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Self-esteem versus Self-acceptance A common misconception is that the assessment of a person’s competence and ability is equivalent to a value judgement of the worth of the actual person. Any selfesteem that results from such an identification is a house built of cards that may instantly collapse, when the next action is judged as wrong, incompetent or stupid, and the person therefore as ‘less worthy’. A more logical, realistic and beneficial approach to the individual is an unconditional Transforming the Mind Chapter Two: Background Psychology 38 acceptance of the core Self.
The first sexual signals to turn on this system tend to define the individual’s sexual reality. Other impressions of the time (fashions, morals and fetishes) tend to define that person as a member of that ‘generation’. Just as bio-survival anxiety or security are imprinted by accidents in the nursing period, emotional domination and submission by accidents in the toddling period, and symbolic dexterity or ‘stupidity’ by the accidents of the learning period, so are the choices of heterosexuality or homosexuality, promiscuity or sexual timidity, etc.
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Nomads, Northmen and Slavs: Eastern Europe in the ninth century (Slavo-Orientalia: Monographienreihe über die Wechselbeziehungen zwischen der slavischen und orientalischen Welt, Bd. 2) by Imre Boba