“How do i develop my personality? ” the much asked question by youth. 

Erik Erikson’s much famous theory of psychosocial development explains the need of the adolescence stage is establishing Identity. He coined the term “Identity Crisis”. 

 The teenager must achieve identity in occupation, gender roles, politics, and, in some cultures, religion.” – Erik Erikson. 

They explore the question “Who am I?”. 

 Your self identity is what determines every aspect of your life. People do feel and behave differently when they get married, get their first job, go to College and even something as simple as getting a different hair style.

People won’t do anything outside their identity. If you identify yourself as a victim, short-tempered, a bad student, a rebel, chances are very much that you are going to live within the boundaries of that identity.

People change the minute they identify themselves differently. Identify yourself with right mental image. 

“Mind cannot differentiate between something real and something imagined.”

 1. See yourself as strong, positive, open-minded person, a good student, and so on.

 2. Identify yourself with a peer group who reflect the qualities, competency and attitudes you want.

 3. Engage with them, spend some time with them. 

Expand your identity..”

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