Characteristics of Self

Characteristics of Self - Flexible and changing perception...

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Characteristics of Self-Actualizers Continued freshness of appreciation Fellowship with humanity Profound interpersonal relationships Comfort with solitude Non-hostile sense of humor Peak experiences Positive Psychology (Seligman, 2003) Scientifically studies positive personality traits that contribute to happiness and well-being Positive Personality Traits All of these contribute to well-being and to life satisfaction Wisdom and knowledge Courage Humanity Justice Temperance Transcendence Carl Rogers’ Self Theory Rogers emphasizes the capacity for inner peace and happiness Fully Functioning Person: Lives in harmony with his/her deepest feelings and impulses Self:
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Unformatted text preview: Flexible and changing perception of ones identity Self-Image: Total subjective perception of your body and personality Carl Rogers Self Theory Incongruence: Exists when there is a discrepancy between ones experiences and self-image Ideal Self: Idealized image of oneself (the person one would like to be) More Rogerian Concepts Conditions of Worth: Internal standards of evaluation Positive Self-Regard: Thinking of oneself as a good, lovable, worthwhile person Organismic Valuing: Natural, undistorted, full-body reaction to an experience Unconditional Positive Regard: Unshakable love and approval...
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