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For instance. said: G . set your goals at reasonable level so that what you accomplish is equal/almost equal to what you set out to accomplish. ] Set goals that are realistic and will meet your expectations. the father of psychology. William James.confidence and self- satisfaction. ©his can boost your self.   ] ©hink positively about yourself.

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] Whenever something upsetting or disappointing occurs. Not doing so turns every possibility into an opportunity for failure. ] Approach new experiences as opportunities to learn rather than occasions to win or lose. and inhibits personal growth. Doing so opens you up to new possibilities and can increase your sense of self-acceptance. | | . be aware of your thoughts.G ] reward/praise yourself when you have done well. ©hink logically about the situation instead of reacting merely on the basis of your emotions.

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there are some areas where you can take immediate action.    ] realize that there are certain things that you are more adept and competent in than others. give yourself credit for your own personal achievement. ©hen list ways to improve or change them. beliefs and needs directly. openly and honestly. ] Do not attribute your achievement and accomplishments only to luck. ] Learn to be assertive. Chances are that not all of your problems can be dealt with easily or quickly. Instead. ] Make a list of what you feel are the major problems in your life. For example. ] Dwell on your strengths not your weaknesses. ©hat is. opinions. learn to stand up for your rights and say "no" to unreasonable requests.confidence and discovering areas of negative self-image. while not violating the rights of others. Assertiveness training can be very helpful in building self. However. and that it is impossible to expect perfection in every aspect of your life. | | . learn to express your feelings.

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] ASSUMP©ION: ³I must be thoroughly competent.    ] ASSUMP©ION: ³I must always have love or approval from every significant person in my life. It is more realistic and desirable to develop personal standards and values that are not completely dependent on the approval of others. adequate."  AL© rNA©IV : ©his again is a perfectionistic. | | . Achievement can be satisfying but does not make you more worthy. and achieving in all important areas of my life. unattainable goal and suggests that personal worth is determined by achievement. Instead. worth is an inherent quality and all people possess it. unattainable goal."  AL© rNA©IV : ©his is a perfectionistic.

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You don't have to be helpless in the face of past events. you can choose which influences you will continue to allow to have an effect on your life. | | . In doing so.     ] ASSUMP©ION: ³My past remains all important and control my feelings and behaviors in the present. as you grow older you can gain awareness and perspective on what those influences have been."  AL© rNA©IV : While it is true that your confidence was especially vulnerable to external influences during your childhood.

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