My Personality by Nia Khan
Developed by Sigmund Freud. A view that explains personality in terms of conscious and unconscious forces, such as unconscious desires and beliefs. Defense Mechanisms are automatic reactions of the ego because of tension between the id and superego.
Regression - acting like a person did at a more comfortable time
Sublimation - socially unacceptaable impulses are unconsciously transformed into socially acceptable actions
All people strive to reach the highest potential, their self actualization. A person's self-concept is ones own thought or feelings about one's self. The closer your self-concept is to your ideal self, the more positive your self-concept.
One of the traits I would like to continue on into the ideal me is confidence. I try to incorporate that into my everyday lifestyle by complementing people and doing random acts of kindness.
A trait I have and wish to continue is solid relationships with my family. They mean the world to me and I'll be by there side through whatever.
However, I unconsciously learned from my aunt how to brag - mostly about the little things but in a way I learned that it's okay to be proud of what you own and experiences you have
A trait I assume I inherited cognitively from my mother would be the desire to travel and experience as much of the world as humanly possible.
On one occasion, my old school was holding their annual Shakespearean tributary play where each class in my section were to pick a Shakespeare playwrite and preform it in front of the school, we had to hold auditions in each homeroom, cast actors and edit the playwrite into an hour long reenactment. My hoomroom decided to do Twelfth Night and I was cast as the lovely Queen Olivia
Another example would be in day-to-day life, my friends would always mention how I brighten up they're day. I think some of my optimism rubs off on them whoever I'm around.