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Self concept pp

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Self concept pp

  1. 1. Healthy Self-Concept
  2. 2. Self Talk The encouragement or criticism you give yourself The Law of Positive Self-Talk states: “You can change who you are by changing what you say when you talk to your mind.” When do you find yourself talking to yourself?
  3. 3. Self-Esteem How much you value yourself and your abilities, skills and accomplishments. You believe setbacks are temporary. You have confidence to confront challenges and overcome them. Having good self-esteem will also affect your overall attitude and the health choices you make
  4. 4. Self-Esteem Self-Esteem is a combination of self-image, ideal self, and Pygmalion-self Self Image: what we perceive ourselves to be Ideal-self: how we want to be Pygmalion-self: our perception of what we believe other people think of us.I am not what I think I amI am not what you think I amI am what I think you think I am
  5. 5. What is Self-Concept? A persons self-concept is his knowledge about himself. Similar to how he can know other people, and know facts about how they tend to think, and what they enjoy doing, and what their temperament is like, he can also know these things about himself. Some people have much stronger self-concepts than others, probably because possessing a self-concept in much detail requires reflection on ones own self and behavior.
  6. 6. Key Difference between Self-Concept and Self-Esteem The key difference between self-concept and self-esteem is that the addition of feelings. Self-concept is simply the informational side of things, where you know facts about what you are like. Self-esteem is how you feel about those things you know, like whether you enjoy the fact that you are talkative at parties (high self-esteem) or you think that you are annoying and need to learn to shut up sometimes (low self-esteem).

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