We owe it to the people we communicate with on a daily basis to be truthful. By doing so, you are not only letting people know that as a person you are credible, but you also feel much better about yourself. Lies and deceit always come back to haunt you. Its best to be honest in every situation. It sounds a bit scary, but it’s freeing.
11 Humans seem to make the same immediate connection between the tone of voice and other vocal expressions and inner feeling. Recognitions that are both accurate and tolerable are central features of empathy. 12 Empathy necessarily has a "more or less" quality. The paradigm case of an empathic interaction, however, involves a person communicating an accurate recognition of the significance of another person's ongoing intentional actions, associated emotional states, and personal characteristics in a manner that the recognized person can tolerate. Empathy is a selfless act that enables us to learn more about people and relationships with people - it is a desirable skill beneficial to ourselves, others and society.
Despite some qualms I have with the way I was raised, it did instill a sound appreciation for how important it is to have an understanding and positive interpersonal relationships. My parents, and other significant others in my life such as my husband and close friends, all played important parts in the development of my self-concept and perception. They helped me to have a realistic perception of myself with realistic expectations, and to find the drive to change a distorted and obsolete
The client will have healthy self-love and an understanding of one’s true self required kindness (Boontarika Narknisorn 2012). The clients view themselves as people who can commit errors (Boontarika Narknisorn 2012). This kindness can lead to letting go, flexibility and forgiveness. Since they have kindness, they actually can express kindness to other and this will allow the client to accept themselves and become brave (Boontarika Narknisorn 2012). For example, they do not simply blame others when get angry in their
INTRODUCTION I have set up the attached question are for my friends and colleagues to find out how they see my strengths and weaknesses in my role as Relationship manager. I have also used my Enneagram assessment to find out what my strengths and positive qualities are, as well as my weaknesses and challenges. I am going to focus on: • How I will use my strengths to assist me in overcoming my current challenges • What behaviours support me in my capacity to harness my strengths • I have to acknowledge my good qualities • What happens when I apply my strengths in an unhealthy way? ARGUMENTS 1. Enneagram: Strengths: • I am very conscientious and when I say yes to a task, I will take responsibility and see it through to the end • When I delegate, I will be precise and detailed in my instructions, and provide clear guidelines and goals to others.
It’s just a matter of time, it is also important to understand that all client do not react the same way, so in a way it can be helpful to be direct, but it can also be a train of the client’s progress in treatment. Giving feedback is important especially I the early stages because therapists can use this to develop rapport with their clients. Rapport is essential to establish a good therapeutic relationship. From reading Hill, I have concluded that everything runs together similar to
She said honesty is the ability to look at life fairly and except her own shortcomings. By doing this she will be able to see people as they really are and be able to except them. She also wants to be honest with herself and except her own weaknesses, which sounds like a big challenge. I have often heard that a person’s biggest critic is themselves. By accepting yourself you can grow and gain self-confidence.
Knowing how gratitude can affect you, and how your actions of gratitude can affect others has helped me to know myself better, but can also act as a key insight to everyone appreciating the world around us. To begin, the importance of seeing how gratitude affects you personally is key. Looking
However, it does feel it is clear to me. Not everything is people's fault in some cases it is yours. I learn it the hard way since I like making new friends to get to know them better and a standard standing where you will not be hated in anyways. After this chapter it is clear to me I can change the way I act, so I will be appreciated. It is just to hard for me to change how I act since I am adapted to the way I am.
Myself Self-awareness is defined as a conscious knowledge of one’s own character. It is difficult to be conscious of ourselves because we could encounter a painful process. Being self-aware is an essential element to prepare ourselves to encounter clients' personal matters, attitudes, and thoughts. Knowing my strengths and weaknesses helps me in my professional development. Being self-aware also helps me to be prepared ahead of time, and not let it become a barrier in helping others.
Being an Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, and intuition means many things, most of which describe me well. Since I am an Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, and intuition, I am a conscientious helper, and sensitive to other people 's needs. I also value loyalty and tradition and make my family and friends a top priority. I should value others feeling and always think about others first. Some more traits I have are that I am the good thinker, I always try to be logical and punctual, I am energized by social activities, and need others approval before I make decisions.
I 'm compatible with ISTP and INTP. I like expressing my feelings to rather they are good or bad, introverts need time to be alone at times to gather their thoughts. We think differently as a Senor I want specific information and an Intuitive will find many ways answer a question. (Kroger& Rutledge). This is something that I will have to work on.
The myer-briggs assessment was fairly accurate and taught me many things I did not know about myself. I was very surprised to read how detailed each trait was described and how it fit my personality in real life. I could relate to many things mentioned about the people with ISFJ personalities. I learned that although I am an introvert, I can connect well with other people much better than other introverts. The type of friend I am considered to be is very loyal and although I may be closed off and protective in the beginning after I can trust you I can be a very trustworthy.
For example in the workforce if i am communicative to customers they will most likely feel welcomed and appreciated. If i am commutative with my family they can understand me and help me if i need any help. I now know what my strengths are and I am going to keep them up. Although I also have weaknesses I now know how to strengthen them in order to progress in life.
As I, learn new skills and experiences I hope to gain more confidence in knowing that what I have done in caring for a patient, that I will be confident in knowing it was the right thing to do. I must remember that even though I always try to do my best, I am human, and I am not perfect. If something does not go as expected, I will examine the situation, and try to learn from it. To know that I have helped someone in time of need is a big reward for me. Knowing that I made a difference and contributed to society in some way makes me