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For example, if our self concept is positive and healthy, we are going to lead a healthy and balanced life. On other hand, if its shaky and fragile, we are definitely going to experience some unpleasant and overwhelming moments in our life. Therefore, it is very important to have a positive image about ourselves. As a manager, it is essential to have a positive and healthy self concept. People who believes in themselves are more likely to do better in any task by making more of an effort, and persist longer, than those with poor self concept .The stronger a person believes in him/her, the more active the efforts are.
To think win-win means to deal with situations that will have a positive outcome for you and for others as well. In order to progress in life professionally or with relationships, one must not think selfishly. It is healthy to genuinely care about others and to accept and come to a mutual agreement that will make you happy and the other party as well. To think win-win is to learn to compromise and commit to being a better you. Thus, eventually becoming influential and have a happy mind set because you no longer think just in yourself.
Interpersonal Skills Daily interactions with the people around us are unavoidable. Unless we purposely isolate ourselves either physically or mentally, learning how to interact with those around us is crucial to building successful relationships in both personal or professional lives. Although interpersonal skills are inherent, like any other skills, some are more adept at it than others. Improving interpersonal skills ensure a more healthy relationship and create a firmer with our those we deal on a daily basis. Furthermore, strong interpersonal skills will create better group dynamics and ensure a better working environment in the work place.
These feelings of blame then lead to aggression, anger or anxiety. Relationships with your family plays a major role in your life because we grow and become attached to our family members, especially our parents (Author, Unknown, 2013). In early childhood, a child learns the needs to create relationships and learn to work together with others (Welton, 2014). Parents who experience divorce become less responsive to the need of their children which may cause a deterrence of attachment or bonding time for that child. To maintain a healthy development for children they need this type of affection because any disturbance may lead to problems with how a child... ... middle of paper ...
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Adolescent within America culture seek self-reliance, subsequently they desire more control making decisions about their lives (Young, 1991). In addition, exposed to external subcultures and peer world, adolescents begin to feel separate themselves from their parents (Grosskopf, 2007). However, Vietnamese adolescents during this period are expected to assume adult responsibilities such as providing, sharing, and working for the family (Yang & Han 2007). All the while, their peers are exploring, questioning, and forming their own self-identity. They become entangle in a web of no end.
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