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The Concept of Empathy

Introduction The discussion of this assignment is around empathy. In this assignment it will outline were the word empathy derived from and how far the word dates back too. It will also outline and define of empathy through the definitions of two psychologists called Carl Rogers and Nancy Eisenberg. While also differentiating the difference between…

The Difference between Narcissism and Empathy

In this article, the authors seek to better understand the multi-dimensional construct of empathic processing and its relationship with narcissism (both trait and pathological). The authors’ focus is to challenge the idea that narcissistic individuals are directly correlated to a lack of empathy by first reviewing the psychobiology and subtypes of empathy, examining current empirical…

Traumatized Experience and Empathy

Trauma is often the result of a painful experience that is caused by a traumatic event. Trauma can be the effects of domestic or family violence, dating violence violence that happens in communities (gun violence, robberies, assaults and rapes), natural disasters, car accidents, serious injuries, death of a loved one, wars, and even sexual abuse….



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Diversity Awareness and Self Reflection

On February 29, 2020, I went to a convention held by a gathering of Muslims. The occasion was known as Family and Friends Day and if you had any questions in regards to becoming a Muslim. They offered games, brochures that tells all about a Muslim, and snacks. The motive of this convention was to…

The Path to Self Awareness

If I offered you a $20 bill for free, would you take it? I think I know your answer. What about if I crumpled it up into a ball and tossed it to you. Would you still accept it? What if I crumpled it, threw it on the floor, stomped on it, picked it up…

The Value of Self-Esteem

Self-esteem reflects on people’s evaluation of their own self-worth and is a vital concept to embrace because it represents how we view ourselves as individuals. Those who have a healthy or high self-esteem view themselves as good, secure individuals who are confident and well-adjusted in their life. On the contrary, those with low self-esteem find…

Impact of Loneliness on Personality

The late mother Teresa once said, “The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved.” If you’ve ever felt lonely, if you feel lonely right now, please know that you’re not alone. A study done in the UK by the British Red Cross shows that over nine million adults, feel the same…

Identifying and Distinguishing Depression

There are many people who often get to feeling sad and sometimes confuse this with the feeling of loneliness. Imagine lying in bed at night, and this weird feeling creeps into place; most people would label this as sadness while others identify it with loneliness. But how do we tell the difference between the two…

Reflection on Advanced Developmental Reading

“Advanced Developmental Reading” was a phrase that made me nervous when I first read it. Most of my understanding of reading revolves around foundational reading skills that we learn in my preschool classroom. I have some background knowledge of early reading development from my undergraduate program and from studying for MTEL exams. Skills that we…

Importance of Student`s Self-Esteem

Google Defines self esteem as, confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect. Webster’s dictionary defines self esteem as, a confidence and satisfaction in oneself : self- respect. In psychology, the term self-esteem is used to describe a person’s overall sense of self-worth or personal value. In other words, how much you appreciate and like…

Importance of Cultural Competence 

Section 1: It is difficult for me to explain what my definition of health is without presenting a scenario of an individual who is healthy. Therefore, my definition of health is a scenario of someone that does not have a disease, eats nutritious foods, and gets enough exercise every day. Furthermore, (because of these qualities)…

Identity And What Has Influenced My Behaviors

Identity is your culture, ethnicity, skills and abilities, physical attributes or gender, occupation and hobbies, and values and beliefs. It is who you are, the way you think about yourself, the way you are viewed by the world, and the characteristics that define you (Identity dictionary definition | identity defined, 2020). Our identity is a…

Racial Discipline Gap and Cultural Identity

The environment for learning is the degree to which students feel safe and respected, supported, academically challenged, and the extent to which they perceive their peers to be socially and emotionally capable. Literature suggests that racial identity, both student and teacher, plays a role in education. There seems to be a divide between students and…

Educational and Cultural Relations

Education and culture are interrelated and influence each other. Educated humans will die, but culture will never go extinct but only develop along with the progress of the times. The world of education is one of the most important pillars in a society’s life order for the nation’s successors. So, education here can be interpreted…

The Struggle for Identity

Since the late 1800s, Latinx immigrants faced several conflicts before heading up north to the United States, and when they reached the country they continued to struggle. Whether it be economic struggles or social struggles, the life of a Latinx immigrant was not full of sunshine and rainbows; they had days of anxiety and trauma…

Roles of Ethnic Identity in Contemporary

America is often metaphorically described as a beautiful mosaic, in which individuals across the country share a common nationality but retain their own unique values. The color of every tile in the mosaic is distinct and whole in its own light but joins together collectively to form a single piece of art. Each person’s ethnic…

The Difference between Cultures

From the moment a baby takes their first breath, they immediately become a part of a group and a category in society. According to Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach by James M. Henslin, a group is made up “of people who think of themselves as belonging together and who interact with one another” and…

The Importance of Self-Identity

In the novel, “ The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, the story follows the collapse of the United States replaced with the totalitarian government named the Republic of Gilead, in its attempt to solve the major issues of mass infertility and environmental disaster. The changes of this new government challenge one’s concept of Identity to…

My Indian American Identity

Identity is a feeling of one’s self of belonging to a group or community. In the broader sense, our identity is influenced in some ways, by our place of birth, upbringing, culture and religion that we belong to, the family values which were instilled in us, ideals, arts, music, expressions and social and interpersonal relationships….

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