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other people may use when communicating. These cues will reveal to me how other people trulyfeel, how their emotional responses change from time to time, and what is genuinely valuable tothem. When individuals send out related nonverbal cues, i can read and comprehend the group'spower relations and shared emotional responses. In a nutshell, this will make me sympathetic andsocially at ease. The fourth step I can take is by working with others and ensuring that I am ableto recognize what they are feeling and going through. This will help me in building moreefficient, productive, and satisfying, which I am weak at.Self-esteem
Self-Change9We cannot talk of self-change without dealing with the issue of self-esteem. The term"self-esteem" refers to an individual's overall qualitative sense of personal value or significance.In other phrases, self-esteem can be described as how much one likes and appreciates themselvesirrespective of their situation. Self-regard, self-worth, and self-respect are other phrases that arefrequently used synonymously with self-esteem. Several factors influence one's self-esteem,including Self-confidence, feeling of safety, identity, feeling of belonging, a sense of expertise.Self-esteem is essential since it affects one decision-making, friendships, mental well-being, andwhole well-being. It also has an impact on creativity because people who have a healthy, positiveself-image comprehend their potential and maybe influenced to take on new issues (Burns1993).People who have a positive self-image; have a clear grasp of their abilities, and since they have agood relationship with themselves, they can establish good relationships with those around them.They have feasible and suitable anticipations about themselves and their capacities. They cancomprehend and are able to articulate their requirements. Individuals who have low self-esteemare less confident in their capacities and may question their decision-making methods. They maybe unmotivated to try new things since they do not genuinely think they are capable of achievingtheir objectives. People who have low self-esteem may struggle with relationships and conveyingtheir wants. They may also have low self-esteem and think they are unlovable and unworthy.Also, individuals with excessive self-esteem may exaggerate their capability and believe they areentitled to success even if they lack the necessary skills. Since they are concentrated on viewingthemselves as perfect, they may find it difficult to deal with relationship issues and avoid self-improvement (Battle 1992). There are numerous variables that can have an impact on one's self-esteem. The following factors may have an impact on one self-esteem: Age, disability, geneticdiseases, physical prowess, social class, and trends of thought. Negative stereotypes and
Self-Change10discrimination have also been linked to lower self-esteem. Furthermore, genetic factors thatcontribute to a person's behavior can play a role, but life lessons are considered to be the mostcritical element.

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Term
Fall
Professor
PLAGWITZ
Tags
Psychology, Feeling

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