SELF selfnoun 1 a persons essential being that

  • Slides: 6
Download presentation
SELF self/noun 1. 
a person's essential being that distinguishes them from others, especially considered

SELF self/noun 1. 
a person's essential being that distinguishes them from others, especially considered as the object of introspection or reflexive action: 
"our alienation from our true selves"
synonyms: 
 ego, I, oneself, persona, person, . . . more
antonyms: 
 other

WHAT IS SENSE OF SELF? Everybody has a sense of self or sense of

WHAT IS SENSE OF SELF? Everybody has a sense of self or sense of personal identity. Most people have a number of important ways of thinking about themselves that are significant enough to be considered multiple senses of self.

Our sense of self includes those roles, attributes, behaviors, and associations that we consider

Our sense of self includes those roles, attributes, behaviors, and associations that we consider most important about ourselves

 Occupations (e. g. , teacher, physician, plumber) Social relationships (e. g. , husband/wife,

Occupations (e. g. , teacher, physician, plumber) Social relationships (e. g. , husband/wife, friend, colleague) Familial relationships (e. g. , brother/sister; son/daughter; mother/father) Quasi-occupations (e. g. , helper, volunteer) Avocations (e. g. , athlete, musician, artist, collector, helper, volunteer) Affiliations (e. g. , Shriner, Yankee fan) Abilities/disabilities (e. g. , smart person, funny person, shy person with a disability, “patient”) Salient attributes (e. g. , reliable, hard working, good looking, lazy, dishonest) Spirituality (e. g. , child of God, Catholic, Buddist)

List some of your roles, attributes, occupations, affiliations

List some of your roles, attributes, occupations, affiliations

Who Are You? Biographic info: where you grew up, family life, friends, significant others,

Who Are You? Biographic info: where you grew up, family life, friends, significant others, important people, life experiences that stand out Academic life: schools, extracurriculars, sports, clubs, what your major is, why you chose CCV. Passions: What do you LOVE the most? What makes you cry? If you could spend your time doing anything at all that gives you the most pleasure and satisfaction, what would those things be? Dreams: What are your deepest dream for your life? What do you imagine you would do if you couldn't fail? Where do you want to live? What do you want to do with your time? What will your future be like? Writing and presentations: What is your experience with writing? With giving speeches or doing presentations? With reading? Who are you as a student?