Self-Identity / 12 posts found

True Self Identity

Perspectives on Self-Identity

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Perspectives on Self-Identity focuses on how you identify your self. Do you have a hidden "true self" or is your self-identity always changing?
Balance on Trolltunga

Perspectives on Self-Confidence

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Perspectives on self-confidence focuses on how you can change your perspective on your own ability to do what you choose to do.
woman running on beach

What Do You Think about Your Self-Esteem?

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
What is the definition of self-esteem? Here are six perspectives on the topic...
Thinking about Brand New Ending

Thinking about Creating Your Brand New Beginning

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
The words of wisdom by Carl Bard describe self-identity in terms of looking toward the ending rather than the beginning. However, these few words are worth challenging...
Courage Conquers Fear

How Courage Conquers Fear

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
What is the life-changing difference between being afraid and having the courage to conquer fear change your self-identity?
Oprah Winfrey Authentic Self

Choosing to Become Your Authentic Self

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Find out how Oprah Winfrey is an example of why choosing to be your authentic self is a powerful tool to get what you truly want in life.
Make Choice to Change Life

How Could Your Freedom to Choose Change Your Life?

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Choice is the freedom to choose between options. How do your choices create the quality and satisfaction of your life?

Sister Kenny Courage Quote

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Sister Kenny says this about courage.
See Self As :Lion or Sheep

Do You See Your Identity As a Lion or As a Sheep?

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Would you rather be a lion or a sheep? Before you answer, consider the self-identity definitions of lions and sheep.
Putting Estranged Self Back Together

Putting Your Estranged Self Back Together

by Kalinda Rose Stevenson
Estrangement is the painful experience of being separated from someone or something that you once loved, including your estranged self...