Diagnostic Essay

Diagnostic Essay - Bowen 1 John Bowen Nancy Carol Steelman...

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Bowen 1 John Bowen Nancy Carol Steelman Essay #2 September 19, 2006 It seems to me that if a person isn’t true to themselves, then they have nothing. Without that personal honesty, then we are living life as actors on a stage, simply doing and saying what we think we need they want to hear-not necessarily what we want to say. Without that personnel honesty to ourselves we are simply slaves to a society that wants nothing more than to exploits us. Like a Hollywood actor, it seems as if our roles in front of different people shift and change with time. We actors put on a façade for others so they can form the opinions we want them to form of us. Rarely is anyone ever completely genuine around varieties of people. It’s easy to tell the shift in the persona as a person’s vernacular changes. “Yes sir,” a man would say to a police officer, showing a sign of respect even if none existed. The man shows a sign of respect because it’s expected. Not saying it could result, seemingly, in further trouble. Vernacular also changes around people of the opposite sex. Rarely would a man speak to
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