One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw the Cheshire Cat on the tree.“Which road should I take?” she asked.
Her answer was a question:
“Where do you want to go?”
“I don’t know,” she replied Alice.
“Well,” said the Cheshire Cat, “it doesn’t matter.”
Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
What is personal identity?
Theories and importance of having an effective personal identity
Personal identity is all we are! In fact, our physical, psychological, cultural characteristics starting from the name and the date of birth.
Many aspects of ourselves and the relationship between every single characteristic and all the others that belong to us.
Each of us is unique, there is no clone anywhere else in the Universe!
Difference between personal and social identity
According to the social perspective, there are mainly two types of identity: social and personal. Personal identity, also defined as individualistic, private and idiocentric, analyzes the different processes that activate individuals to know if themselves.
It can take on positive or negative connotations depending on whether the subjects show a high or low self-concept, therefore
How to defend yourself from an envious colleague
The very first thing to do is to know what envy is and that we must always remember that the problem is theirs and not ours. As already mentioned in this article, envy can reach extremely pathological levels and, consequently, it is very important to know how to defend yourself in the most appropriate way possible.
I learn to recognize envious people…
Professional identity: know it to develop it!
It is through these complex processes, strongly intertwined with relational dynamics, that self-esteem , the perception of self-efficacy and the locus of control, essential elements in determining our behaviors and expectations, are formed.
The professional choice and the relative training path is certainly a central aspect of an individual’s “self-construction”.
It is a choice in which the rational plan is strongly intertwined with the more unaware of feelings of identity, imaginary representations of the future job and related intimate personal expectations….