Self-exposure

Self`-ex`po´sure


n.1.The act of exposing one's self; the state of being so exposed.
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The luxury of self-exposure kept her almost happy through the long evening.
There was a moment when my suspense on this point was so acute that I all but broke out with the question, and what kept it back was but a kind of instinctive recoil (lest it should be a mistake), from the last violence of self-exposure.
Yet when all was ready, cans of alki in their solitary hands, the three things that had once been men hesitated, as if of old habit, and next betrayed shame as if at self-exposure.
In her message to mark the European Day to Protect Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse -- marked on November 18 -- Kyriakides said this annual anniversary "offers a unique opportunity to recall the importance of strong laws and proactive measures against cyber-bullying, cyber-grooming, self-exposure and harmful content, as well as empowering children to protect themselves".
The European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (18 November), which the Assembly initiated in 2015, offers a unique opportunity to recall the importance of strong laws and proactive measures against cyber-bullying, cyber-grooming, self-exposure and harmful content, as well as empowering children to protect themselves, Ms Kyriakides said.
To give an example: a patient who suffers intensely can consider that the search for therapeutic help represents an important gain, and consequently compensate for the possible losses deriving from different types of stigma and self-exposure.
The mean of self-exposure to ISIS's social media message to recruit young Americans was 1.
Self-exposure to unknown people and new situations includes the approach of unknown people at a greater risk of unwanted reactions from the other.
The premise is simple: The performers (here, Kosma, Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor, Llewellyn Reichman, Timothy Murray, Dwayne Browne, and Yunuen Rhi), whose names make up the work's title (which shifts according to its participants, each time it is presented), use their own experiences to improvise dialogue and movement that explore the psychological and physical dimensions of human relationships, intimacy, and self-exposure.
That isn't an easy lesson to learn in these parts, when we're so dependent on and even subservient to others' opinions-but Vice's graphic self-exposure made it easier to understand and imbibe.
Netanyahu's attendance at the French rally was indeed an act of self-exposure to reveal the Zionist narrative.
The results showed evidence that it is possible to distinguish consumers through a discriminant function using interpersonal influence, such as aggressiveness, self-exposure, moral flexibility and machiavellianism; and personality aspects, such as dissatisfaction and acceptance.