Self-Esteem And Self Esteem

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The character traits are developed with children by identify with who they are known as self-concept and have self-worth known as self-esteem. Self-concept and self-esteem are improve through the learning of self-regulation. Self-regulation ensures the development of a good temperament to stimulation where effort can be applied to be conscious of different people and things. Self-regulation is the ability to hold back a dominant response in order to execute a nondominant response. In addition, self-regulation helps with an what is called “goodness of fit.” “Goodness of Fit” is a characterization of traits from developing temperament and environment that is favorable for an outcome by working together. The characterization aids the development of independence. Children’s thoughts, emotions, and behavior are more in turn with social structure with self-regulation because the children are able to stop unwanted…show more content…
Each individual has their own thermostat. Learning to respond to stimulate is an ongoing process because information changes around us daily. Therefore, the thermostats to human behavior must be adaptability and flexible. Furthermore, self-awareness the conscious knowledge of one’s own character, feelings, motives, and desires. Self-awareness bring the conscious awakening to building attitudes, beliefs, and values about self and environment. A positive self-regulation and self-awareness skills will promote a positive self-concept and self-esteem. Self-concept is the idea of self constructed from the beliefs one holds about oneself and the responses of others. Self-esteem is confidence in one’s own worth or abilities to self-respect. Self-esteem allows children to be assertive in response to their environment and self. The Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Model allows a breakdown of agents of socialization to be easily understood. Teachers and peer influence can help children
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