Self in Interpersonal Communication (Self Esteem (Nourishing People…
Self in Interpersonal Communication
Comparisons With Others
Comparing yourself to others to see how you match up to them to see where you stand.
Others' Images of you
The way you make yourself look and the way you act and perceive yourself.
You look at yourself through how other people treat and act towards you.
Your reaction to your own behavior and how you perceive it.
Everything in your life shapes your self concept. From social media, teachers, parents to those whom you hang out with,
Represents all the things others know about you but you do not know about yourself.
Everything you know about yourself but others do not know about you.
All of the concepts about yourself: Your attitude, behavior, feelings, desires, and motives.
Everything that you nor do others know about you.
Tendency to disregard signs of successes that you have done. You feel like you are a fraud and don't deserve to be successful
People who only criticize and look for faults in your work.
Kind and always looking to help when they can. Positive and optimistic.
Self Destructive Beliefs
Negative thoughts about yourself that make it harder for you to reach your goals.
People like attempting the impossible and trying to make it possible. But it always ends up in failure. Reducing there self-esteem.
Attempting projects that you can succeed at will increase self-esteem and make the next project easier to succeed.
Remind Yourself of your Successes
Focusing on your failures can be a good thing. Focusing on how you can do better can do you some good. But focusing on your failures too much can limit your self-esteem. Focus on your successes and victories to remind yourself how good you actually are.