Five Card Story: DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES OF THE SELF : Influence of our Philosophy

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The first picture depicts and epitomize Georges Herbert Meads' Theory of socialization wherein according to him, self-images establish through interactions. Like when I was a child, playing games and sports enables me to interact with different people and since then I get to traverse different perspectives and personalities that allows me to be perspicacious thence grant me an experience that can be utilize for self- development. Moreover, this experience is likewise sports, to socialize hence winning. Social interaction is crucial as this granted us the power of cooperation that allows us to formulate strategies in different aspects of our lives such as in communication, our experiences makes us cognizant about how we must exchange verbal or non-verbal cues as well as how we are going to convey our emotions. Thereafter, socialization gives us another perspectives and experiences that mold us to be discipline, cooperative, and understanding therefore, a sport. And sports’ primary goal is to make us better individuals.

The second picture represent the theory of Clifford Geertz he believed that men communicate to develop their knowledge and attitude towards life just like a door that opens a new path in knowing and understanding ourselves just like in my life i open doors for the sake of knowing more and developing my own perspective in life by communicating and opening paths along in my way.

The third picture portrays about on the relationships between the explicit and implicit global self-esteem and on how to apply it based to my life experiences. Global self-esteem is generalized feelings of self-worth which are not specific to a particular situation, but which apply to many activities or areas of life and predispose the subject to view new activities in particular ways. I study to achieve my goals and joining youth activities to improve my social and spiritual relationship with god. Implicit self-esteem refers to a person's disposition to evaluate them in a spontaneous, automatic, or unconscious manner. I failed my parents before and I try my best to become a better person by studying and avoiding bad habits like I used to do before because someone told me that it’s never too late. Personality refers to stable, consistent patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior I’m a friendly person and it’s my weakness my personality develops depending to the environment I’m in that’s why I’m vulnerable to bad habits but I’m doing my best to change myself and be a better person that my parents will be proud of.

The fourth picture represents and typifies Hans Eysenck’s Theory that all of us has different personality dimensions and we have rights to be together while we’re young to recognize each other contrast and similarities when it comes to personality. Also to develop it and to know our each characteristics. Just like in my own experience when I was younger, I been socialize and gathered myself to others to show and develop my personality to see what my similarities and differences to others dimension of personality.

The fifth picture tells us about "Trait Affectivity" the dark clouds represent negative emotions while the light clouds on the other hand, represent positive emotions. These clouds are like my mood every day because of the experiences I had that you're helpless to take action when sadness hits you and affects everything that I do, but on the other hand, it also makes me optimistic and makes me feel that I could overcome every single problem I have.

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