Discussion Individual relationships and connections with others can be a source of enjoyment and support. They help people to feel they belong and have a part to play in society. People who feel socially connected contribute towards building communities and society. Social connectedness has been shown to be associated with good health, low crime, higher educational achievement, economic growth, and other positive benefits (Capon & Blakely, 2007). High levels of social connectedness are thought to promote better health and psychological wellbeing (Giordano & Lindstorm, 2010).
1. How can you tell if a relationship is healthy? What are the most important characteristics of a healthy relationship? One can tell that a relationship is healthy where there is mutual respect regarding time, ideas, religion, work schedules and family. Communication is also essential to achieve a healthy relationship to be able to express your feelings and opinions to each other, to work with difficulties and misunderstanding.
the person is no longer in a negative situation where they are being emotionally abused. Self-esteem and self-image can also be improved further by being surrounded by positive people. After going through difficult times, it is common to have better and stronger relationships with those who have helped. To heal and move on, a person relies strongly on social support from friends and family. With good social support from friends and family, a victim is able to accept being a victim and live their live with more resilience, better self-confidence and stronger relationships.
Persistence: Finishing what is started, determined in a course of action instead of obstacles. Integrity: Presenting yourself in a genuine way; taking responsibility for one's feeling and actions. Vitality: Approaching life with excitement and energy; feeling alive and activated. Strengths Of Humanity These are interpersonal strengths that involve social skills and making friends. Love: Valuing close relations with others, in particular those in which sharing and caring are reciprocated.
Self-concept means how you see yourself. It can be positive or negative. A positive self-concept means that you like and respect yourself. This means that you are beginning to know what you like and dislike. It also means that you stand up for your rights and what you think is important.
However, providing corrective feedback as a response to mistakes or poor performance it`s more a supportive rather than a controlling manner. The result shows increased levels of intrinsic motivation and positive affect and performance. (Weider,2015) Moreover, the two main benefits from feedback are to motivate and to instruct. Motivational feedback facilitates performance by enhancing confidence, inspiring greater effort and creating a positive mood. Expressions such as “You can do it”, “Hang in there”, or “Get tough”, are a just some examples.
Another significant positive outcome could be improved mental and physical health. As demonstrated above, but challenging my perception of the situation and by successful solving and working through the stressful situation I am improving my mental health as well as preparing it for future stressful situations (Schriffin & Nelson, 2010). Physical activity has often been a primary factor is coping with stress thus, improving an individual’s health (Hartfield, Havenhand, Khalsa, Clark & Krayer,
Having morals are the freewill of having the choice to do the right or wrong actions. Ethics, values and morals come with principals. My principals that I live by and I feel will help me succeed in life are positivity, preparation, determination, faith and the focus on growth. Being a positive person and doing positive things will tell a lot about what kind of person you are. Surrounding yourself with positive energy as well, such as the people you associate yourself with and their intentions for themselves.
A key concept of Person-centered therapy is trust towards individuals ' ability to work in a beneficial way for self-fullfillment and autonomy, if current conditions provoke this self-growth process. This particular directional process towards “self-maturity” is formally defined as “actualizing tendency”; which for me is a quite inspiring and positive view that holds the belief that people have an inner capacity of self-healing and replenishing possible maladjustment without implying a movement away from interpersonal relationships and interdependence (Broadley, 1999). Personal thoughts of mine reflect the same point of view; one can heal himself/herself and realize his/her self-fulling life goals if there is qualitative time and qualitative thinking and try in his/her life. Firstly, by replenishing facades and progressively, by dealing with his 'her dysfunctional and “unwanted” emotions and behaviors. With the same perspective, PCT therapy relies on the assumption that people are already aware of the factors in their lives that makes them unhappy.
Relative mastery is the perception of performance by the person who faced the occupational challenge. In other words, it is a self-evaluation that helps that person determine if his/her outcome was efficient, effective and satisfying to them. If the person achieves these three key elements, then they have the ability to utilize the same tools when faced with another occupational challenge. In the long run, this promotes individual, community, and population health, as stated in the Philosophy of