Self-concept: Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Caring Person

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A Tender and Kind Person

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” ~ Dr. Seuss (The Lorax). Whenever I come across this quote, the first thing that always comes to my mind is how important it is to love and care for others. Communication plays an important role in accepting this characteristic of mine because those individuals who know me well can personally tell me that I’m a very loving, caring and respectful person. By this, I’m completely being conscious of the necessities or the ups and downs of others. I accepted this characteristic when I was blessed with two great parents who taught me to have moral values in my life, in order to be able to understand certain things and from enabling myself between what’s right from wrong. Moral values have channeled my life minute by minute headed for honorable goals, rather than my life being controlled by self-serving motives, customs, unintentional occurrences, bad practices, impulses or emotions. Being a considerate and compassionate person has demonstrated to me that indeed caring motivates others in so many levels during the course of their life’s. Immediate gratitude, for example, is the first thing that I’ve noticed about myself when caring for another person. Being a caring person is important in shaping myself as a communicator because when I have an attitude of gratitude, I start becoming more of an optimistic person which surely gives others a sense of reassurance in order to make the desirable changes in their lives! I too feel the same way when others take the time to ask me how I am. This makes me feel respected, valued and happy as well. I’ve had friends in the past who’ve called me when their feeling down, asking for advice regarding concerns leading into relationships. I generally ask them “what activities do you two enjoy doing that...
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