Glossary

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sacs (SAKS) Sacs are parts inside the body that are shaped like bags and usually contain liquid or air. Alveoli are tiny air sacs.
vibration (vy-BRAY-shuhn) Vibration is a continuous shaking movement. The vibration in your lungs makes sounds.
vocal cords (VOH-kol KORDS) Vocal cords are thin pieces of folded tissue in your throat that help you make sounds with your voice. The vocal cords are inside the larynx.
contentment (kuhn-TENT-muhnt) Contentment is feeling free from worry. Feelings of contentment are peaceful and happy.
coping skills (KOH-ping SKILS) Coping skills are ways of being or doing something that help manage a problem. Coping skills can help you manage anger and sadness.
emotions (i-MOH-shuns) Emotions are feelings. Anger and sadness can be strong emotions.
grief (GREEF) Grief is a feeling of deep sorrow. People feel grief when someone dies.
ignored (ig-NORD) If something is ignored, someone is paying no attention to it. You might feel sad if someone has ignored you.
irritated (IRR-i-tate-id) Someone who is irritated is mildly angry. You might feel irritated if you leave your homework behind.
rage (RAYJ) Rage is very strong, uncontrolled anger. It is difficult to calm down someone in a rage.
reacting (ree-AKT-ing) Reacting is acting or behaving in response to something. Anger can be caused by reacting to something that upset you.
resolution (rez-uh-LOO-shuhn) A resolution is something that is solved or a conflict that is worked out. Talking through something calmly can help you find a resolution.
role models (ROHL MAH-duhls) Role models are people whose good behavior should be imitated. It can help to watch how role models handle their feelings.
stress (STRES) Stress is the state of being tense or uptight caused from being upset. Feeling too much stress might make you unhappy.
tantrums (TAN-truhms) Tantrums are fits of bad temper. Toddlers throw temper tantrums.