Being accountable for your actions not only makes you personally feel more matuature, it also makes you feel good about yourself in the long run which will strengthen your relationship with yourself. Being accountable may not feel good right away, especially if the consequences are negative, but eventually it will make you will realize why it is good for you. The book also states that if you are accountable to yourself, then “you don’t hold others responsible for positive or negative experiences” (Donatelle, Rebecca J. 2017) . If you hold others responsible, then you can start feel guilty which is going to affect your relationship with yourself negatively. After reading this, I now am going to think about this more when i’m in these situations.
After all, autonomy means that the patient is in charge of their own life and can make decisions for themselves. However, this argument did end up changing my viewpoint to an extent. By supporting his argument with the concept of a person’s wellbeing, the author causes me to believe that in some cases disregarding a patient’s wishes may be better for them. He does this by including the subjective and objective theories of wellbeing.
However, this particular personality test completed lack validity in its study and obtain several critiques on its reliability and validity. This test would not be the best choice of test to complete if used for personal inquiries. Though, one can gladly use this specific test for amusement or
Utilitarianism is different from Kantianism because it says that you can perform any action even if it provides some harm to others, but at the end it should provide maximum utility. But on the other end, Kantianism says that you need to treat everyone equal, no one less than the other. They both hold different views but they both are right in certain situations. Utilitarianism and Kantianism conflict in many situations. For example, you have a friend who’s pregnant, but she’s scared to tell her parents.
Not only can we benefit from trusting others, but we can avoid the cost of distrust. Not trusting others is an isolating action, and will add to stress in terms of the personal worry and anxiety about what the other people might achieve without
Close Boundaries can protect you from harmful situations and relationships, but it can also deprive you of amazing opportunities. ## Boundaries and Spiritual Development and Awakening As you progress in your spiritual development and awakening process, it is likely for your Boundaries to become more open. Being more open means that you are able to let in and accommodate more people in your heart with less judgement. This will allow more of the “good” to come in but also more of the “not so
Cultural norms provide a backbone of guidance for people in the society to know what is morally correct and morally wrong. These norms are formed through trial and error and they are generalized towards what is morally correct in various situations that occur in society. I believe that we do not have to ALWAYS follow these norms and “ride the wave”. In a situation, I strongly believe that although yes, norms do still matter and may still make sense, it should not always dictate what is realistically correct in a situation. Are there moments when you think your personal values contradict cultural norms?
Being happy is what make life worth living and no one wants to be angry, lonely, or hurt, but without the all other emotions, one does not truly experience all that life is. If a person only focuses on being happy, when those difficult or challenging moments occur, he or she will not be able to fully protect his or herself or be able to grow from experiences such as these. Even though happiness is the emotion that most people seek and want to feel, other emotions are just as crucial to the wellbeing of a person’s life because they can lead to better thinking and being more determined. Negative emotions can cause a person to process information more thoroughly as opposed to being in a happier, lighter state of mind. In her article, “ Don’t
Important concepts in psychodynamic approach to leadership include e.g. the family of origin, individuation, dependence and independence, regression and the shadow self. These concepts come from psychoanalysis and psychiatry and can sometimes be abstruse and not easily understood. That is the reason that there have been attempts to make psychodynamic theory more accessible. The psychodynamic approach emphasizes the idea that people gain their initial experiences with leadership from the day they are born. Under or over gratified at any stage the child may become fixated and this could affect adult behaviour.
We all want to feel like we made some sort of positive impact in this world, but sometimes we are uncertain of the type of impact we want to make. Explore exactly what gives you a sense of purpose (link is external) and how you want to pursue this purpose (link is external) to give your life a greater sense of meaning. 21. Build meaningful
As a healing a person my spiritual beliefs can be helpful to the LGBT communities in various ways. For example, it would help me examine my personal beliefs, and prejudices. It will also stretch me spiritually because I am not use to dealing with LGBT people. However I love and respect all people. The reason why I said it would stretch me spiritually is it forces me out of my comfort zone, and forces me to radically set up a competent structure or outline how to deal with all people beliefs and attitudes with the least amount of judgment.
Especially, the importance of loving others as if they were our self, a phrase commonly referred to as agape.10 Lewis also expressed how it is fine to dislike what another person does, but it is not ok to dislike the person.10 To make sense of this explanation, Lewis discussed how even if someone doesn’t enjoy certain qualities about themselves, at the end of the day they would still want what is best for them. When Lewis explained these views, my spiritual worldview was immensely enhanced as it allowed me to look at my faith from a different angle and understand the real meaning behind the phrase, “love others as if they were yourself”. In contrast, Freud talked about how believers have an image of God that reflects their parents and anyone who believes in God is living in a fairy-tale. However, when Nicholi organized a
4. Many people like to think that we are completely free beings and that everything we do is a result of a decision we made ourselves. However, not all of our actions are free; many of the things we do are influenced by something else and therefore become deterministic. For example, the morals and values we have influence us to behave a certain way. Some people may think that they chose to have those morals and values and therefore it was an act of free will; however, many of those things were dependent upon what their parents taught them was moral and valuable.
Choosing to do the right thing over and over again eventually makes it natural for the individual. It is also true that for a particular behavior to be moral, it has to exist in moderation. Consequently, while I may choose not to quit in the middle of a hotly contested race because I have developed the habit of being courageous if I suffer an injury to my head, and the doctors warned me against it, it would be reckless to