Living in society, everyone’s live is full of challenge and much considering their psychological weakness nowadays. Recalling my memory until now, there was a serous psychological weakness in my life which is low self-esteem. Reviewing my life, causes and resolution can be found. Interpreting the causes of low self-esteem, self-esteem should be defined. It means sense of self-worth or personal value which is used for measuring how much people like and admire themselves.
Negative body image indicates that a person is dissatisfied with his body shape and feels uncomfortable with his body. Body image can be measured by questionnaires and surveys the results of which show the rate at which the person is satisfied with his body. Body image is important as negative body image is linked with low self esteem that can lead to psychological problems and in many cases to eating disorders or/and depression. (https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/what-body-image) Studies have shown that magazines can shape how women
People surrounding a depressed person have a huge influence on how the victim could cope up with the situation, some people tend to have high expectations and sometimes they would pressure the victim, which can make the victim even more depressed. Though, depression can also be the effect of puberty, such as hormonal changes and such. Peer pressure and parents/teachers forcing the teen to have higher grades causes stress in general and adds up to cause depression. Having a rough or traumatic childhood can also cause depression, such as physical and verbal abuse from a parent or someone close to the victim. Depressed teens feel like they 're lonely and no one understands them.
This concept is based on the social-cognitive theory of gender development and differentiation (Bussey & Bandura, 1999), specifically the socio-cognitive modes of influence: modeling, enactive experience, and direct tuition. Through the exemplified modeling of parents and peers regarding gender-typed behavior, a great gender-related information is cognitively processed to an individual. Then by this processed information, they can develop gender orientations by observing the positive and negative consequences accompanying different patterns of behaviors, as an individual rely on their good judgment whether to do what was taught them or not. Finally, as they learn from modeling, and the new information undergone a cognitive process, they will now exhibit the learned model behaviour and knowledge on their selves and with their environment. In this regard, through modeling and socialization, gender-linked information is cognitively processed to an individual.
Introduction According to Case Study1, Ken suffers from the problems among intra- and interpersonal competencies. After analyzing the case study, Ken is possible get low self-esteem, lack of communication with family, feels alone and stressed. Problems are illustrated below. There are suggestions to solve his problem. Content First of all, Ken gets low self-esteem.
More often, parents forget that children learn by observing and that for them, our actions speak louder than our words. The magic words "Thank you" When you teach your child to say: Thank you, when this simple word becomes part of his daily vocabulary, they will learn to pay attention to the hard work that other people invest in mutual communication. This way you teach your child to appreciate others' efforts. This is especially good for your children. This short phrase is the foundation in building an optimistic attitude man whose glass is always half full.
Some of these possibilities include increase risk of disobedience, impulsiveness, and difficulty getting along with peers (Moore et al., 2009). So, youth are more likely to be antisocial and display few positive behaviors versus their non-impoverished peers. One study found that poverty that is long term is correlated with inner feelings such as anxiety, dependence and unhappiness, while poverty that is more present is correlated with acting out, disobedience and aggression (Moore et al.,
Numerous prospective studies of children, adolescents, and young adults with high self-esteem have predicted positive outcomes for a wide range of behaviors, whereas similar prospective studies of low-self-esteem children, adolescents, and young adults suggest that low self-esteem increases susceptibility to a wide range of negative or problematic outcomes, such as depression, eating disorders, teenage pregnancy, victimization, forming and maintain close relationships, participation in antisocial behaviors, substance abuse, suicide ideation, and attempted suicide. Additionally, there are many
Research proposal Introduction Many teens these days suffer from a low self-esteem and a bad self-image. Self-image can be defined as the self-worth or the perception an individual has of themselves. In my research, I will be assessing three possible causes of low self-esteem, namely:1) The influence of media; 2) being around self-confident people; and 3) being around insecure people, and which of these has the greatest effect on teenagers. Low self esteem according to Dictionary.com is also referred to as ‘inferiority complex’; feeling of inadequacy, insecurity, and lack of self-confidence. Thesis/topic What influences teenage insecurities more; Media or the people around you and their self-image?
Negative Indicators – low self – esteem Based on my own clinical observation, I have found the following traits to be associated with teenagers who have low self - esteem. • Puts down others by teasing, name calling or gossiping • Uses gestures that are dramatic or out of context • Engages in inappropriate touching or avoids physical contact • Gives excuses for failures • Brags excessively about achievements, skills and appearance (personal fable) • Verbally puts self – down; self depreciation • Speaks too loudly, abruptly or in a dogmatic tone. • Float around from peer group to peer group trying to find a place to “fit in” • Some become loners and speed all day shut up in his or her room • Can become addicted to social media • Are vulnerable to unhealthy peer groups • Often change clothes and hairstyles as an attempt to find him or herself Needless to say, teenagers with high self – esteem tend to have a healthy, true sense of self. Teenagers with a healthy sense of self who have high self – esteem tend to • Tell the truth about his accomplishments in life. • Realistically understands his strengths and limitations • Feels secure in making his own decisions about his style of clothing and what groups to join.