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Utilize Everything, Take Risk, Don’t Settle, Practice over Perfection & Words of Thanks

Principle: Utilize Everything & Take more Risk In changing behaviour, there will be an element of uncertainty and challenge involved in going outside of the ranges of how I normally act (my comfort zone/safe haven). This visceral feeling of tension … Continue reading

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Self-Verification & Self-Enhancement

Self-Verification: the re-enforcing nature of beliefs With the concepts in our minds, we create beliefs about the world. More specifically, with the concepts in our self-schema, we form beliefs about ourselves. Like I stated earlier, concepts and schemas determine what … Continue reading

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Mood Alterations & Addiction

Where there is emotional pain, addiction tends to follow The repression of emotions does not go without sacrifice; with it a degree of capacity for positive emotion is lost as well. Deep down, below the level of consciousness, the child … Continue reading

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The Downside of Validity

The downside of validity Earlier in this Part I, it was stated that: ‚Äústatements, in order to be valid and scientific, have to approximate social reality as closely as possible. This means that the words and sentences of scientific text … Continue reading

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