Lesson 2: Interpersonal relationships and social interaction
Interpersonal relationships and social interaction
The basis for sound interpersonal relationships is a good self-image. Your evaluation of your own worth depends on what you think you are. This is based on how you think you compare with other people.
People constantly compare themselves with other people and form a good or a poor self-image accordingly. Research indicates that a positive self-image is beneficial in many ways. It is crucial for personal happiness, personal achievement, good interpersonal happiness, personal achievement, good interpersonal relationships and career success.
Accordingly to psychologists, self-image is the single most important aspect of a person’s personality. If you follow the guidelines on how to improve your self-image, you will be able to benefit from all the advantages of a good self-image.