Chapter 2: Overview Of Interpersonal Communication - Geneseo
These might include your preferences, talents, emotional states, pet peeves, and beliefs. Self-esteem is a part of self-concept. Self-esteem includes judgments of self-worth. A person can vary on high to low evaluations of self-esteem. People with high self-esteem will feel positive about themselves and others. They will mainly focus on their
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Posted: (53 years ago) The two often had pet names for each other that people outside of their relationship could view as racist or homophobic, but they knew the spirit behind their pet names was meant in jest and not ignorance, ethnocentrism, or fear. One day Roy and Jalissa were hanging how in a store when Roy found an African Mask. Roy grabbed the mask, walked up ...