Identify Three Quotes from the Dialogue That Show How Bryce Progressed in Identifying His Emotions.

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Identify three quotes from the dialogue that show how Bryce progressed in identifying his emotions. I finally realized nothing I did mattered. I just couldn’t take another rejection. The bottom line is, no one wants me. I feel bad, but I can’t do anything about it. I guess I’m not feeling much of anything. Identify and explain, using concepts from the text, at least one example of an obstacle to communicating emotions in the situation. We may not have total control over what we feel, but usually we can exert some control. Furthermore, we can exercise substantial control over how we do or don’t express our feelings and to whom we express them. Taking personal responsibility for when, how, and to whom you express feelings is a cornerstone of ethical interpersonal communication (Anderson & Guerrero, 1998; Fridlund, 1994; Philippot & Feldman, 20 Another reason we often choose not to express feelings is that we fear we could hurt or upset others. Sometimes we make an ethical choice not to express emotions that would hurt another person without achieving any positive outcome. Choosing not to express in some situations or to some people can be constructive and generous. Identify and explain at least two examples of irrational beliefs that Bryce holds. Beliefs can be maintained by intrapersonal cognitive structures, sometimes based on particular uncommon occurrences. Bryce does not believe in himself. Believing in yourself is all about being sure that you are going to do whatever you want even if others were against you. Usually, when you decide to take a big challenge or to do something that people failed to do you will find that everyone is putting you down. Lifelong messages sent to us either formally or informally by: society, culture, community, race, ethnic reference group, neighborhood, church, social networks, family, relatives, peer
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