The Power of the Mind

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The Power of the Mind by Mind Map: The Power of the Mind

1. Adolescence

1.1. Puberty, Health, and Biological Foundation

1.1.1. Puberty Changes

1.1.1.1. Emotional

1.1.1.2. Biological

1.1.1.3. Physical

1.1.2. Health

1.1.2.1. Nutrition

1.1.2.2. Exercice & Sports

1.1.2.3. Sleep

1.1.3. Evolution, Heredity, & Environment

1.1.3.1. Natural Selection

1.1.3.2. DNA and the Collaborative Gene

1.1.3.3. The Epigenetic View

1.2. The Self, Identity, Emotion, & Personality

1.2.1. The Self

1.2.1.1. Self-Understanding and Understanding others

1.2.1.2. Self-Esteem and Self-Concept

1.2.1.3. Self-Regulation

1.2.2. Identity

1.2.2.1. The Four Statuses of Identity

1.2.2.2. Erikson's Ideas on Identity

1.2.2.2.1. New node

1.2.2.3. Developmental Changes in Identity

1.2.2.3.1. New node

1.2.2.4. Identity and Social Cotexts

1.2.2.4.1. New node

1.2.2.5. Identity and Intimacy

1.2.2.5.1. New node

1.3. Moral Development, Values, and Religion

1.3.1. Moral Development and Domains

1.3.1.1. Moral Thought

1.3.1.2. Moral Behavior

1.3.1.2.1. Moral Thought

1.3.1.3. Moral Feeling

1.3.1.4. Moral Personality

1.3.1.4.1. Moral Feeling

1.3.1.5. Social Domain Theory

1.3.2. Contexts of Moral Development

1.3.2.1. Parenting

1.3.2.2. School

1.3.3. Values, Religion, and Spirituality

2. Society

2.1. Health, well-being

2.2. Fundamental rights ( privacy, human rights)

2.3. Demographics

2.4. Sociology

2.5. Philosophy

2.6. Ethics

2.7. Security, risk, resilience

2.8. History

2.9. Education

2.10. Anthropology

3. Education

3.1. THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN COLLABORATIVE SCHOOL CULTURES AND STUDENT LEARNING

3.1.1. New node

3.2. ADULT LEARNING

3.2.1. New node

3.3. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEARNING

3.3.1. New node

3.4. FACILITATION & COACHING

3.4.1. New node

3.5. EDUCATIONAL EQUITY

3.5.1. New node

4. Poverty

4.1. Expressions

4.1.1. Abuse by those in power

4.1.1.1. New node

4.1.2. Dis-empowering institutions

4.1.2.1. New node

4.1.3. Gender relationships

4.1.3.1. New node

4.1.4. Lack of security

4.1.4.1. New node

4.1.5. EDUCATIONAL EQUITY

4.1.5.1. New node

4.1.6. Limited capabilities

4.1.6.1. New node

4.1.7. Physical limitations

4.1.7.1. New node

4.1.8. Precarious livelihoods

4.1.8.1. New node

4.1.9. Problems in social relationships

4.1.9.1. New node

4.1.10. Weak community organizations

4.1.10.1. New node

4.2. Definition

4.2.1. Global Prevelance

4.2.2. Etymology

4.2.3. Measuring Poverty

4.2.3.1. Absolute poverty

4.2.3.2. Relative poverty

4.3. Effects

4.3.1. Health

4.3.2. Hunger

4.3.3. Education

4.3.4. Participation

4.3.5. Shelter

4.3.6. Violence

4.3.7. Utilities

4.3.8. Personality

4.3.9. Discrimination

5. Money

5.1. Travel

5.2. Food/Nutrition

5.3. Services

5.4. Education

5.5. Employment

5.6. Family

5.7. Social

5.8. Housing

5.9. Law

6. Friendship

6.1. Activities you do with your friend:

6.1.1. Talk to each other

6.1.2. Take walks together

6.1.3. Go out together

6.1.4. Visit each other's places

6.1.5. Travel together...

6.2. How should a friend be?

6.2.1. understanding

6.2.2. Humorous

6.2.2.1. e.g. it's most important to be able to laugh with him/her about nearly everything

6.2.3. Friendly

6.2.4. Smart

6.2.5. Considerate

6.2.6. Reliable

6.2.7. Resilient

6.2.8. Honest

6.3. What is it a good

6.3.1. Spill the beans about you

6.3.1.1. e.g. talking to others about my secrets

6.3.2. Lie to you

6.3.2.1. e.g. not telling me, that my look is terrible...

6.3.3. Tell you clearly if you are up to make a mistake

6.3.4. Talk about you behind your back

6.3.5. Be unfair to you

6.3.5.1. e.g. argueing with you in a mean way;

6.3.5.2. e.g. using bad language against you;

6.3.6. Doesn't forget about your birthday / meetings / Talks..

6.3.7. Does not laugh at you

6.3.8. Doesn't just say what you want to hear...

6.3.8.1. e.g. if you behave the wrong way, he/she has to tell you about it.

6.4. What does a good friend do?

6.4.1. Listen to your problems

6.4.2. Open himself/herself to you

6.4.3. Make up with you after falling out with you

6.4.3.1. e.g. if there ever is a quarrel, it must not be the end of our friendship... and both of us have to do our best to make up with each other again...

6.4.4. Be loyal to you

6.4.5. be understanding

6.4.6. Keep secrets

6.4.7. Help you to overcome difficulties

6.4.7.1. e.g. he/she is there also when you are ill or have problems with other people...

6.5. Why is it important to have a best friend?

6.5.1. everybody needs someone to share his/her life

6.5.2. people should not stay on their own

6.5.3. friendship makes happy

6.5.4. he/she holds you off from being lonely

6.5.5. people are social beings...

7. Family

7.1. Love

7.2. Respect

7.3. Values

7.4. Forgiveness

7.5. Parenting

7.5.1. Monitoring

7.6. Relationship

7.6.1. Honest

7.6.2. Caring

7.6.3. Nurturing

7.7. Money

7.7.1. Access to

7.7.2. Opportunity to Create Adequate Funds

7.7.3. Misuse/Abuse of Money

7.7.4. Basic Necessities

7.7.4.1. Food

7.7.4.1.1. Shelter

7.7.5. Priorites

8. Happiness

8.1. The Meaning Of Life

8.1.1. There's No Meaning Of Life Unless We Put The Meaning To It

8.1.2. Good Thought, about Ourself

8.2. There's No Coincidence

8.2.1. If There Is, You Will Never Thought About It

8.2.2. How Come? We'll never know.

8.2.3. How Come? We'll never know.

8.3. Connection With Other People

8.3.1. Everybody Is A winner

8.3.1.1. And Gain Some Respects

8.3.1.2. To Make Someone Happy

8.3.2. You Are Not Alone

8.3.2.1. You are not Better Than Anyone

8.3.2.2. Nobody Is Better Than You

8.3.2.3. Everybody Is Talented

8.3.2.4. Everybody Is Smart

8.3.3. Hurt Nobody

8.3.3.1. They Will Hit You Back

8.3.3.2. Or, You Will

8.3.3.3. Treat Everybody Like I Want To Be Treated

8.4. Mind set

8.4.1. A New Way To See God

8.4.1.1. Fearless

8.4.1.1.1. God Is A Friend, Not Something To Be Feared Of

8.4.1.2. Rational

8.4.1.2.1. God Is A Believing Processs (Journey)

8.4.2. Greatfulness

8.4.2.1. Shortcut To Feel Good

8.4.2.2. Patient

8.4.3. Unconditional Freedom

8.4.3.1. Responsible

8.4.3.1.1. Unconditional Love

8.4.3.1.2. Rational

8.4.3.2. Un-Responsible

8.4.3.2.1. Destructive

8.4.3.3. Treat Everybody Like I Want To Be Treated

8.4.4. Don't Hurt Yourself

8.4.4.1. Don't Think Negative

8.4.4.1.1. Fear

8.4.4.1.2. Embarass

8.4.4.1.3. Useless