The social: emotional dimension of life refers to the relationship with our self, and also in relation to others. Self-esteem is the hallmark of a healthy personality.
We must eliminate criticism, complaining and condemning from our vocabulary towards self, others and especially children. This allows us to remain calm and emotionally detached.
The key is accepting both our own strengths and weaknesses, because only happy people make more individuals with high self-esteem and self-confidence. Children especially learn from imitation. Those whom develop superior levels of self-esteem will rarely be affected by what another individual does or says. The amount of love or lack of love an individual feels they have about themselves affects the quality of their self-development, ability to get along with others, career, activities, and holistic health.
Love is the active verb.
In communication its thinking solutions to human problems and learning to think objectively from another’s frame of reference. Trust is the essential ingredient in building effective relationships. We also have to constantly apologize sincerely for when we make mistakes and upset others as human beings.
Since most of our success and happiness lies in cultivating relationships we accept complete responsibility for all our emotions, circumstances and actions.
The great challenge for man is to be in a constant state of grace towards everyone and the environment. Love is the salvation of man. The choice is ours, it always has been.
What am I doing well? How can I be better?