Citations with the tag: SELF-acceptance
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- How to make peace with your body.
Maynard, Cindy // Current Health 2; Sep98, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p6
Presents information on how to appreciate your body, with reference to teenagers. Comments from several teenagers; Question segment on how you see yourself; Details on accepting your body.
- Self-Esteem in the Lesbian World.
Young, Angie // Off Our Backs; Aug2001, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p18
Comments on the lesbian relationships. Presumptions on patriarchal roles; Want on lesbian media to foster self-love for women as healthy relationships; Penetration of misogyny, sexism and unrealistic beauty ideals on lesbian media.
- FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR LIFE.
Rush, Colleen // Cosmopolitan; Dec2000, Vol. 229 Issue 6, p264
Offers pieces of advice on how to avoid being envious of others and love one's self.
- Present time.
Taylor, Susan L. // Essence (Essence); Jul95, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p59
Comments on the need for people to focus on oneself. Harboring feelings of discontent; Missing the pleasures of childhood; Need for self-acceptance; Tips on how to stay tune with oneself.
Deiter, Newt // Advocate; 1/12/77, Issue 207, p14
Comments on the importance of establishing personal improvement goals for 1977. Self-responsibility; Self-acceptance.
- A longitudinal study of self-esteem: Implications for adolescent development.
Zimmerman, Marc A.; Copeland, Laurel A. // Journal of Youth & Adolescence; Apr97, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p117
Presents information on a study which evaluated self-esteem in adolescents. Information on the type of approach used in conducting the study; Identification of the four self-esteem trajectories; Indepth look at the results of the study.
- Be Yourself.
Friedemann, Karin // Muslim Observer; 6/3/2011, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p3
In this article the author discusses the importance of loving oneself and not losing one's identity in order to please others.
- The courage to be your best.
Taylor, Susan L. // Essence (Essence); Jun98, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p73
Focuses on the challenge of finding the courage and discipline to practice self-love. Influence of early experiences on self treatment; Narration of author's childhood experiences which affected his present state; Importance of the acceptance of the truth in the promotion of self-acceptance and...
- Create the life you WANT.
Hynes, Angela // Shape; Mar2002, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p32
Focuses on ways in discovering authentic self. Importance of listening to instinct; Benefits of self-acceptance; Identification of the natural abilities and the activities made for one's body.
- What's Love Got To Do With It? Everything!
Pallino, Kristi // Lesbian News; Feb2012, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p38
The author discusses self-love and urges people to write down the things that will make them fall in love with themselves and apply these things in their lives.
- TREASURE YOURSELF.
Taylor, Susan L. // Essence (Essence); Apr2002, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p9
Discusses the importance of practicing loving and taking care of one's self. Effects of self-love on one's character; Consequences of the lack of support and attention for one's self; Ways to praise and inspire one's self.
Nacson, Leon // Woman's Day (Australian Consolidated Press); 4/12/2010, Vol. 62 Issue 15, p93
The article focuses on how one should accept certain personal aspects one is refusing to comes to terms with and restore one’s confidence in the process.
- from the editor.
de Vries, Joanne // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine; Aug2003, Issue 250, p6
Comments on the redefinition of beauty. Society's stereotypical ideals of external beauty; Promotion of self-acceptance; Definition of beauty.
- Treat Yourself Like a Goddess.
Smith, Riann // Cosmopolitan; Jun2002, Vol. 232 Issue 6, p258
Discusses ways for expressing love for oneself. Recognition of personal accomplishments; Adoption of a positive attitude towards criticism; Appreciation of one's appearance.
Smith, Riann // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p2095
A definition of the term "self-acceptance," which refers to being realistic about oneself and at the same time comfortable with that personal assessment, is presented.
- Loving yourself as your neighbor.
Smith, Riann // Christian Science Monitor; 3/12/97, Vol. 89 Issue 73, p17
Analyzes loving oneself from a Biblical point of view. How loving yourself affects other people loving you as an individual; Effect of economic, educational or cultural backgrounds on us; Biblical reference to loving oneself.
- Rousseau on self-love: What we've learned, what we might have learned.
Cooper, Laurence D. // Review of Politics; Fall98, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p661
Presents an excerpt from the study `Rousseau, Nature, and the Problem of the Good Life.'
- Body image break through.
Dionne, Lisa // Shape; Oct98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p73
Reports on the importance of women loving their bodies. Difficulty experienced by women in feeling good about their bodies; Statements from Anne Kearney-Cooke, Ph.D., director of the Cincinnati Psychiatric Institute; Information on a workshop designed to encourage women to appreciate their bodies.
- The Wrinkly Beauty of Self-Acceptance.
Dionne, Lisa // USA Today Magazine; Feb2010, Vol. 139 Issue 2777, p5
No abstract available.
Zoey // New Moon Girls; Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p12
The article offers the author's suggestion that girls should accept themselves for who they are.
- You Are Hot.
Boyle, Kathleen // Psychology Today; Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p10
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about accepting oneself.
- Self-Transcendence, the True Self, and Self-Love.
Conn, Walter E. // Pastoral Psychology; May98, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p323
This essay presents a unified view of Bernard Lonergan's model of self-transcendence, Thomas Merton's notion of the true self, and Erich Fromm's meaning of self-love.
- The body ambassadors.
Cohen, Bari Nan // Self; Jan2002, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p80
Presents an interview with celebrities on learning to love ones body. Views of actress Diane Farr on plastic surgery; Benefits of avoiding self-criticism according to athlete Marion Jones; Effect of workouts on the mental functioning of actress Angie Everhart. INSET: 2 trainers talk body...
- RELATION OF SELF-ACCEPTANCE AND ACCEPTANCE OF OTHERS.
Durm, Mark W.; Glaze, Patricia E. // Psychological Reports; Apr2001, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p410
Focuses on the relationship between self-acceptance and acceptance of others. Correlation of ratings on the Self-Acceptance Scale on the Acceptance of Others Scale.
Dettwyler, Spenser // Teen Ink; Feb2011, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p15
The article offers the author's insights towards self-acceptance as he was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome that made him proud of his differences.
- How do you love you?
Clements, Marcelle; Estrine, Darryl // Self; Feb97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p142
Stresses the importance of distinguishing between healthy self-love and unhealthy self-regard. Period of a person's life when self-love begins; Psychological danger of turning desire inward and obsessing over things that cannot be altered; Contradictions faced by women who are constantly being...
- A Proactive Approach to Advance Funeral Planning.
Kuhnen, Christopher // Funeral Home & Cemetery News; Jan2011, pA6
The article presents the authors insight regarding the views of some funeral directors referring funeral service to be a commodity, wherein he argues on the crucial role played by funeral profession in helping families accept the loss in a positive manner.
- Pursuing the body beautiful.
Preyar, April D. // Essence (Essence); Jun94, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p38
Relates the author's struggles and the efforts she exerted since elementary years just to have a beautiful body. Realization that her extra weight is not only a physical load but a mental and emotional one as well; Beginning of healing process and self-acceptance.
- Secrets of my success.
Mooney, Linda; Reese, Shelly // Prevention; Aug98, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p189
Relates the weight-loss story of Mary Gettel. Weight loss as a by-product of self-acceptance; Strategies of walking and a low-fat diet that she used; Total weight loss of 72 pounds that were a result of her strategies.
Mooney, Linda; Reese, Shelly // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1540
A definition of the term "narcissism" which refers to self-love or self-admiration is presented.
- Acknowledging Your Problem is Harder Than Solving It.
Trunk, Penelope // California Job Journal; 10/18/2009, Vol. 27 Issue 1207, p5
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of having to acknowledge problems through self-acceptance.
- Embrace Your Own Beauty.
Miller, Rebecca // Harper's Bazaar; Sep2004, Issue 3514, p269
No abstract available.
- Bringing Size Acceptance to Resistant Audiences.
Parham, Ellen S. // Healthy Weight Journal; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p78
Suggests some techniques in presenting a message on body size acceptance and obesity. Preparation of a mind-set; Establishment of credibility; Content of a presentation.
- Valentine's Day: Pain or Pleasure?
Katz, Dian // Lesbian News; Feb2000, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p59
Asserts that people's lives can be simplified by accepting Valentine's Day as just another day. Consequences of marketing the occasion; Singles' struggle with the concept of romance; Importance of learning to love one's self; Requisites of strong relationships.
- Where Were You When I Needed You?
Katz, Dian // Lesbian News; Nov2002, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p34
Observes that in order to understand the behavior of other people, human beings should first understand themselves. Ways in which self understanding can help understand others; Benefits that can be gained by having control over one's reaction to their circumstances; Reasons why humans should...
Flack, Kathryn // Scholastic Choices; Apr95, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p36
Presents the author's recollection of her experiences towards self-acceptance. Scars on thighs; Avoidance of stares and whispers; Explaining cause of scar to people.
- YOU, FIRST!
Flack, Kathryn // Heart & Soul; Feb2003, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p29
Suggests ways for women to love themselves and to change their personality. Recommendation to strengthen hands after day long workouts through Hand Grip Gels introduced by Nike Corp.; Suggestions to chant mantra to overcome stress; Suggestions to share thoughts with a close friend.
- TOWARD SELF-ACCEPTANCE.
Walter, Dave // Advocate; 4/11/89, Issue 522, p23
Calls on the American gay community to pursue gay rights with less vigor and instead focus on a gay acceptance movement. Gay people's need to focus on acceptance of themselves; Effects of self-rejection; Importance of winning of acceptance from society; Claim that securing gay rights would not...
- Accepting self, accepting others, and rating peers generously.
Hurley, John // Psychological Reports; Dec93, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p768
Explores the issue of associated self-acceptance with high regard for others through round-robin ratings of interpersonal conduct in small, continuing groups. Substantial agreement of individuals' ratings by pooled group peers and self; Appreciable, consistent and positive correlation of...
- brown skin.
Dickerson, Debra J. // Essence (Essence); Jun2002, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p114
Presents an article about learning to accept one's dark skin. Reason behind the insecurity of having dark skin; Factors attributed to the acceptance of one's dark skin.
- Ethnic and American identity as predictors of self-esteem among African American, Latino, and...
Phinney, Jean S.; Cantu, Cindy Lou // Journal of Youth & Adolescence; Apr97, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p165
Focuses on a study which examined the impact of ethnic and American identity on self-esteem among Afro-American, Latino and White adolescents. Methodology used to conduct the study; Indepth look at other influencing factors regarding this issue; Information on the results of the findings of the...
- The marks of life.
Golden, Diana // Women's Sports & Fitness; Jun94, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p102
Presents a personal narrative of self-acceptance after undergoing bilateral mastectomies and leg amputation. Participation and training in the Disabled Ski Team; Confronting the physical shortcomings; Scars as symbols of victory over life's battles.
Golden, Diana // Advocate; 2/23/77, Issue 210, p21
Focuses on the visibility of gay people in the U.S. Awareness of the majority press on the issue; Difficulty of gays to have pride in themselves; Importance of pride in self-acceptance.
- Dark and sexy.
Johnson, Kirk A. // Heart & Soul; Dec95/Jan96, Issue 12, p19
Presents a survey of how African-Americans measure self-concept. Self-esteem; Sexiness.
- A change of heart brings freedom.
Schneider, Katharine // Healthy Weight Journal; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p113
Shares an insight on how the author accepted herself despite of her obesity. Experiences during childhood; Frustrations during adolescence; Effects of self-acceptance on attitude towards life.
- Hey, its ok!
Schneider, Katharine // Glamour; Dec2008, Vol. 106 Issue 12, p194
This article lists behaviors and feelings that women should feel comfortable accepting about themselves, including thinking about lunch early in the morning, laughing at men who trip on the elliptical machine at the gym, and refusing to speak on speakerphone.
- More to Love.
Kane, Susan // Parenting Early Years; Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p11
The article offers the author's insights of being happy and healthy after giving births and gaining weight.
Gammage, Maranda; Ochoa, Jessica; Sun, Angela; Gabriel, Alexander; MacMahon, Hazel; Castro, Wendy; Schwager, Natalie; Leben, Markus // Teen Ink; Apr2011, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p4
Several letters to the editors are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "I believe in self-acceptance," by Spenser Dettwyler, "Ditch Your Gender," by Emily Locke, and "First Drive," by Katherine Stacy.
- 3 perfect reasons to love your imperfect self.
Smith, Lauren // Glamour; Jun2003, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p160
Discusses the reasons on why one should love her imperfect self. Disadvantage of perfectionism; Ability of confronting problems to other members of the family.
- Hey, it's ok!
Smith, Lauren // Glamour; Sep2008, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p232
This article lists behaviors and feelings that women should accept about their thoughts and behaviors, including using ketchup on an aged porterhouse steak, leaving a mess for someone else to clean up, and feeling angry at a boyfriend or spouse.