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CLP1006 Chapter 4

CLP1006 Chapter 4: Learning to Accept Yourself

Your paradigm about yourself Self-Concept
How you judge and evaluate yourself based on this paradigm Self-esteem
Carl Rogers distinguished between Real self and Ideal self
The person you feel you should be Ideal Self
The person you feel you actually are Real Self
The discrepancy between Real self and Ideal self is a measure of your self-esteem
A universal concept of self-esteem should include Self-liking and Self-competence
a sense of social worth Self-liking
a sense of personal efficacy Self-competence
Contingencies of self-worth Having multiple sources is more effective than a single source
The Pathological Critic #1 A negative inner voice that attacks and judges you
The Pathological Critic #2 A misguided critic or coach
The Pathological Critic #3 Rewards and reinforcement are more effective ways to learn
The Six Core Virtues #1 Wisdom and Knowledge
The Six Core Virtues #2 Courage
The Six Core Virtues #3 Love and Humanity
The Six Core Virtues #4 Justice
The Six Core Virtues #5 Temperance
The Six Core Virtues #6 Spirituality and Transcendence
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