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Self-Concept/ Self-Esteem/ Values

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Transcript of Self-Concept/ Self-Esteem/ Values

Self-Concept/ Self-Esteem/ Values
Self-Concept
Your View of yourself
An idea of the self constructed from the beliefs one holds about oneself and the response of others
Our image of our abilities or perspective
Two Types of Self-Concept
Positive
Viewing yourself highly
Seeing the good in ones self
Negative
Viewing yourself poorly
Uncertain and uncomfortable
about yourself
Building Self-Concept
Determine what you need to change about yourself
Make a list of your strengths
Set goals
Look for positive situations
Make a promise to yourself that you will follow through
Recognize your accomplishments

Self-Esteem
Confidence in ones own worth or abilities

The way you think and feel about yourself

Ones competence and worthiness

Types of Self-Esteem
Feeling positively about yourself, your actions, and your future
High
Low
Feeling negatively about yourself, your actions, and your future
Stages of Self-Esteem
Early Childhood Precursors of Self-Esteem
Ages 0-5 years old

Competence and Worthiness just appearing

Both are considered Separate

Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Competence and worthiness merge

Self-esteem concept stabilizes

Becomes highly impactful in life overall

Personal Growth Urge Vs. Defensiveness

Adulthood (16 and over)
Self-esteem management
-Relationships, life goals, responsibilities

How Self-esteem is managed is important- may result in inflexibility of perception about self

How to Build Self-Esteem
Be respectful to yourself

Stand up for your values and feelings

Recognize that you are the source of your own choices, actions YOU make your life what it is

Understand whatever has an influence on your life
Values
What you believe is most important in you life
A person's principles or standards behavior
General guidelines that define what to strive for
How they all relate
Self-Esteem, Self-Concept, and Values
They all help describe who you are

Values help determine what is important to you and what you think about yourself in your self-concept and self-esteem

They are learned behaviors

If one is effected, can change how you act or react

Shows the level of success you will achieve
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