Even though our responses seem painful and confusing, there are sound reasons for each stage. Change Levels There are different levels of change. The more the required levels of change the harder the transition. In a conceptual framework from Neuro-Linguistic Programming popularised by Robert Dilts, we have the idea of Neurological Change
When this bias is taught with a vigorous passion it can trickle down and cause a person to carry these heavy emotions and act in a certain type of way because of their predisposed ideas and knowledge of that person, situation, or idea. Which ultimately leads to making a person feeling invisible. In conclusion, this gallery visit has shown me how much our biological perspective influences us. It influences our conscious and unconscious actions, thoughts and feeling and it in return can cause us to act aggressively towards thing, ideas or even people who don’t fit in with the standards in our minds which can finally create a much larger issue than people can handle which finally can cause more pain to other than we
Negativity can hurt your health. A study shows that if you are too negative, the psychological consequences can lead to deep trauma (Pruitt and Rubin). Negative thoughts can hurt you and the people around you. Future generations can carry your conflict around with them. “Chosen trauma” can be transmitted to future generations in the form of resentment against one’s ancestor’s enemies (Pruitt and Rubin).
The environment in which an individual grows up in can affect life greatly. Our surroundings influence one’s personality, self-expression, and individuality, otherwise known as identity. Finding one’s true self is the most grueling stage of life and expectations of family and society make the process even harder. One’s true identity can sometimes clash with hopes of others, thus breaking tradition and/or family ties. Pressure to change will always be present, but staying true to uniqueness will prevail.
In that study, a participant that had eventually conformed stated that he was wrong and that the rest of the people were right which can be seen as the individual doubting himself. Based on that statement from the participant, another reward is that conforming can protect oneself from doubting themselves and can lead to confidence. In figure 3.3 of Opinions and Social Pressures, there are a series of photos associated with the experiment being performed. In the figure, the outlier of the group is described as distraught and under stress; “he shows the strain of repeatedly disagreeing”. In this instance, conforming can lead to prevention of straining one’s self and the prevention of being under stress and being distraught.
It explains that harsh reality that life is not bliss and other people work against you all the time, even those you love. Everyone knows what it feels like to fear what others may think of you, to fear the judgment. It is more difficult if the fear is from someone who one should be able to trust. “Fearing the chronic angers” (41), that judgment brings and fuels society. Along with the judgment, society begins to treat others different for having those fears.
However, it clearly differs from the above papers because it shows, first, that, under condition, uncertainty does not prevent the formation of a socially optimal care level. This is the case under a strict liability regime. Second, strict liability and negligence can only be compared under special conditions. In our model, enforcing a liability regime rather than another one has a strong influence on the injurers’ behavior. We show that implementing negligence involves allocating to the Court a higher status than under strict liability.
People are becoming more conditioned to check their media accounts. Conditioning is “a process of changing behavior by rewarding or punishing a subject each time an action is performed until the subject associates the action with pleasure or distress.” (http://www.dictionary.com/browse/conditioning?s=t) According to Pavlov and John Watson, everyone could be and is conditioned. If the conditioning of a person happens everyday. Media has ruined many lives because society is
Shame, vulnerability, Empathy, and Blaming are all signs we are unsecure with ourselves and that we are afraid to grow and expand being who we are. All these feelings and actions take a toll on our interpersonal relationship and our perceived self without us even knowing, this changes our self-worth our confidence how we show ourselves to the world. Not only do all these take toll on our mental health but also on or physical action. Let’s look at shame vulnerability empathy and blaming a little more. Shame comes in many forms depending on the person, everyone handles it differently.
Crisis disrupts regular daily routines and requires the routines to be re-organised (Palen, Vieweg, Liu, & Hughes, 2009). Crisis can “endanger the health or the environment, or seriously impact reputation or ability to do business” (Jaques, 2014, p.9). This will create emotional and cognitive disequilibrium which requires the individual to seek for the answer and make senses of the many answers among the changed