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ECOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY BISTRITA DIFFERENCE YEAR ENGLISH 3 2009-2010 Academic Year

APPLIES SELF-ESTEEM AT TEENAGERS WHO COME FROM UNORGANIZED FAMILIES Student,


SUCIA(DANCIU) CORNELIA-FLOAREA

SELF-ESTEEM AT TEENAGERS WHO COME FROM UNORGANIZED FAMILIES


1. INTRODUCTION Self-esteem is a fundamental dimension of any human being. It refers to how we evaluate ourselves, how we feel good compared to our expectations or with others. Selfesteem and how we view ourselves determines our progress in life. And this on-court of ourselves is vital to our psychological balance. Positive when we allow ourselves to act effectively, to feel good about yourself, to face the difficulties of existence. But when it is negative, causing various diseases and troubles that come to disrupt daily life. In fact self-esteem is based on three ingredients: confidence, selfconcept, self-love. A good dose of each component is essential to achieve a harmonious self-esteem. 2. SELF-ESTEEM IN TEENAGERS Adolescence is the period of conflicts, the process of transition from childhood to adulthood. Entire period of adolescence is related to high-intensity changes and visible effects in appearance, behavior and internal relations with the outside world, including increasing integration capacity in specific social life. Parental support in forming a positive self-esteem is very important. The school also influence both the level and stability of self-esteem. Numerous laboratory and field research strengthen clinicians view on the importance of self-esteem in personal life and social relations. Parents play a significant role in gaining a sustainable and stable sense of identity. It has been demonstrated that teenagers who are less adapted and have a wide range of psychological problems were the subject of rejection rather than acceptance and parental love (Rotter, 1980). Family dysfunction appears more visible in situations of divorce when the marriage fails, resulting in most cases split partners, sometimes dramatic and negative consequences on the family and especially the children in their teens.

Therefore the problems young people from broken families are very complex with a strong psychosocial impact and great resonance. While often young people from dysfunctional families have difficulty adapting educational instability, fragility of moral anxiety, increased predisposition to aggression, etc.. Adolescent behavior is achieved by identifying and internalize all himself and others. Thus, the human ego is formed in a triangular constellation of factors: love, family and safety authority. Any deficiency as any deficiency or emotional abuse of power will cause behavioral disorders due to resignation of parents from their duties or by parents with parents to identify pathogens. 3. CLOSING In every activity, we are seeking to satisfy two essential necessities of selfesteem: the need to be loved (appreciated, wanted, liked) and need to be competent (powerful, clever, gifted). These necessities are required to be satisfied permanently, as self-esteem is a very important mobile dimension of human personality.A higher level of self esteem can be reached through love and education, initially from parents, then from friends, colleagues, people significant to an individual during his life. Quote: "The lower self-esteem is the stronger will be the prejudices ". (Septimiu Chelcea) Bibliography Adriana Bban(coord.) Consiliere educaional Hunter, M. C. & Carlson, P. (1993). Improving Your Child's Behavior. Theory Into Practice Publications.