The sensation of being somebody :[ Books ] Published by : Zondervan, (Grand Rapids, Mich. :) Physical details: 251 p. ; 23 cm. Year: 1975 Item type: Books
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
PART I. What are we:
1. The illusive image called self.
2. More biased than we think.
3. Take a good look at yourself.
4. Three feelings blend together.
5. Important abilities and reactions.
PART II. How we became what we are:
6. First feelings of self-awareness.
7. Early beginnings of self-concept.
8. Parental discipline critically affects self-concept.
9. Cultivating autonomy strengthens self-concept.
10. Sex-role development completes self-concept.
11. False security factors in self-concept.
PART III. What we can become:
12.Stable premise for a secure self-concept.
13. Permeate the relative with the absolute.
14. Reorient self-concept to the absolute.
15. Find new meaning in personal relationships.
16. Attend to your negative tendencies.
17. Revoke the undertow of selfism.
18. Perfect your new self-concept.
19. Manifest and adequate self-concept.
20. Hope for experiencing your ultimate self.