self acceptance


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Noun1.self acceptance - an acceptance of yourself as you are, warts and all
toleration, sufferance, acceptance - a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations; "all people should practice toleration and live together in peace"
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Frog" is a delightful children's animal fable that encourages self acceptance, self esteem, and celebration of differences and diversity.
The intention behind the product was to create a link between the yoga world and the beauty industry, while expressing the ideal of self acceptance and self love as is practiced in yoga," says yogi, Celeste Cruz.
This 84-item questionnaire is scored on 6-point Likert scale and has 6 subscales ofautonomy, personal growth, self acceptance, life purpose, mastery and positive relatedness.
gentleness becomes procrastination, and self acceptance becomes control
Scores showed that the higher arithmetic meaning in CT style of Turkish teachers was Self Acceptance (x=3.
Leslie Goldman immersed herself in the female locker room culture for a five year ethnographic study of women, disordered eating, body image attitudes, locker room etiquette, influences of age and the hope of self acceptance.
He concludes by stressing Unconditional Self Acceptance (USA) as the basis for healthy relationships with others, along with "Unconditional Other-Acceptance" (UOA) and a total philosophy of life anchored in "Unconditional Life-Acceptance" (ULA).
I believe that self acceptance is the best way to tackle obesity, make fat fashionable, change the public perception and stop closing your eyes and ears to a quarter of the UK population.
The themes presented in good children's fiction are always the same ones, no matter what the age: the need for love, the importance of close attachments, the fear of abandonment and separation, the need for self acceptance, to name a few.
According to Johnson (1991), emotional benefits from camp include self acceptance, awareness and acceptance of others, and the development of relationships.