Regaing Self Awareness: Belove

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The process of finding one's "self" is strongly reliant upon our interactions with other people.From the beginning, as infants, to when we are still small children, we have no idea who we are or what our relationship to the world is.Our perceptions of the world are through the eyes of our parents or guardians and other adults who try to teach us and show us the world.They instill in us their own ideas of right and wrong, good and bad.As we grow, our peers have much influence over how we define ourselves.We constantly have the desire to fit in and belong, sometimes altering our "selves" to be like others.In addition, they too have been growing and learning in their own environment with different family members' influences.Each of our own influences, in turn, influences others.From there, we again take in and learn what we can so we can make our own decisions on how to define our "selves".Later, society influences our thoughts on who we are as people and our relation to the world as a whole.There is a constant norm that people try to assimilate to or diverge from.Society presents its own ideas of who we should be as people, and it is then our own job to take that information and do what we will with it to make our own definition for ourselves of who we are.
Two things can happen when we are required to base our definition of "self" on others.One can take others' ways of living and thinking, process them, and formulate his or her own definition, independent of anyone else.Or, one can use the relationships he or she has with other people on which to base their own definition of self, thus making him or her dependent on those other people.As young people, we learn and take in all we can through the world, our experiences, and relationships with other people.From there, we grow and establish our own identities, our own "selves", in res…