You would fear that when left alone you would have to take care of yourself. People that have this disorder tend to lack self-confidence and rely on others for the help of small decisions. With dependent personality disorders you also tend to fear disapproval. People with this disorder tolerant poor and abusive treatment and they do not say or do anything about it. They feel like they have no other option.
• Ability to say no: If you to want to be successful learn to say no where it`s necessary, without feeling guilty, setting boundaries is healthy. You have to learn respecting and taking care of yourself. Issues related to the topic (SELF ESTEEM): • Low self-esteem: A person with low self esteem feels he is not confident enough, incapable of doing the tasks, and incompetent (don`t have proper understanding of who he is). If the person is less confident he is going to feel poor and lonely every time. These feelings may actually lead that person into break down.
They always view the world from a simple mirror and not a complex microscope like people with low self-esteem does. People with high self-esteem always handle mistakes and failures as part of the learning process unlike their counterparts who whack themselves in the head for making mistakes. If you are complaining of life being burdensome and difficult, check your self-esteem it will point you to the
Extraversion that characterises people who are talkative, sociable, assertive and energetic. People who are highly in extroversion are sociable, outspoken, adventurous that show the positive towards the teamwork while lowly on extroversion are feel embarrassed, passive, quiet in anytime and less communication with others (Seibert and Kraimer 2001). When team members are in extroversion which may bring positive to the group work because less conflict will occur, everyone participate the group work without solo and the most important thing is teammate’s willing to focus on the tasks given by the organisation. Harmful performance will occur without teammates talkative, quiet and not active in every discussion. It could conflict with team members, team`s motivations will decrease and lead to low effectiveness in group work.
Some are quick to respect, meaning that automatically, respect is given and no questions are asked. While this is often expected of employees in a work place, it is sometimes not easy for new employees to adapt. Being raised in an environment where respect might not have been a much-harped-on characteristic, it can be difficult for people to automatically respect their bosses or people that have been wo... ... middle of paper ... ...f respect you wish to have, you will hopefully receive it in return. The golden rule is something that I believe all people should follow. It can go for anything and not just for respect.
People who have low self image, and low self esteem, are unhappy with whom they are in life. Things that are done well are often taken for granted. Where as mistakes are heavily looked upon. One's position in life and previous experiences can also add to negative feelings. Constantly being told you're headed no where or that you're nothing but a failure can lead to a low self esteem and low self image.
This method of thinking forces the fear of failure on perfectionists thus causing a lot of stress for them and disappointment as they are not able to meet their... ... middle of paper ... ...goals appear to be unlikely to generate enormous distress or dissatisfaction. Point: Judging their self-worth based on the accomplishment of these standards Low self-esteem perfectionists doubt their ability to achieve the standards they set and may posses the ability to give up attempts to to attain it for a time. These individuals are likely to interpret an unmet goal as reflection of their inadequacy and inability. The self Works Cited Flett, G. L. & Hewitt, P. L. (2002). Perfectionism: Theory, research and treatment.
The experiences that have occurred make a person feel that fear to dare to do something that could interfere with being a person or give up very soon. Many times the low self-esteem makes you stop trusting yourself and what you expect from life as if becoming an apathetic person. The attitude in life becomes a
“People with avoidant personality disorder are very uncomfortable and inhibited in social situations, overwhelmed by feelings of inadequacy, and extremely sensitive to negative evaluation” (Comer, 2013, p. 501). These people fear rejection so much that they avoid social situations to avoid rejection. People with avoidant personality disorder believe that they are less than others and don’t find themselves physically appealing. Avoidant personality disorder prevents people from participating in activities where others might judge them. They might avoid going to work, school, or other places if they are concerned with being criticized or people not liking them.
After being bullied, I was always afraid of what people thought of me. Consequently, this fear turned me into a very quiet person. This was because I figured out that if I did not talk, people would not notice me, and the possibilities of being made fun of would decrease. Being a quiet person then made people think that I did not talk to them because I thought I was better than them. After