Chapter 08 - Chapter 08 Self-esteem attitudes about...

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Chapter 08 Self-esteem – attitudes about ourselves (negative or positive) Some depends on early interactions with caregivers. Interpersonal trust – others are reliable on dependent Attachment – trust or security that we have with that bond Affection bond – “non-changeable bond” Example – parents or sibling Attachments Secure: trust others, high self esteem Fearful: low trust, low self esteem Preoccupied: high trust, low self esteem Dismissing: high self esteem, low trust Sibling Relationships 80% have at least one sibling Rivalry and Fondness – aid in friendships with peers Teaches “cooperation and sharing” If conflict occurs in adolescence and unresolved between siblings – friendship will decline Friendships Males – looking for shared interest Love Two theories of love 1. Love is nothing but jealousy and lust 2. Triangular theory of love Intimacy: warm, closeness, sharing Passion: positive/negative emotions “sexual activity”
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