In the society we live in today, it can be trialing to be authentic, to be you. Authenticity is a practice; it’s something we must work at. However, along the way we can be found hiding our true authentic selves behind an image that pleases others. The media and society create specific images that we feel compelled to live up to. It then diminishes our authenticity— being real.
People are very different in what they are, and what they want. Those same differences pull humans together, proving that to the core, humans are not so distinct. People are driven to satiate the need to fit in, and due to this necessity, they assign values to those things that make you valuable in someone’s circle. Time and time again, society shows that they would go to great lengths to attain the value, regardless of cost. That pursuit is not a new thing, remnants from the past show that these customs live deeply ingrained in our way of thinking.
This could be helpful at times, however, civilization might use it for several wrong intentions. “Our focus is our future, and what we focus on will multiply in our life”(DeNotaris). To sum it down, people might be used to the world just viewing things one way or how every person sees it. That is how Affirmative Action kind-of works. It is necessary for humans to snap out this habit because centralizing on something that does not matter is “redirecting your focus” and gravitizing your attention to things that are not essential.
Even if you answer to ‘why not’ becomes ‘because I am you parent’; that will do for now. The action to say no, to disappoint not only develops the ability to delay gratification, it fosters a sense of resilience. We want our children to get up and carry on no matter how many times life is unfair. If we give into them every time they demand something you are denying them the opportunity to grow and become powerful
In the newer generation, cyberbullying is developed in serious issues due to all of the negative actions towards others. In today 's culture, people strive to make society happy by meeting the society’s standards rather than doing what is best for
Everyone has their own beliefs, values, and cultures. But let’s be honest, do we all respect other cultures and values? It is essential to think if you haven’t ever challenged someone else’s value and became desperate upon proving how you are right and others are wrong. Individual’s values and beliefs create cultural relativism which blinds and limits what they can accept. Cultural relativism causes exclusionary tendency which is a quickest route to being prejudiced.
We create divisions based on these differences, and the primary purpose of these changes, which is to highlight humanity’s uniqueness are taken as cause to dispute. It is heartbreaking knowing that we no longer define ourselves as human, but by our differences, thereby losing our humanity in the process. Diversity is a gift that our society is blessed with. Our differences make us all unique and exceptional. As humans, it is essential for all of us to be united despite our dissimilarities and cherish these
They need to practice respect towards you first before they can practice it towards other people. Your kids need to have respect for you, for peers, for people of authority, and even for themselves. You send your kids to the best schools because you believe it will build their sense of respect. What you should be thinking is your children should learn respect from you. Unless they learn respect from you, they will not show
The upbringing given by the parents as well as lessons are taught by the parents only decide the child’s future. It totally depends parent’s choices as well, if they choose a better thing for their children than their children’s future will be definitely going to be
Self-concept This assumption refers to adults believing they are in control and responsible for their lives; they prefer to be treated and viewed as independent, self-directed and capable. Adults typically want to choose what they want to learn, when they want to learn it, and how they want to learn. When I first started my undergraduate program, my mother used to do everything for me; so being away from her was hard. Over time, I had to learn how to be more responsible and figure out started situations on my own. It became a point in time where I would try to seek advice from my mother, but she would tell me to do what you think is best.