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Heidi Zimmermann – Psy 216 1 Heidi Zimmermann – Psy 216 Module 5 Journal I think there is a significant amount of congruence between your actual, ideal and ought self. Rogers “recognizes that our views of ourselves contain two distinct components: the self that we believe we are now and the self that we ideally see ourselves becoming in the future” (Cervone & Pervin, 2016 p.150). Because we think of ourselves in an ideal state, we think about how we need to act, feel and think to achieve that ideal state. If there was no congruence between the actual, ideal and ought self, one’s actions, feelings and thoughts to would most likely be different. I find Rogers concepts on self, self-actualization, unconditional positive regard more realistic then some of Freud’s work. By no means am I implying that Freud’s work was not important nor does it not hold any value. Rogers’ concept of self being defined as “organized set
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