Self Concept Essay
There is a lot of things that I have learned about myself in the past few weeks of this course. I have learned many things about myself that I would have never known if it was not for this course. I have learned about my; self concept, attitudes and feelings. I have also learned about social influence, group dynamics and relationships. I learned about myself and how to describe the way that I am and the way that I think.
I have learned that I am a creative and compassionate. I am a creative person because I enjoy activities that allow m to put things together. I like to let my imagination run and make things look more exciting I also think that I am a very good listener which makes me a very compassionate person. I try to help anyone that may need my help without expecting anything in return. Even though I do not have much, I like to extend my hand and try to help others when they are in need. I try to put myself in the shoes of the people who are suffering and try to support them in any way, I try to treat people the way I would want to be treated if I were in their shoes. I try to offer my help to people whenever I know they need it, without waiting to be asked for help. I am willing to sacrifice many things for my family, friends or anyone who I might be able to help. I have learned that when something negative happens I usually blame someone else. Although it often doesn’t take significant amount of time before I realize that I could have changed the outcome of what happened. When something good or positive happens in my life, I give full credit to myself and sometimes fail to thanks those that helped me and guided me. Self-fulfilling prophecy plays a major part of my life. After 24 years I am able to tell what my feelings or reaction to a situation will be, before it happens. Abraham Lincoln said “When I feel good, I do good.” I also have believed in this statement for a few years now, and I think it directly correlates with the...
Cited: Adler, Ronald B. Rodman, George. Understanding Human Communication
Tenth Edition. New York Oxford UP. 2009
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