by Cameron Lorenc
Do you think you are a better at driving, for example, than the average driver? What happens when your memory fades? How much of who you are is tied to it. Check out today's articles to learn more.
One group seems to be immune to such self-aggrandizement: People who are depressed or have anxiety don't overrate themselves, Horswill said. The more severe the depression, the more likely they are to underrate themselves.
We talk about self-control and self-esteem, self-regulation, self–improvement, self-image. Well, Klein distinguishes seven components of the self, and I'd like to talk with you about four of them. First there's self-awareness.