I have strong morals, including there is only one life to live; life should be joyous. Therefore, my goal is to make everyone I come across a friend. Making them feel loved and showing them my true heart. Most important to me are when people see the love I try to radiate. I want this to be on a personal level to each person I meet.
If we live our lives without faith they would be extremely lonely and unfulfilling, aspects of faith are all around us. We can specifically use it in our present mindsets, love and future. In order to be confident in the decisions you make you would have to know all the possible out comes of a situation and have everything perfect. The problem is we are not all knowing nor anywhere near perfect, but through faith we can trust those around us to help when mistakes are made. In keeping a faithfully open mindset relationships are built, you may even feel love.
Rogers presents the idea that “There will be just two ideas, two feelings, two judgments, missing each other in psychological space” (419). Even though people can be on different terms during an emotional argument, we must still try and understand the other, if not we will never make a connection. Rogers states that “when emotions are strongest” is when “it is most difficult to achieve the frame of reference” (421). This stands true for every kind of setting, the more passionate they feel, and the more intense the argument will be. However Rogers does offer solutions to the communication problems we tend to have.
I find that my closest and best relationships are those who have common values, way of living, and ideals about living life. Once I find a relationship that is trusting, I try to maintain it to my best ability. I am very easy to talk to, however my best communication is with others that have the same values. I express my liking for the other person by showing some generosity and kindness. Part II: Impact On Management Style The manager sees their role as that of a guide or coach, to show staff what to do and how to do it, and then get out of their way and let them do it.
I began to love me and know that I am wonderful being who I am and most of all being real with myself. My experience has taught me that becoming an effective counselor; you will make some decisions that are good and not so good all in the desire to help others. At this stage of my career and with the help of my educational journey I have learned and still learning to first nurture myself and use techniques along with tools to met the participants where he or she is at. Most of all it is essential to institute a cooperative relationship and to create and sustain consistent but flexible
Most virtues are the core characteristics that are valued by thinkers and philosophers. Wisdom, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence are just to name a few of the characteristics. Without courage most people would not have the persistence or enthusiasm to complete anything in life. Courage would almost be considered a guideline to have the want to get anything done. Courage gives people the push when things go wrong.
Some people except me for who I am, but others don’t. So that’s why it’s a good thing to choose the right people. These 2 themes are very important to the book and our own lives. They can relate to multiple of us in many different ways, they could be bad or they could be good. I picked these 2 because I thought they were good ones and could relate to a lot of people.
A love that develops from a friendship usually prevents a lot of disappointments because you already know a lot about that person. Logical love is helpful in determining a partners’ potential in the relationship. This type of love is important in my life because it’s helped me to determine what kind of person I’m able to see myself with in the
I believe that you must get in touch with your emotions and who you really are to make positive changes and I believe that Person-Centered therapy can help achieve that. I value the power of independence/individuality and pursuing what makes you happy and most fulfilled regardless of your life experiences or the opinions of others. Furthermore, a little support goes a long
Everything that came up under “Challenges” was true for me. The challenges that related to me most were having difficulty managing time and losing interest in long, complex projects. However, the suggested strategies for these challenges are actually very helpful and I will definitely be using these suggestions from now on in both my short and long-term career goals. I learned that I am a Thinker rather than a Feeler – meaning I base my decisions on logic versus values. I have always thought I was more likely to use my feelings to make decisions rather than what my head tells me – but this assessment says otherwise.