Is this information genuinely helpful? One trouble with the "impostor" label is that an impostor is not merely inadequate. An impostor is also a cheat, a fraud, someone who intentionally deceives other people. The personal shame associated with perceived inadequacy now has an overlay of moral guilt: I am wronging others by deliberately covering up my shortcomings. Well-meaning suggestions like "fake it until you make it" reinforce this idea that we have to lie if we don’t think we’re good enough. Many of us can’t get comfortable with lying, and nor should we. … [Read more...] about Shame, Guilt, and Impostor Syndrome
Shame or guilt
In sum, it is quite unlikely that dogs feel guilty or jealous. What humans often perceive as “guilt” is simply submissive behavior as a reaction to human behavior. Likewise, “jealousy” seems to be a response to what owners do, not how the dog feels. Thus, unless new studies will prove otherwise, this explanation for dog behavior is more likely. Our best friends are often misinterpreted — in particular as their behavior often looks so similar to what we as humans do when we feel guilty or jealous. We as humans should have those alternative explanations in mind and be ready to accept which emotions dogs can have — and which they cannot. … [Read more...] about Do Dogs Feel Jealousy or Guilt?
Exploration. This involves seeking out new or additional information that adds to or changes the current view of the self or the environment. In the above situation, Jeffrey might inquire as to how much it would cost to repair the damage and when the repair shop would be available to do so. This would help Jeffrey see his culpability from an accurate perspective and understand what is necessary to correct his error. Knowing what he needs to do to make it OK with his father could provide some relief. … [Read more...] about Does Thinking About Problems Make Them Better?
He Was Also Appointed As Ambassador To UNESCO He was also appointed as ambassador to UNESCO in the year 1946. After this he became an ambassador to the Soviet Union in 1949. He chaired the Union Education Commission in 1948. He received the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade in 1961. … [Read more...] about Teachers Day 2019: Interesting Facts About Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Help might just appear, like the runner who appeared out of the mist and walked beside me for a little while. Sometimes we seek help more deliberately. We often find it through our study, external events, the help of others, reading, or the support of those in close communities like church, family, and work of avocational communities. Many people are eager to help us in our times of need. Often part of that help is activated by getting past resentment, bitterness, anger, and anxiety, and feelings of injustice or even unforgiveness that come with great hurts. We can begin to heal if we move to forgiveness. When that occurs, sometimes we find that God and other loved ones were there beside us all along, but we were just too wrapped up in our pain, disappointment, and anger to notice. … [Read more...] about How to Cultivate Forgiveness in the Face of Trauma