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Beneath the Mask presents classical theories of human nature while emphasizing the theorist's progression of ideas. The eighth edition continues to discuss the ideas of personality theorists developmentally. This account of personality theory incorporates the personal origins of ideas to highlight the links between the psychology of each theorist and that theorist's own psychology of persons. It also explores how the personal histories, conflicts, and intentions of the theorist entered that thinker's portrait of people.
Halaman terpilih Halaman Judul. Daftar Isi. Anna Freud Widening the Scope. Harry Stack Sullivan. About Maslow and Rogers Humanistic Psychologies. Evaluating Carl Jung Ego Psychology Melanie Klein Donald W Winnicott. The Kleinian Influence Exploring Deeper Questions Erik Homburger Erikson. Hans Eysenck The Roots of a Naturalist. Childhood Sources of Eysencks Evolutionary Concepts.
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For Further Reading How to Approach. Personology Or Personality Theory? Some Welcoming Words I am so honored and excited to be included! For quite awhile, there had been an article idea trying to get out, but there were challenge facets to the content. Motherhood has moments of greatness — moments of great love, great laughter, great sacrifice, great anxiety, great hugs, great celebrations and great challenges.
This post is all about being a mother during those moments of great challenges when motherhood is a walk of faith! Masks are for hiding, deceiving, concealing, and protecting. They hide shame, hurt and wrongs — the wrongs we have done and the wrongs done to us. We never hear her voice or her story; but if we could, I bet the mother in the story of the prodigal son could tell us a lot about masks — and about throwing them down Luke Married to a man, a Godly man, a respected man, a man who provided abundantly, there was no need for a mask.
Imagine the marriage blessings. A man searching to be close to God found himself a wife desiring to please the Father. Then God blessed them with their first child — a son. Such blessing! The ability to bear sons established her position in the community. She was then blessed with a second son — double the blessing — double the rejoicing. Her confidence grew. She stood firmly on the promises of God that were sung before her sons were born.
Each son was designed for heaven, equipped for the challenges they each would face Psalm I bet she cried when the second son was born — cried tears of joy.
Her first son, always pleasing the father, a parenting-made-easy child, was probably very practical, lacking compassion maybe, but so easy to shepherd into manhood. He probably always won at Alquerque or Chatrang checkers or chess because he understood cause and effect. He probably brought great joy to her heart — and laughter unfettered by frustration. Maybe they were lax. Fearless defined the second son.
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He was filled with talent — a risk-taker. However, his passion lacked cause and effect self-control.
His mother started feeling uncomfortable. His father encouraged him to save his money, but he just felt criticized, beaten down. His happy-go-lucky face turned sullen. He sassed his mother.
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She picked up the mask, uncomfortable with it, but peer fear of judgment was even more uncomfortable. The joy within the household that thrived just a few short years earlier evaporated. Tension hung like high humidity. Rules were not for this second son, or so he thought. Studying was a waste of time. Seeking God — yeah, sure he believed, but he treated God like he treated his father and mother. The older he got, sullenness grew into contempt — he felt restricted and confined.
He was blinded to blessings, to love, to wisdom. Do not blame his parents, citing carelessness or lack of discipline. His father punished him all sorts of ways to get through to him. He talked to him gently, calmly, reasoning with him about the choices available to him. Sometimes she prayed to God, begging Him to show her how to love her second born.
God would warm her heart, restore her strength, and give her hope. She pasted a smile on her face, turning back to the group of women. The mask cracked. How would these women react if they knew her struggles, her perceived failures? It was lonely behind that mask. Self-judgment and fear were her constant companions. She feared that if the mask crumbled even the modicum of community support with the women might fall away too. How she needed the support of women and mothers to lift her up when she fell down.
But they did not know she was falling down, that she needed help.
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