond can turn to that individual when a reciprocated support is needed. As the two parties of a positive relationship face hardships and life's obstacles together, their bond is consequently strengthened.

Positive relationships are essential for living a fruitful lifestyle. Positive influences can assist a person through hard times, as well as enjoy life's happiness and celebrations. Additionally, building constructive relationships with propitious, like-minded individuals, a person can stray from negative and unhealthy relationships and activities.

Powerlessness

pow.er.less.ness

ˈpou(-ə)rləs|
adj.

Powerlessness Is used to describe a person's inability to succeed in certain aspects of their life. Powerlessness is often used to describe an addict's inability to overcome addiction. This term is also used to describe a person's lack of ability to overcome psychological disorder (depression, OCD, anxiety, etc.).

While people who feel as though they are completely powerless to overcome certain obstacles in their lives that plague them, they are not forever doomed to struggle with their personal afflictions. With proper therapeutic care and guidance, individuals who suffer from dangerous thought processes and addictions, can truly find the peace they so desperately need.

Troubled teens who are powerless

Adolescents who are deemed as 'troubled,' are often struggling with personal afflictions that render them to a state of powerlessness. Whether they are powerless over their inability to stay motivated or suffer from extreme psychological and addictive disorders, troubled teens can overcome their demoralizing state of vulnerability; there is hope. Therapeutic boarding schools and residential treatment facilities offer such hope to struggling and floundering adolescents.

Private boarding schools

Priv.ate / boar.ding / schools

n.noun

A private boarding school is a private school where students reside on campus. Private boarding schools provide not only room and boarding for their pupils, but also provide food and amenities that any students may need. Private schools do this so that students can reside on campus, without having to leave for any reason. Additionally, private boarding schools ensure the safety of their pupils by eliminating the need to travel off campus.

Private boarding schools come in many different forms. The various types of boarding schools include, but are not limited to, college-preparatory, all boys, all girls, military, art, or religious. Additionally, there are even private boarding schools designed to help troubled teenage children who are struggling at home due to behavioral problems and psychological disorders. These types of treatment schools also come in many different styles. In addition, boarding schools for troubled make up its own, diversified subcategory of private boarding schools.

Private boarding schools for troubled teens

Most treatment programs that require troubled teens to reside on campus are a form of private boarding school. These specialized boarding schools include therapeutic boarding schools, residential treatment programs, and Christian boarding schools for troubled teens.