Essay On Self Identity

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Self-identity is defined as the recognition of one 's potential and qualities as an individual, especially in relation to social context. In other words, self-understanding. Finding self-identity is more more difficult for some people than others. In the autobiography, Black, White, and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self by Rebecca Walker, the author reflects on her identity as a mixed raced individual, which is illustrated through her recollections and reflections of past events. People define themselves in many different ways. For instance, some define themselves by their talents, hobbies, race, religion, color, gender, culture, sexual orientation, and/or age. What is your identity?
I am Jenna Gee, a sixteen-year-old female. I was
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For instance, during middle school, I found that I enjoy taking photos, painting, and creative writing. I have further explored my interests in art by experimenting in different areas such as digital art, ceramics, video production, and script writing. In addition, I found my love for athletics at a young age. Because my parents forced me into several sports, my love for volleyball and swim emerged. Volleyball and swim have given me many meaningful relationships, whether it be with teachers, coaches, or teammates. It is no question that the results of my self-actualizations that motives that aided me to move further in life. One of the important enzymes that drove me to complete my goals were self-motivation. My self-motivation was further driven by the image of the end result that. Another factor that helped me to complete my goals was a desire for approval from others and longing for success.
Self-identity can be changing at all times. As individuals gain knowledge, their perspectives on life change and transform into new realizations that result in new outlooks that may cause their values and beliefs to change. If an individual is at peace with full understanding of self-identity, their life would not have much meaning. For instance, if every human knew exactly who they were, then there would be little to no room for self-discovery and growth. I do believe some individuals have a strong sense of who they are, but humans are always reshaping themselves in some
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