3. History of Existentialism In one article , it gave a summary or mode of what existentialism is. It presented a brief description of what existentialism is according to different philosophers. Examples of the philosophers included are Sartre, Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Camus, and Jaspers. Existentialism here is accused as being a mere reflection of the mood of times, thus a characteristic of existentialism is its contemporaneity.
These methods are used by skilled teachers to facilitate personal growth rather than as prescriptions for caring the sick . Griffin (2002) defines interpersonal as the exchange of information between two or more people .During interpersonal communication there is message sending and message receiving . Interpersonal communication is the skill which one needs in order to communicate effectively with another person or a group of people William (2002).
Reading the first chapter about interpersonal process is very important. I had really enjoyed reading about how different people are and how the using social media, environment, and communication. I did not have no clue that their were be different inpersonal process that I have noticed after reading chapter one. The three terms I will be talking about in this journal is communication, environment, and social media. Reading this chapter made me realize that there are many things that you can learn from this chapter.
Introduction Existentialist is a philosophical view that focus on reality and what is real against what is imaginary. In this school of thought philosophical views are born with more focus about humans and their existence in comparison to things that might not exist or have never been proved scientifically to exist like ghost and spirits. Existentialism believes in the right to choose and this freedom of choice leads to reality of choosing something that exist. Finding the real meaning to our life is part of existentialism. With this initial introduction on existentialism we move and analyse its major strengths and weaknesses in the next few sections followed by what 's appealing and discouraging about Sartre 's point of view about existentialism.
The experience that they have in solving those problems will then develop their conflict resolution skills and self-regulation of emotion in themselves. These are important elements in developing the children’s social competence. Children learn to interact with other while regulating their emotions and thus helping them to be able to
From the qualities discussed in the article, this learner possesses qualities one and two. As seen quality one explains that effective therapists have a sophisticated set of interpersonal skills, including verbal fluency, interpersonal perception, affective modulation and expressiveness, warmth and acceptance, empathy and focus on other. I have displayed these characteristics in both my personal and work life and would like to say that these traits come naturally. In fact, I can recall as a child my mother acknowledging me for my warmth and acceptive personality. My mother would always say, “kay have never met a stranger”; which I knew she was only referring to my ability to connect and form relationships with others.
STAGES IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS A sense of trust, loyalty and commitment is essential in a relationship. While it takes time for a relationship to grow and pass the test of time, Maniaci & Reis (2010: 86) say, “Individuals need to trust and respect their partners to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts in relationship”. Discussing stages in an interpersonal relationship, these scholars identify two possibilities in a relationship: Possibility -
The ability to communicate clearly, listen well, cooperate with others, resist inappropriate social pressure, negotiate conflict constructively, and seek and offer help when needed. • Communication • Social engagement • Relationship-building • Teamwork 5. Responsible Decision-making: The ability to make constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions based on ethical standards, safety concerns, and social norms. The realistic evaluation of consequences of various actions, and a consideration of the well-being of oneself and others. • Identifying problems • Analyzing situations • Solving problems • Evaluating •
Existentialism is about life. Existentialists believe in living—and in fighting for life.” Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Jean-Paul Sartre are known as the outstanding founding fathers of Existentialism. All three were the philosophers who have shown quite a different way to people which they could follow, which then allowed the field of existentialism. Its actual purpose is to help people in finding their purpose in life that how can they grow properly. Existentialism in the field of literature has been so greatly portrayed thus it became the highly discussed theme.