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N. Yagelis PichardoPsy216 Psychology of Personality5-2 Journal: Phenomenological ConceptsJune 10, 2018How much congruence do you think there is between your actual, ideal, and ought selves?How does this affect how you think, feel, and act?I do not believe that there is congruence of my actual, ideal, and ought self because as humanbeings we will never be exactly what we want ourselves to be and will never be what otherpeople want us to be. I have always been an individual that has never cared what others think orfeel towards me based on certain things. I do not seek acceptance from people as to whom I amand my actions. When you concentrate so much on what others think about you it changes yourattitude and affects your daily mentality. My actions are meant for my own satisfaction and not toplease others. I will always be considerate of other’s feelings to not hurt them intentionally, but Istand on my own actions and believe in myself. Those who truly know me will say that peoplecan at times take advantage of me because I tend to give without expecting something in return.
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Psychology,Qualitative Research,Thought,Concepts in metaphysics