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Mama Shioda I'm a heppoko mother who still doesn't have a sense of self-affirmation as adolescent.
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"Mama Square" is filled with daily thoughts such as troubles, worries, fun, relaxed feelings, and things that we solved in this way.
I would be happy if it could be a clue to solving troubles to everyone reading it, empathy and hints for childcare
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Self-affirmation(Jikokouteikan) is a word that means feelings that can positively evaluate one's way of being, feelings that can affirm one's own value and significance of existence, etc.,Self-esteem(English: self esteem), Self-existence,Self-efficacy(English: self-efficacy), A word that has a similar concept to self-esteem and is used in the same sense... At present, it is pointed out that these terms are often used in an ambiguous manner, and as a result, they are generic names (umbrella terms) that express all positive psychological elements..
Attempts have been made to apply self-positivity, self-affirmation, etc. as translations of self-affirmation, but in recent years self-affirmation has been used..
Many definitions of the term self-affirmation have been proposed by researchers and others.
|Every woman participating in the study applied SERUM to one half of her face and an identical product without the EGF cellular activator to the other half. The study ran for eight weeks, during which time participants applied the serum twice a day. To rule out any effect anticipation could have on results, the study was double-blinded, meaning that none of the women in the study, nor the scientists in charge of measuring results, knew which half was which. Efficacy was assessed by standardized photography and biophysical measurements to evaluate skin topography, density, and thickness.||Definition|
|Chuichiro Takagaki||Trust in others and trust in yourself that "I am okay with myself while being with others"|
|Yoshiyuki Higuchi and Ken Matsuura||The feeling of recognizing yourself as you are.|
(Sub-concept: Assuming that it is composed of three concepts: resignation, attribution, and independence)
* Resignation-Acceptance / Attribution-Awareness of belonging / Independence-Independence
|Yoshiyuki Higuchi and Ken Matsuura||The feeling of recognizing yourself as you are.|
(Sub-concepts: autonomy, confidence, trust, past)
|Michihiro Tanaka||Attitudes and feelings that are positive and positive towards oneself.|
Positive and positive attitudes and feelings towards oneself
|Reiko Tada, Natsuko Ebisaki, Toku Ishii||A combination of "I like myself (self-acceptance)", "I value myself (self-respect)", and "I'm glad I was born (acceptance for my life)".|
|Keiko Kuyoshi, Masami Saito, Masayuki Kobayashi ||A feeling of generally affirming one's own way.|
(Distinguish from self-acceptance of accepting the self as it is while adjusting the gap between the ideal self and the real self)
|Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education||Feelings that positively acknowledge one's goodness when making an evaluation of oneself.|
|Daiji Akehashi||Self-affirmation is the feeling that "I am an important person", "I am worth living", and "I am a necessary person".|
|Yoshihiko Morotomi||Schematicize the relationship between self-affirmation and other concepts.|
|Tokyo Metropolitan Faculty and Staff Training Center||A translation of the psychological term self-esteem.|
|Shuko Esumi and Kazuko Shoji||Based on my own value standards, I feel that I am okay, including good and bad.|
|Takashi Sugawara||Positive emotions that are created by positively interpreting oneself (self), and emotions that are created by positively affirming oneself.|
|Shohei Miura||It consists of a feeling of acceptance and self-esteem.|
Self-affirmation is a concept that has been receiving a lot of attention in the field of psychology, but there is still a need to consider its definition and its distinctiveness from other similar concepts..
The word "self-affirmation"1994/ToChuichiro TakagakiAdvocated by.. Takagaki uses "self-affirmation" as a term to describe the condition of a child who was personalized at that time from his experience of counseling for his child..
after that,JapanChildren's self-evaluationThe United States of America,People's Republic of China,South KoreaIt has been pointed out in survey reports that it is significantly lower than the self-evaluation of children in Japan, and "self-affirmation" has come to the fore in Japanese education... It has been clarified that the self-affirmation of Japanese people is low not only in children but also in adults including young people... In addition, due to the influence of cultural psychology since 1990, attempts have been made to explore and examine concepts that are in line with the cultural background of Japan, and as a result, the term self-affirmation has come to be used. became.
Many years have passed since the advocacy of self-affirmation, and it has spread to people and has been interpreted in various ways. "Self-efficacy," "self-efficacy," "self-efficacy," etc. are sometimes referred to as "self-affirmation," but Takagaki says that it is not enough to say this. ing.
Educational revitalization meetingIn the tenth proposal by the government, "improvement of educational ability in schools, homes, and communities toward the realization of education that raises self-affirmation and raises children who will open up the future with their own hands" is stated..
Criticism of self-affirmation
Detailed criticismSelf-esteem § Criticism of self-esteemSee.
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