Interpersonal Relations Chapter 2
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Date Created: 09/23/16
Chapter 2: Self Awareness Self Concept consists of: Social identity (interaction with others) Physical identity (comfort about body) Mental self (cognitive abilities) Emotional self (expression of feelings) Spiritual self (connection to something greater than yourself) Private self = individual perception of thoughts, fears, hopes, etc. Public self = what/how you present yourself in social settings Ideal self = how you would like to be Congruence = similarity between private, public, and ideal self Self-esteem = how you feel about yourself Develops from… social information/interaction, comparison, observation Narcissism = overinflated sense of self not supported by facts Perfectionism = desire to do everything right (self-doubt and fear) Awareness of self-criticism can help change thought patterns Improving self-esteem: Self acceptance Responsibility for life Stand up for yourself Live with a purpose Personal integrity (authenticity) Watch your “self-talk” Cognitive Restructuring: Thought distortions = negative and inaccurate thoughts o All-or-Nothing = Absolute thoughts o Overgeneralizations = never-ending pattern o Filtering = dwelling on negative, ignoring positive o Discounting Positives = positive qualities don’t count Internal locus of control = YOU control life events External locus of control = outside sources control life events Self disclosure = revealing information about yourself that others would not normally know Deliberate, significant, don’t know other person Self disclosure helps to clarify their own thoughts Social Penetration: Breadth = different things you talk about? Depth = how personal? Johari Window Open Self Blind Self Hidden Self Unknown Self Shadow self = parts of ourselves we prefer not to own Can impact behavior Can cause: exaggerated feelings, negative feedback, troubling interactions, exaggerated anger Masks = protection against what others think (difference between wearing a mask and playing a role)
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